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    Posted: 27 December 2007 at 22:24




Camera Accessories


Accessories includes anything a photographer needs apart from Cameras, Lenses, Computer Hardware and Software.



Teleconverters



Teleconverters Guide | Teleconverters Forum

Flashes and Lighting Equipment



Discussion Topics

Low Budget Flashes | Wireless Flash Advice | Flash Diffusers | Home Studios

Studio Setups | DIY diffusers | Flash shoe replacement

Review: Elemental Studio Flash system



Sony/Minolta Hotshoe Flashes

First look at the Sony MT24AM macro flash by wetapunga

Flash Photography Forum | Hot Shoe Add Ons



Note: Sony/Minolta Flash Hotshoe is proprietary. Flashes with generic ISO foot can only be attached with an adapter.
Vertical Grips

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Other Genuine Accessories



Batteries, Focusing Screens, Anglefinders, Lens Hoods, etc.

Buying Replacement Hoods, Caps etc.

Lenses With Official Lens Cases
Third Party Accessories



Optical Filters

Choosing Tripods and Heads

Camera Bags and Their Layouts | Need a Larger Bag

Bag For Trekking With Camera

Indispensible Little Accessories
Do It Yourself Projects



DIY Projects Collection






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Remotes? We had lots of stuff about making your own, customizing and the pros and cons of the ebay ones, as well as wireless remotes...
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How about extension tubes? I can't seem to find any resources on Dyxum, maybe looking at the wrong places?
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@TheStig

Do a search for "extension tubes".

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Where the cards speed are hiding?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Bob J Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 May 2010 at 11:29
Originally posted by momo momo wrote:

Where the cards speed are hiding?


The card speeds info was dropped some while ago - very difficult to get reliable info.

There have been a couple of threads on Individual cards though; see here and here.
 



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Post Options Post Options   Quote Bob J Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 May 2010 at 11:33
...You might also be interested in the Rob Galbraith CF card comparisons for the a900 - these give a reasonable idea of what works fastest on a Sony body.
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Thanks for answer. I am trying to buy a second camera, sony H20. But difficult to find correct info about MS cards speed of sundisk and sony. But seems the manufacturer is the same? Pro duo, pro duo MK2, ultra II, pro duo HG ...
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With fear of sounding stupid I need some help. I have a Sony a200. I need to set it up for strobe lighting in a studio. I have a 3 strobe light kit picked out but I need an inexpensive way to get my camera to fire the strobes off as I can't afford a pocket wizard. I also need a hot shoe adapter.

I do not on any flash unit other than the pop up one on the camera. Can someone tell me exactly what I need in transmitter/receiver?
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Does the 200 have a pc port? If so then you should be gold. What brand/model strobes do you have? If they have flash trigger cells then just run the cable to the strobe closest to the camera and trigger the others from it's flash. If however the a200 has no PC port then get yourself a hotshot adapter that gas one ... Try flash zebra website.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote donnau Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 July 2011 at 18:25
The camera doesn't have a pc port
I am looking at purchasing this set of strobes.
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/665425-REG/SP_Studio_Systems_SPBPORTK_Basic_2_Light_Studio_Portrait.html

I have looked at the hot shoe adapters at flash zebra. There are 3 different ones for Sony cameras. One has a pc port. I guess I would need a cable too? What do I hook the cable to?

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Since Sony cameras now have video, is anything going to be added for microphones?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote BUNS Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 April 2013 at 00:42
Not sure if this is then area to post this but has anyone got any experience with portable hides or screens. I have been shooting at my local private nature reserve for over a year now, I find photographing deer very difficult as soon as they see me they are off. I wear suitable clothing and don't stand out like a sore thumb my camera and lens have a camouflage cover.
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Originally posted by BUNS BUNS wrote:

Not sure if this is then area to post this but has anyone got any experience with portable hides or screens. I have been shooting at my local private nature reserve for over a year now, I find photographing deer very difficult as soon as they see me they are off. I wear suitable clothing and don't stand out like a sore thumb my camera and lens have a camouflage cover.

not shure about your local nature reserve , but around here the best place for shooting deer ( with a camera , not a gun ! ) is Dunham Massey deer park,i found if your wearing clothing that blends in with the background then the deer a very wary of you( a green/kaki blob/shrub moving towards them ).bright clothing that stands out,their use to , and you can get very close.same at Tatton park.
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