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Dutch Passion

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    • thatman
      Come on guys, if you was starting to vape today, with all your experiences, what one would you buy? Would like to give up smoking baccy, but the price of vapes is the only thing holding me back. I used to use a volcano for a while but that was to much messing about.
    • tokenroll
      @InTheSystem go with the 6 inch and use a reducer to suit the carbon filter. Should work out perfect for you. Toke...
    • Owderb
      I use T5's myself   Owd
    • tokenroll
      The higher the mag the more a proper tripod and head is required and these certainly do not come cheap. Do not buy a 60 quid tripod, they are shit and shake like fuck, and would your really trust something so cheap to hold your expensive kit. As for tubes they work great but you loose light with them so will require the iso to be increased to get the depth of field and shutter speeds required for the images. If you have a off camera flash this will let you shoot at base iso and with more depth of field. If setup right and your flash gun is the only light being used to make the exposure using the lowest power setting on the flash, the flash duration will be in the region of 25000 of a second shake becomes a non issue to a point and subject movement will be frozen to perfection. One thing about tubes they work best on lenses that are over 100mm. I use my 120-300mm lens with a full set of tubes that lets me focus closer to the subject and the results can be rather amazing. The kit lens are ok, the cheap sigma 70-300mm used with tubes will give you the best flexability and value for your money.   It's a fantastic hobby that takes time to master no matter how good the camera is, it all boils down to the experience of the person using it. Expense can get mental if you get the bug and cant resist buying more kit (be warned).   Take it easy have fun but be safe. Toke...