Hello. My suggestion is to go for it, since you’ve already though about it in the first place. Better it, than getting an entry-level one, only to upgrade later on. Nothing against the entry-levels, and in fact I began with an entry-level too, but nowadays, there really isn’t much distinction between entry-levels and semi-pros, unlike a few years back.
Like this 60d. The 600d or the 650d is essentially just a smaller 60d, literally.
This is so awesome! I just turned 19 and bought a nikon d3100 for myself as a bday present and own a 72 Monte Carlo ill will deff be taking pictures like this when I get back home as I am off in college in CO and live in VA! Thanks alot for this tip!
Ps. there is a suction cup tripod on amazon guys!
Hi – it is a small Nikon one with soft rubber feet so it won’t scratch the paint or slip. I think it was a promotional item which I picked up in a second hand shop. Any small tripod will do provided it has the feet and is sturdy so it won’t vibrate when you push the car.
Hi – can’t give you a technical answer, but having used both I find the Lee filters capture more detail and have smoother tones than the Cokins. They are tougher too so they don’t scratch as easily. Hope this helps…