Lovely images - well done.
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I am thinking in the £400 to perhaps £500 budget, so it looks like I may be able to get an F4L IS, F2.8L non IS or I have seen Sigma F2.8 with IS for about the same price.
Don't underestimate the usefulness of IS with these focal ranges, so only get the non-IS if you really intend to shoot mostly at high shutter speeds... for Canon f4 vs Sigma f2.8 refer to the usual review sites, mostly Sigma vs. Canon means better or same iq @ lower price vs faster and more precise af.
http://www.the-digital-picture.com/Reviews/ISO-12233-Sample-Crops.aspx?Lens=404&Camera=453&Sample=0&FLI=0&API=0&LensComp=806&CameraComp=453&SampleComp=0&FLIComp=0&APIComp=2What are the chances of getting a poor copy of each individual lens?
Even new there is a small chance, but it's much more likely when buying used - you cannot see humidity damage or decentering from the outside, and the lens has no "usage" counter unlike a camera shutter. The usual advice is to buy lenses only after checking (craiglist and similar) or pose very precise questions to an ebay seller so that you have the option to return the lens if the answers proved wrong. Be sure to check by shooting a a test chart for lack of sharpness and decentering vs. test shots @ the digital picture.
It's said that the eyes are the windows to the soul, sort springs to mind here, Lovely Lovely Image Menace
If you have a 5D MK III, make your own (assuming you have another camera to photograph it with)
If you see a camera you like and the price matches your budget get it.
CT John and surapon...beautiful flower shots.
5DIII 24-104 f4L @ 105 f6.3 1/125 ISO 1600. About 50% of the image was cropped outBrilliant!
I agree, Lovely Image well done.
Not using a Flash to fill, allowing just the light from the welding torch was the making of this shot, good decision, made the shot.
Bald Eagle portraits...hope you enjoy
Awesome. I especially like the first one. Well done.
@Menace: I like the trace and the reflection.
A very nice picture!
My 1st big whiteCongrats - have fun
Sorry guys, I'm going back to the feathered kind of bird. Hope you don't mind
Some "birds on sticks" type photos, I hope to get something more interesting soon. But for now I'm pleased with these.
Small images, but 1 is a 100% crop to show the beauty of the feathers.