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on Jul 13, 2017 in Moose's Camera Bag

Getting 2 Know New Lens

Balance point, operational rings, filter, MFD, straight-line-rendition and many other attributes of your new lens need to be ingrained in your photographic toolbox. These and other thoughts are in the video. And here are some of the links mentioned. What Lens Should I buy? In the Bag – 24-70VR Picturing the World through Wide Angle...

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on Jun 20, 2017 in Moose's Camera Bag

Eco ProFessional 2

Dawn di-GPS has just come out with their latest version, the Eco ProFessional 2. The biggest is the addition of a digital compass. What this does is provide you with a Heading, or the direction the camera was pointed when the photo was taken. It also has built-in flash remembering the last GPS coordinates in case you want to apply them to a different photo. For me, this replaces the Eco ProFessional because that Heading every so often would be really useful info. If you’re wondering, yes you can screw in the WR-R10 to the Eco Pro or Eco Pro 2 and it function. Pretty cool! Note: I’ve had reports of the WR-R10 working and not working with this unit. The reason why it does or doesn’t work is not in my wheelhouse as I didn’t design, build or sell them....

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on Jun 14, 2017 in Moose's Camera Bag

Getting to Know Your Best Friend – Your New Camera

It is essential you get to know your best friend, your new camera body! But how do you do that and at the same time, make it an integral part of your photographic arsenal? Well in this video I give you some ideas on just that topic from learning its functions to imputing you first settings. I mention in the video my settings, you can find them here. A CRITICAL thing I didn’t mention in the video (because I stopped reading my list, duh!) is to do the Teddy Bear Exercise to understand the meter, the advice your best friend provides and make the exposure...

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on May 9, 2017 in Moose's Camera Bag

Ruggard Electronic Dry Cabinet

Taking care of our gear is an essential part of being a photographer. The Ruggard Electronic Dry Cabinet (80L shown or 30L). Watch the video to see why I think this is such a great tool. And to watch my cleaning videos, head to sensor...

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