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Chad Treanorprimary shopping questions
by on May 26, 2005 at 12:05:21 pm

Im a videographer that shoots BMX bike riding and I want to shoot digital stills for a slide show at the end of this BMX video im making. I'd also like to be able to shoot sequences. Obviously i'd need a digital camera that can shoot a lot of pictures in a short period of time. Ive been looking at the Pentax *ist DS, the Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT, and the Nikon D100...

I just wanted to know what everyone thought of these cameras and how well they would perform for shooting action sports.

Can i thread on my 52 mm wide angle lens on the front of these photo lenses as attachments? Will the image have vignetted edges? I cant stand the black circle/peep hole look of step down rings.

Can anyone explain how remote flashes work? How do skateboard photographers use 2 and 3 flashes for one camera? How much would a setup like that run? Do you buy one flash and then program the other 2 to synch with the first? or do they all go to one master ?

any help would be appreciated
thanks
chadwik



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