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Thread: What's your favorite photography gear? Not camera brand specific!

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    You happen to know which model has the magnetic feet?

    Edit : Hmm, maybe the gorillapod magnetic?? Self spoon feeding FTW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daishi View Post
    You happen to know which model has the magnetic feet?

    Edit : Hmm, maybe the gorillapod magnetic?? Self spoon feeding FTW.
    that would be the one ;)

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    Got mine today for $19.99

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    Grabbing a SLR Zoom and a torch myself. 25% off and free shipping today!

    Actually they are being ordered for me for XMas. Works either way. Been a crappy sale period for photography gear.
    Last edited by Daishi; 11-28-2011 at 07:58 AM.

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    problem is, most phones take such good pictures now that people dont see the point of a seperate camera. I have to say, for point-and-shoot pics, they are right, lol.

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    I'm looking forward to light field cameras emerging over the next decade. Imagine being able to adjust focus after a picture is taken.

    It'll be a while before they are well refined and affordable, but they'll be pretty handy.
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    did some reading on those. pretty darn cool, although I have no idea half the techno-babble they were talking about. $500 for a 16 gig model is not bad though for a new technology.

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    They are super nifty that's for sure. Will love to see how they actually work, although it kinda seems to take the fun out of photography in a way.

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    I wonder if you can change depth of field as well?

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    Given how it records information, I believe you can vary depth of field easily and I assume you could also vary focus/DOF by area within the picture using a post processing tool.
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