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Tacoma Photography??

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by aubi1414, Apr 29, 2013.

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What camera are you using?

  1. Cell Phone

    63.5%
  2. Quick Snap Camera

    11.1%
  3. Professional Camera

    40.5%
  1. 2004TacomaSR5

    2004TacomaSR5 Well-Known Member

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    Hope you had better luck than me, my iPhone 4S sucks worse than a hooker. I hate this thing. Guess the only thing it's really good with is pictures and video haha. But other than that, call clarity and reception sucks, battery life sucks even when I turn all my apps off I am halfway dead by noon when I barely use it. Sometimes end up charging it twice a day.
     
  2. somethinboutayota

    somethinboutayota Dorthy left Kansas for a reason

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    I use my phone, camera got jacked! Thank you ford for your awesome security systems I can always count on you :thumbsup:
     
  3. AWorthyOpponent

    AWorthyOpponent Member Caught Off Road

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    Canon 60D with one of a few lenses...

    Favorite at the moment is the 50mm f/1.8 prime lens...
     
  4. bps

    bps Member

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    I use my Canon 5D Mark III. This pic was taken mid-day with a 24-105L lens, and a Gitzo 3541 tripod with a shutter release and mirror lockup.

    Bryan

    [​IMG]
     
  5. aj hank

    aj hank Well-Known Member

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    Hi/lo HIDs, window tint, keyless entry
    iPhone 5. I don't even have a camera and my phone is always handy for those spur of the moment snap shots
     
  6. aj hank

    aj hank Well-Known Member

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    Damn that's a sharp looking ride! I love that color
     
  7. 709GADE

    709GADE Well-Known Member

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    Nikon D5100 35mm F1.8 Prime

    [​IMG]
     
  8. teneighty

    teneighty I'd rather be skiing...

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    Are those tracks going up the trail from you driving the Taco up it?!!! :cool:
     
  9. 709GADE

    709GADE Well-Known Member

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    A little too steep, especially with the crappy Dunflops I have on ;)
     
  10. DoorDing

    DoorDing Thank you, Nancy Roman

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    No love for Micro Four Thirds? You DSLR guys need to lighten up! Olympus E-PL1 with a few small lenses. Sorry, no Tacoma photos from the bottom of Grand Canyon.

    9-18mm
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    20mm/1.7 prime
    [​IMG]

    I'll have to dig up a few Tacoma photos from Utah. If any of you have some old Leica lenses sitting in a drawer, send them my way.
     
    Last edited: May 23, 2013
  11. nat

    nat Well-Known Member

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    otherwise known as the thrifty nifty fifty

    I have the 50mm 1.4 lens. It is awesome, the bokeh is amazing.
     
  12. nat

    nat Well-Known Member

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    I have been pretty intrigued by the micro 4/3 cameras.
     
  13. DoorDing

    DoorDing Thank you, Nancy Roman

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    There's a lot going on in the mirrorless market. I find the size and weight are a good balance for hiking and image quality. I can pack my E-PL1, 9-18, 20, and 45 in a small bag, with a telephoto strapped to the side if needed.

    MFT electronic viewfinder & C-AF issues are being addressed, and overall image quality is quite good if your eyes can suffer a 16mp photo (my old E-PL1 is a lowly 12mp camera). MFT still has the edge in lenses, but Sony, Nikon, Fuji, Samsung, and others are hard on their heels. I'd like a weather sealed body, but I'll wait until a global shutter and better C-AF is available before upgrading. Tracking AF can be done with MFT, but it's not nearly as good as what a mirror flipper can do.

    It's nice to see all of the good photography on display here. I tire of the fudgy, tilted, cell phone crap. I don't expect excellence when photographing a mud flap, but some minimal effort is appreciated.
     
  14. aubi1414

    aubi1414 [OP] War Eagle!!

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    Lots of amazing awesome pics!!!
     
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