Sunday, December 23, 2007

Equipment List Update

Latest acquisition in blue
Olympus E-510 DSLR (2007: S$1,299)
Zuiko 12-60mm f/2.8-4.0 SWD (2007: S$1,337)
Zuiko 50-200mm f/2.8-3.5 (2007:US$829)
Zuiko 50mm f/2 macro (2006:S$729)
Zuiko EC-14 Teleconverter (2006:S$625)
Zuiko EX-25 Extension Tube (2007:S$250)
Olympus FL-36 Flash (2005: S$310)
Olympus RM-UC1 Cable Release (2007:S$79)
TwinMOS 1 GB 70x Compact Flash Card (2006: US$54)
Kingston 2 GB 50X Compact Flash Card (2006:S$66)
2 x Sandisk Extreme III 1 GB Compact Flash Card (2007:S$104)
Feisol CT-3441 Carbon Fibre Tripod with CB-30 Ballhead (2007: US$310)
Mamiya Carbon Fibre Monopod (2007:S$185)
B+W 67mm MRC Circular Polariser (2006: S$118)
B+W 67mm Graduated Neutral Density Filter (2006: US$66)
B+W 67mm 3-stop Neutral Density Filter (2006:US$76)
Manfrotto Table-top Tripod (2006: S$85)
Dry Box (2006: S$48)
Lowepro Fastpack 350 (2007:S$159)
Lowepro Slingshot 200AW bag (2006: US$59)


At 10:16 AM, Blogger kjokkakim said...

Hi I saw another place that you had experience with Kirk BH-3 how is CB-30 compared to that?

At 8:46 PM, Blogger The Bounty Hunter said...

The Kirk BH-3 is definitely a more solid ballhead than the CB-30, I would say the Kirk BH-3 can handle easily lenses that are more than 200mm (maybe even a 400mm), whereas the CB-30 will be comfortable with 200mm. I figured that my gears will not go beyond 200mm, so I settled for the CB-30 which is more than enough for what I will be doing.

At 10:20 PM, Blogger kjokkakim said...


How is the handling between those? How much do you have to turn to lock the head on the Feisol?
Does it creep?

At 8:59 PM, Blogger The Bounty Hunter said...

The BH-3 definitely feels and handles better, but the CB-30 is equally up to task with what I have.

The Feisol doesn't creep, once locked down (need not turn much), it stays in it's place firmly.


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