gnob: Im using actually a Canon S5 IS Powershot . Technically it is not a DSLR but has practically more than enough function a DSLR has- Manual mode, Hot shoe for Professional flash, TTL metering . the only drawback is the lens is not interchangeable but the zoom range from 35mm to about 400mm is very helpful in the trail. Nice thing about this camera is the weight and the size. Not a Pro set up but very handy to bring along.
I use a LowePro belt bag. My camera is actually small for this bag since this was designed for a DSLR with a standard lens only.
Way back on my film days , I would bring a backpack with 2 lenses and a flash but the weight was not a joke on long rides.
Last Edit: Mar 25, 2008 23:32:37 GMT 8 by clunker87
anthrax76: i'll just state the facts ha, i'm not bashing. alagaan mo lang yung pivots. inefficient kasi ang URT, if you think about it, active ang suspension kapag nakaupo ka lang. kasi kapag nakatayo ka at tense yung katawan, rider talaga yung shock absorber.
Aug 28, 2020 19:09:33 GMT 8
mackybiker: okay po noted sir, thank you for sharing your thoughts and ideas:)
Sept 2, 2020 16:07:53 GMT 8