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Canons' new I.S system?

Spotted at Charleston harbour in Cornwall

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Re: Canons' new I.S system?

I was going to say "is that a ball head" but it's the wrong part of the body ...
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Re: Canons' new I.S system?

I will remember that when I'm out with my e-410 ...
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Re: Canons' new I.S system?

That's novel, a bipod that transports itself!
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Re: Canons' new I.S system?

the latest womanfrotto?
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Re: Canons' new I.S system?

I wonder if she remembered to ask her to hold her breath has she took the photo?
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Re: Canons' new I.S system?

I wonder how good the pan and tilt is.
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Re: Canons' new I.S system?

When I started researching the world of flash photography I remember being taken in by the oft mentioned "voice activated lightstand".

So: Here we have a voice activated tripod. They come in different sizes. The larger ones collapse occasionally.
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Re: Canons' new I.S system?

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I wonder how good the pan and tilt is.
A poke in the ribs should get a pretty smart tilt & if a guy is with his wife, "some tonight?" might give a fast pan (several times left & right).
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Re: Canons' new I.S system?

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When I started researching the world of flash photography I remember being taken in by the oft mentioned "voice activated lightstand".

So: Here we have a voice activated tripod. They come in different sizes. The larger ones collapse occasionally.
Yeah, but think of the running costs.
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Re: Canons' new I.S system?

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Yeah, but think of the running costs.
Not that you need worry Ross - yours is self-supporting
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Re: Canons' new I.S system?

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Spotted at Charleston harbour in Cornwall
A multi-purpose model I believe - when not used as a bipod a good place to rest your beer between swills ...
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Re: Canons' new I.S system?

Personally speaking I think it's head and shoulders above Canon's previous versions.

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Re: Canons' new I.S system?

Just goes to show the old adage is right - Two heads are better than one!
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