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The faster way to change your DSLR Lens

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The faster way to change your DSLR Lens

Post by maxgoh on Fri May 07, 2010 11:58 am

Found this good way to change your lens faster~~


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Re: The faster way to change your DSLR Lens

Post by dr_shivan on Fri May 07, 2010 2:51 pm

Hmmmm why worry.. newer cameras have the dust removal filter.
SSWF - Super Sonic Wave Filter (Olympus)

You will be collecting dust with the exposed end of the lense and mounting it to the body.. what's the diff?

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Re: The faster way to change your DSLR Lens

Post by nick__123 on Fri May 07, 2010 2:57 pm

maybe this technique is for event.... quick swapping make you waste lesser time....

however, this technique is not applicable to heavy weight and big lens such as 70-200...
i don't think i have enough power to change from my UWA to prime also lol!

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Re: The faster way to change your DSLR Lens

Post by simmon on Fri May 07, 2010 5:14 pm

Got to agree with Nick...Angmo loves to do crazy things Laughing

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Re: The faster way to change your DSLR Lens

Post by Eric Ng on Sat May 08, 2010 12:04 am

I've practicing this kind of changing lense technique for a few months. it is very fast & convenience, especially at event... no need to find a table or anyplace to put the lens that been changed out, while putting on another lense...you can take 2 lense in 1 hand. changing ur lens anywhere & with limited space...especially when the place is very pack, eg:concert, this skill will be very usefull...

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Re: The faster way to change your DSLR Lens

Post by CY on Sat May 08, 2010 7:48 am

Eric Ng wrote:I've practicing this kind of changing lense technique for a few months. it is very fast & convenience, especially at event... no need to find a table or anyplace to put the lens that been changed out, while putting on another lense...you can take 2 lense in 1 hand. changing ur lens anywhere & with limited space...especially when the place is very pack, eg:concert, this skill will be very usefull...
I would say only possible when it is either you've a huge hands or kit lens. Imagine the bigger lens would be impossible and risky for that. In the video is all kit lens, so probably possible only huge hands like angmoh + a pair of kit lens (not to mention his setup is light too).

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Re: The faster way to change your DSLR Lens

Post by desmondlau on Mon Sep 06, 2010 6:56 pm

CY wrote:
I would say only possible when it is either you've a huge hands or kit lens. Imagine the bigger lens would be impossible and risky for that. In the video is all kit lens, so probably possible only huge hands like angmoh + a pair of kit lens (not to mention his setup is light too).

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And changing 70-200.... wakakaka... only rich guy can try
or practice it on the bed before you sleep everynight

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Re: The faster way to change your DSLR Lens

Post by S C Goh on Tue Sep 07, 2010 7:53 am

I cannot risk my lens for doing such a dangerous move. DO NOT TRY IF YOU HAVE EXPENSIVE LENS!

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Re: The faster way to change your DSLR Lens

Post by CY on Tue Sep 07, 2010 9:27 am

Hahaha, applicable only to small kit lens~ those bigger pro lens impossible to hold it this way.

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Re: The faster way to change your DSLR Lens

Post by changshong on Tue Sep 07, 2010 11:55 pm

Yap... bigger lens and more expensive lens.. please don't do it like this...

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Re: The faster way to change your DSLR Lens

Post by Eric Ng on Wed Sep 08, 2010 6:00 am

yap, only like me all lens is kit lense only can like this...haha...

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Re: The faster way to change your DSLR Lens

Post by derricklim on Wed Sep 08, 2010 9:41 pm

saw this long ago but never tried. reason was.... dare not to take the risk....

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Re: The faster way to change your DSLR Lens

Post by cKiat on Thu Sep 09, 2010 4:18 am

Never try this b4.. One thing when changing lens must very carefull while twist the lens (especially for the non-metal lens).. 2 of my lens leg just crack, dunno y.. Crying or Very sad

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