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  1. stevo

    Review by 'stevo' on item 'Neoprene Lens Covers'

    Just bought a set for my my sigma 300mm prime,the covers fit well.The ends are overstitched to prevent fraying.The camo pattern in my opinion is better than others available.
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    Review by 'stevo' on item 'BG-ED3'

    This battery pack provides a vertical shutter release button which is handy for portrait shots,the ability to be able to select autofocus points(vertical)is also good.Where this unit really excells is it takes two batteries doubling battery life as it draws power from both batteries.Also...
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    Review by 'stevo' on item 'Digital slr masterclass by Andy Rouse'

    This book starts with an overview of dlslr`s & goes on to discuss the following issues. 1.The digital advantage. 2.Technical operation. 3.Choosing Raw or Jpeg. 4.Setting up your dslr. 5.Field exposure guide. 6.Managing you dlsr in the field. 7.The digital darkroom. 8.Storing,back-up etc. This...
  4. stevo

    Digital slr masterclass by Andy Rouse

    A guide to usind dlsr`s ,from setting up to managing photos.
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    Review by 'stevo' on item 'Photographing Wild Birds by Chris Gomershall'

    The book starts off with basic equipment & the pros & cons of various lenses,tripods etc.It goes on to give various case studies & the techniques involved & touches on getting your work published.The book ends with the law governing photographing wild birds.All in all not a bad book could do...