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    how long is your lens then chris?
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    I know it's not Disney, but in Ocean Park in Hong Kong they had a photopass style thing and they where more than happy to take photos using my camera I think if they saw you going in with Lisa and the boys they're likely to make an acception as clearly you are a tourist but they probably just go off the 'vibe' they get off people.
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    So..........

    Size does matter at WDW?! :tongue:




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    *snicker* :tongue:

    I can't imagine Disney would confiscate camera equipment. If you were not allowed in with the items you have, then you'd have to return to the hotel to store them. I believe any locker is beyond the gates and out of your reach, so they'd not be an option.

    Now, having said that if you try to enter with a weapon (there was that much talked about incident with the person and the handgun ) not only will they detain you, and said weapon, but call the "real" police and you'll be carted away.

    I see some pretty impressive cameras in WDW, and some full size tripods, but again it's random and as with anything Disney totally dependent upon with whom you speak.

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    Im going to try it this time I've decided I may not stick with the plan but I'm at least going to try and get a few proper tripod shots
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    You should be able to get some cracking fireworks shots

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    I'm really going to try for some HDR shots this time I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by chipndale, post: 204389
    I'm really going to try for some HDR shots this time I think
    hmmmmm so tempting but that really would need a tripod and a few minutes
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    HDR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 204396
    HDR?
    High Dynamic Range. See here.

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