« on: January 20, 2015, 04:07:34 AM »
"Photography was invented circa 1725"
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A pleasure to watch.
Thanks for sharing.
I have to ask, what's the point of the mirrorless camera if it used EF lenses? The 6D isn't that much bigger than the A7, and they could probably shave some size off the next one if they wanted to.
With the lenses she already has, I think a newer camera is a better gift. IMHO.
I try to set realistic prices, rather than wishful ones. That's why they usually sell in minutes when I list them on ebay.
Anyone wanting to buy that 50mm f/0.7 IS lens shown on my profile, make me a offer
I'm in Australia, I'm expecting $2500+ AU$ for this lens ... I'm totally ok with that ... check it out .. it's a great lens, even before the reviews I'm sold.
Well it just doesn't make any sense if it is made in japan. Basically they make it in japan, send it to he u.s. and then send it back and it somehow gets $400 cheaper. And if it was 2 weeks ago when the yen was stronger the price difference would have been $800. Seems like Canon USA learned from the market and Canon Japan is just acting the same as always.
I think the optical performance specs will be a significant improvement. What would be the point of a new version if it weren't? Just saying.
My copy of v1 is quite sharp. I doubt the new one will be significantly sharper (perhaps I have a particularly good copy). What it will have is greatly improved IS, lens coatings and (hopefully) weather resistance. The slotted hood for filters is also intriguing. Though I'm not particularly interested in upgrading, I will keep an open mind.
My lens is quite good and others have noticed the fact. I think it's more about techniques and lighting. This is at f6.3 ISO 200 on a 5D III (click on the photo for a larger size)
F-22 Raptor afterburner turn © Keith Breazeal by Keith Breazeal Photography, on Flickr
Wow! Fantastic shot Keith