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I like the front page but the idea is almost the same as tumblr's dashboard. I dont get how are they going to differentiate the 2 products
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Well its "new" alright.However, DXO has tested the raw output of the T5i which has the same sensor as the SL1,Wrong. As far as I read the news, the sensor of the SL1/100D is "new", the sensor of the T5i/700D is the one used already in the T4i/650D.
Give a cheap violin to a violin master and they will still make beautiful sounds with it. Give a Stradivarious to a begginer and the reverse will happen. It's not the camera but the photographer's skill and talent...
I see so many invested photographers these days with all the pro kit and not a clue how to use it.
You can extend the possibilities of your XTi for free, using this firmware add-on:
I'm using this on my 400D and it works great. Give your camera an extended lease of life (and use it as a back-up)
Look, there are probably two (maybe three) people on the planet who have actually exceeded the capabilities of the equipment they already own.
1) It does not matter who you are or who you think you are, you are not even a fraction as capable as the camera you already hold in your hand..
2) Spend your money on the only piece/s of equipment that will ever improve your photography - lenses.. If you have anything left over and just have to spend it on something, take a class or attend a symposium to learn how to be a better photographer.
Newcomer here... former 25 year Nikonite. Do all followers feel that this source is a legit one? I've been following the whole 7DMKII ambiguity since September of 2012. I have now been without a body since January anticipating the arrival...
Is the general belief that there will be no 7DMKII until 2014 and should I just get off the pot and get a 7D until such time?
The Sigma 35/1.4 is optically a little bit better than the Canon. However, resale values on Canon L lenses are generally higher than 3rd party lenses (and if/when Canon releases a 35L II, its much higher price will likely drive UP used 35L prices, meaning you'll likely be able to sell a used 35L for more than you paid).True about the resale value although I highly doubt that will be the case with the 35L, not with the sigma (and the fanbase it builds) around. There are people who would buy a canon lens just cause its canon but i doubt they'll be enough to stop the resale value from tumbling down even with a new lens announced.
It does. Use a lens at 1m, then at infinity - it is a different lens really. I have noticed this with my 17-55 - much better at 2-3m than at infinity.
Many people test lenses at close distances and make far reaching conclusions; and this is wrong.