Somebody make some popcorn...batteries. I have 4 genuine Canon LP-E6s and 4 or 5 generics. With the exception of one clone prematurely wearing out, I am unable to see a difference in performance that would in any way justify the price difference.
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Markins generally is thought of as not playing well with other gear.
I have the Markins Q3 on Gitzo monopod and the Q10 on Gitzo tripod. 7D with RRS L-Plate and 2 lens with collars and RRS lens plates and never had an issue with compatibility.
I wonder if this means they're still on track for a September release. Although sooner would be cool, I don't think it being out of stock at Amazon means that it will be released any sooner. It might be construed as further evidence that the September release rumours are accurate though.
Refurbished 5D mark iii is out of stock the most of the time. At least I couldn't catch one in stock.
Looking at canonpricewatch.com how do I know if camera has full USA warranty?
Which tripod are you referring to? I've seen lots of feedback from Amazon users complaining that heads will not fit on their tripod which has a 1/4 inch screw and was not intended to have a head attached to it.
You will need tripod legs, not a complete tripod that a camera mounts on if you want to install your own head.
I apologize if you already know this, but if not, you might be disappointed.
BTW, having a head that causes a expensive 70-200mm lens to flop over because it doesn't lock or hold its position might become a very expensive one if your lens flops down and takes camera with it onto the pavement.
The two that I have need to be tightened with a wrench to keep them locked in place.
thanks i know it's not that good but that what i have , so these heads will work on this tripod will they fit right
Rotating zoom ring
You'd prefer one that wouldn't rotate?
Despite the controversy, I rather like my push pull 100-400. Never had a dust problem... I would welcome faster AF. That's the only downside I have experienced with mine. I would be (pleasantly) surprised if the price is $2400.
For anyone who missed the last fire sale on this nifty little gem, you get a second chance. 6th Ave on ebay are also selling the EF-M 22 f/2 STM for $108. $360 for this (almost) pocketable kit is an outstanding offer.
M + EF-M 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 IS STM:
EF-M 22 f/2 STM:
Does anyone have any experience in dealing with this firm?
I'm thinking of getting this deal and would appreciate any feedback you may have.
Thanks, y'all! The 15-85 wasn't even on my list, but it looks promising and is well within my budget.
I think I'll end up renting the 15-85, 10-22 and the 24-105 for a weekend so I can play with all three and see what I end up liking best. I'm leaning more toward the 15-85 and the 10-22 now since they're made specifically for a crop sensor and are much less expensive.
The IS will be nice for anyone using this lens without a tripod and the video crowd will dig it, and it's the only Canon UWA zoom that's ready for a higher resolution camera. It's reasonably priced. What's not to love?
What's not to love?
The price of course! It should be cheaper by $200 - $300
Will the street price drop over time? Hard to say but for a lens that is reviewing so well, why would anyone feel the need to drop the price? People want it already at the current price!
Yet another one. This is a side by side video review of stills taken with the new 16-35 compared against the Tokina 16-28 F/2.8: