Upload & Sell: On
Now to Zim,
Yes, it's a bit of a brick all configured, but you'll find yourself resting it comfortably on your thigh, then lifting it for your captures. It is an amazing addition to the gear roster. Gone are the frustrating moments of culling images and finding the perfect light/angle, whatever, and it's slightly soft so you continue the search. They are all sharp, just pick the ones that have everything else you want. It seems to run cooler than any Kenyon I've used previously, which is interesting what with all the whiiring going on in those capsules. Being a electro...Show more →
I got the (heavy!) Kenyon box at 5pm this afternoon. Immediately spooled it up (which drove our yellow Lab, Lola under the coffee table) and took it in my hands for a test drive around the living room. I *think* I'll be able to pan with it, at least with the lighter 300 f/4 + 1.4x TC. But I won't have a way to attach it to a camera until the B&H box arrives on Friday, kind of frustrating. My weekend plans are to get out in the Remos near sunset and try shooting some stuff as the lights come up, like you did. Then it's coming with me to ISAP next week for a thorough workout.
Is that 'clunk-clunk' noise/vibration it makes when you change directions just something to live with and work around, or is mine possibly a defective unit?
Pardon the lousy iPhone pix...