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Portable Sun Shades

portable sun shades
    sun shades
  • can also refer to the sun-shading eyepiece-type, although the term is not exclusive to these. Also in use is the derivative abbreviation, shades.
  • A space sunshade or sunshield can be described as analogous to a parasol that s or otherwise reduces some of a star's rays, preventing them from hitting a planet and thereby reducing its insolation, which results in less heating of the planet.
  • of a motor designed to be attached to the outside of a boat's hull; "a portable outboard motor"
  • A version of something, such as a small lightweight television or computer, that can be easily carried
  • A small transportable building used as a classroom
  • a small light typewriter; usually with a case in which it can be carried
  • easily or conveniently transported; "a portable television set"

My Bird Catcher
My Bird Catcher
NOTE to the "Canon 400mm 5.6 L" Group this wasn't taken with the 400 5.6, but it does provide some good information and a shot of the 400/5.6. My backyard....of course. (Edit) NOTE: Before you read this. Remember this isn't the only way to get a good picture...just the way I'm doing it. Fortunately there are many types and brands of cameras that can best suit the individual and his/her own needs. The skill of the photographer and a good eye is a VERY important part of the process. I see absolutely fantastic photos coming from all sorts of equipment...here on Flickr. Canon 300D camera, Canon 400mm 5.6L lense, Bogen/Manfrotto 3021 tripod, Bogen/Manfrotto 488RC2 ball head..........EDIT: Since this photo was taken, I have upgraded to a Canon 30D camera. Before, I used an inexpensive Tamron 75-300mm Lense on the same camera with the Bogen ultra light digital tripod. Pictures before 01/04/06, (300mm) were taken with the Tamron 70-300mm. Later photos were taken with the Canon 400mm After about one month's use of the new setup here is what I have found. 1. The quality of bird photos taken with this lense are a quantum leap over the inexpensive Tamron. 2. I can use the 400mm lense right down to the minimum conditions (f/5.6, 1/100 sec) and still get a usable image at a severe crop (usable for Flickr or a small snap shot). 3. I need a good stable tripod with the ability to quickly move/set the camera...the reason for the Bogen ball head. 4. This tripod is relatively heavy and wouldn't be good for hiking/walking about, depending on your statue/brawn and fortitude. 5. Edit: This lense isn't a good candidate for the 1.4x extender, because it loses autofocus. What I originally said ((((I sometimes wish I had more focal length. I may get the 1.4x extender, but that will reduce the lense speed to f/8, which won't work in my backyard, but would be good out in the bright sun.)))) 6. Faster, long focal length lenses are not in a practical financial range....4 to 6 times as expensive as this lense. 7. March 4, 2008 Update: If you want a more portable/handheld solution, I recommend that you try the Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L IS. Since this lens has image stabilization it will allow better hand held shooting...at least in brighter light. and gives more flexibility in focal length. It is reported to be a very sharp lens rated at Fred Miranda's site nearly as high as the 400mm f/5.6 L. Of course it costs more by about $400 USD. i.e. $1,229 vs $1589 at B&H. (price Dec 2009) F_IMG_0992, 7 May 06
Radical Board
Radical Board
Skim boards now widely available in the country comes in all sorts of radical, colorful, and creative designs, costs just about 75$... Strobist Info: One Canon 430ex 45deg left side/high at 3/4 power, shot through portable Magic Softbox, through Cactus type wireless trigger.

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