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  1. CactusD

    Review by 'CactusD' on item 'D3S'

    Surprised there isn't a review of this on here yet, so I'll post my comments . In short, this is probably the most capable camera body I'll ever own. With full-frame sensor, it's an update to the already outstanding D3, but with the addition of a new sensor with even better noise control, movie...
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    Review by 'CactusD' on item 'Neoprene lens cover'

    Yep, very good. I've got these for my Nikon 600VR and they do the job. I leave mine on all the time. Mine is 'advantage wetland' pattern, but there's a good range of colour options. As said above, they're cheaper than the equivalent lenscoat (though I do have a lenscoat hood cover that fits...
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    Review by 'CactusD' on item 'WH-200 Wimberley MKII'

    I've just bought this well-known product as an upgrade for my Manfrotto 393 to go with a Nikon 600mm. Having set it up out of the box, it is very impressive indeed. I have three specific remarks, to compare both heads, and some final comments: 1. To second Andy's comments, the gimbal has both...
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    Review by 'CactusD' on item 'D300'

    Finally unleashed on 600VR; even with Tamron 200-500 excellent for bird shots, provided you push the ISO for fast shutter speeds (which you can do, of course). You get what you pay for, as usual with all things optical.
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