Just did the test, 3 of my 4 springs failed on the slide...not too happy, but glad I found out before I put them on my cameras, unlike the unlucky people that actually had their cameras drop. I hope PD is paying for any repairs necessary.
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Very nice, bet the models love those sparks dropping on them!
Thanks for sharing.
When Instagram first came out, I thought it was pretty lame and was just a way for mobile photographers to add filters to make their lousy photos look better. A while back, I signed up and was surprised to see National Geo and others posting real (i.e. not mobile) photos. After realizing that you can upload your own photos, I began doing so and just uploaded my 99th photo today. I don't like the square format - I don't like 4:3, either, I'm definitely a 3:2 or wider guy, but I'm having fun with it. I like seeing others photos and sharing my work with people from around the world.
Thanks. Did you also see the Horseshoe Bend? Which is the closest airport?
The color tone seems to vary quite a bit in the photos I've seen for this place. I've never been there so I don't know what it looks like in real world. Is it because of the time when the photos were taken or due to post processing techniques?
Do we have to apply for permits? If yes, how far ahead of time? I guess you are kind of rushed due to the summer rush and limited time to view these?
If one were to plan both upper and lower canyons, how much time does one require at the minimum? What does the Photography tour offer that others don't?
Thanks again for these awesome images.
You can drive yourself to Lower and pay the entrance fee on site, but you cannot drive to Upper. For Upper you need to make a reservation with the Navajo affiliated tour companies. I used Overland Canyon and was pleased with them.
Haha, awesome surapon! The arch doesn't look nearly as treacherous during the day as it did during the middle of the night. You should try going back again with fewer cameras at night though, the stars are amazing out there!
16-35 f/4 IS makes it the year of the lens!
Fair, but it does confirm that the 7D replacement is coming in September...something that had only been CR2 until this point. And as we've learned with CR2's in the past, that could mean something is years away.
At least now we know when the forums will be flooded with people complaining
We’re told the top plate has a noticeably bigger bump around the viewfinder than the current EOS 7D.A hybrid viewfinder perhaps? Or maybe the return of eye controlled autofocus?
I was thinking the same.
might make more sense to focus on landscape who would probably prefer wider than 16mm and wouldn't care about front element size/shape.