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Dec 14

Snapshots: Minichamps Mercedes GP W01

Friend of mine gave me this awesome Michael Schumacher Minichamps model for my birthday recently! Woo! Shots were done with the SB-600 fired wirelessly. The model itself was placed on a glass table with a black backdrop.

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Nov 12

Snapshots: Manfrotto 190X ProB tripod with 488RC2 ballhead

There I was sitting in the room fiddling with my Nikon D7000 and SB600 flash itching to snap something. Question  was, “What do I snap?” A friend of mine had just returned my Manfrotto 190X ProB tripod and it was just sitting there staring at me (if a tripod could stare). I decided to do …

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Mar 22

First day with the Tokina 11-16mm ƒ/2.8 and review round-up

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Find out what my first impressions are of the Tokina 11-16mm ƒ/2.8 lens.

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Mar 19

First impressions: Tokina AT-X 116 Pro DX 11-16mm F/2.8 ultra wide angle lens

300% crop, notice the blue / yellow chromatic aberration

I’ve been itching for a new lens for a while now, but deciding on what to buy on a limited budget is always tough. In the end, I narrowed down the choices to an ultra wide or a 70-200mm zoom. On the ultra wide end, there are many options from Nikon, Sigma, Tamron and Tokina. …

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Mar 01

Maha low-discharge batteries

I just got my second set of Maha PowerEx Imedion batteries! I’ve been using rechargeable batteries ever since I got my first remote controlled car. Back then, the batteries were NiCd (nickel-cadmium), took 6-10 hours to fully charge, lasted about an hour (non-stop use) and probably didn’t even hit 1000mAh. These days, NiCd has mostly …

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