CLARKcon wrote:My quick 2 cents--I was a photo developer at a 1-Hour drop off way back (developed everything: APS, 35mm rolls, enlargements, etc.). Besides minute quality differences/zoom capabilities, the cheap film disposables captured the same as high-end professional SLR's (just sayin . !
I'd be hesitant to bring my prized electronic possessions in the case of having them lost to the hostile sand/wind environment (unless I was willing to give it a Viking funeral,ha !) Our camp photographer brings out a plethera of lens/battery packs (takes upwards of 600-800 shots throughout the week). She also doesn't mind/is willing to get new lenses that get scratched & replacement camera body/shell that needs to get repaired from being dust bogged...
mudpuppy000 wrote:I think I might bring my DSLR out this year, but only for night/tripod shots. There seems to be alot less dust blowing at night too, or at least none that I can see.
theCryptofishist wrote:mudpuppy000 wrote:I think I might bring my DSLR out this year, but only for night/tripod shots. There seems to be alot less dust blowing at night too, or at least none that I can see.
Night shots on cameras with built in flashes aer notorious for the "snow" that shows up.
hollywallydoodle wrote:i used my shoe or bike seat as a tripod at night.
i actually love shooting with a p&s because of the portability (as long as it has manual settings), but people tend to laugh when i show up for jobs with it.
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