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I'd've voted for that one.

My first proper play with new camera... took a big step and put it in manual!

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My first proper play with new camera... took a big step and put it in manual!

Just use 'P' for professional.

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My pride and joy 60yrs young today,

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A bit more in keeping - mono

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Edited by Native New Yorker

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My pride and joy 60yrs young today,

Was it broken down again.

:rolleyes::D

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Was it broken down again.

:rolleyes::D

Not at this point but I did get a puncture about 5 miles up the road :(

Was out on a club run Sunday though and managed not to break down :)

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I give in. What is going round

Stars.

You can also spot a couple of planes in the bottom left corner.

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is this a wren?

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Can anyone recommend a lightweight tripod thats fairly stable but less than 1 kg? Want something to take in the hills that wont weigh me down.

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Advice required. I'm looking to buy some UV and polarizing filters and there are some that are about £16 and others at near £80, is it worth buying the expensive ones?

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Advice required. I'm looking to buy some UV and polarizing filters and there are some that are about £16 and others at near £80, is it worth buying the expensive ones?

Depends a bit on what you are photographing.

Polarizer, go for something like a Hoya circular if your just an amateur but keen photographer, reasonable price and good quality.

UV filters are useful if, 1) you have an expensive lens* front end to protect and 2) If you do a lot of landscape type of work.

* if you have an expensive lens you have invested in quality glass and then you stick cheap glass in front?

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