View Poll Results: Who will be the 3dbuzz wildlife master photographer?

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  • Ilera

    4 16.00%
  • Mr3d_PHD

    5 20.00%
  • Allegro

    11 44.00%
  • Ray()

    2 8.00%
  • Anzahl

    3 12.00%
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  1. #11
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    Oh man! I envy you!! That's a beautiful camera!!! You should totally get a 500mm lens. My dad has one for his D200, and it's rediculous on his 1.5 crop. If you stand at the right distance from any person, you can actually zoom into their eternal soul.
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    Man this is a tough one! I'm torn between Mr3d's and Allegros.. Need to sleep on it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allegro View Post
    Just bought a 10-22mm lens this week too. I've been on my 50mm prime so much that wide angle is very disorienting to try and get used to!
    I want to practice only using my 50mm f1.8. I just haven't had time lately
    Out of curiosity, is that the Sigma 10-20mm? I think my next lens will either be that, or a Tonkin 17-50mm f2.8 to replace the Canon kit lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr3d_PHD View Post
    Oh man! I envy you!! That's a beautiful camera!!! You should totally get a 500mm lens. My dad has one for his D200, and it's rediculous on his 1.5 crop. If you stand at the right distance from any person, you can actually zoom into their eternal soul.
    500mm?! er... I think I'll pass on that one for a little while

    Although, I was considering getting a good 1200mm.

    Quote Originally Posted by mr_charisma View Post
    I want to practice only using my 50mm f1.8. I just haven't had time lately
    Out of curiosity, is that the Sigma 10-20mm? I think my next lens will either be that, or a Tonkin 17-50mm f2.8 to replace the Canon kit lens.
    The 50mm 1.8 II is practically all I've been using since I bought my camera. I have a tamron that is kind of bad... but it has a macro attachment which works pretty good. The only other time I'll use it is when I'm doing video since sometimes you just need something that isn't 50mm.

    The 10-22 I just bought is the Canon EF-S 10-22mm 3.5-4.5. It's apparently pretty comparable to the Sigma... but I felt like the Canon handled distortion just a little bit better.

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    I went for Ilera, simply because of the cute cuddly furry character factor it has. ( Though cuddling one of those might not be the wisest of things to do lol). It stood out also because it wasn't a bird.
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    I think the voting has ended. Serves me right for not putting the closing date in my thread

    And the winner is Allegro!
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  7. #17
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    Crazy!
    Well, I think that since people seem to like the actiony nature of this shot the next contest should be about action.


    Anything goes, but there subject matter must be moving. The more dynamic, the better!

  8. #18
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    Cause the poll still did not close I voted for Mr3d_Phd.
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    Five way tie.

  10. #20
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    Congrats Allegro!

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