Milos, Nikon, Six Hundred Ten Pound discussed on B&H Photography Podcast


That there introducing these new modes it's taken care of that worry a lot juicer mix joint put it into the right yeah you then have to turn that anya i i think i think but we had discussed there's there's enough play an enough wind and movement that even when the trive your your big lenses on a tripod it's still not always solid because if most people don't shoot with the proper level support that they need so if you're shooting the skinny leg tripod and you have a six hundred ten pound nikon lens on it um it's never going to be it's never going to be solidly stable what about uh tripod materials net his theory three or four do kind of materials use you've got aluminum you have coopted fiber basalt and would is there in optimum platform material to use support material for super chela photos because they know that uh by carbon fibres great because it's very light bid it all also oscillates in the wind and i know that would is probably the most stable when it comes to absorbing vibration so do you have any experience with that influence on milos go carbonfiber soda i if i if i was a landscape photographer knows shooting with a a puny fourteen millimeter twenty milwood mere lens may be oh it try some what um i i think the carbon fibres great so i don't see any disadvantages athlete carrying these lenses around a nickname yeah freight sowed some you know kind of back to technique um you really have to concentrate and.

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