A B&H Gift Card
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A B&H Gift Card
I browse this website quite often since 2012. I have never seen so many negative comments about Canon these days in comparison with before.
Does Canon really not satisfying its customers lately or is it that there are new members in the forum who like to put down Canon in comparison with other companies?
it's possible - the 7DII sensor scaled up would be 51.2Mp - close enough to 50Mp to call it spades.
NEC Spectraview series.
Sold my PA271 and looking to upgrade to the PA322 - this is a 4K monitor, with SpectraView calibration, available any day now.
I recommend a look at Lloyd Chambers "Mac Performance Guide" regarding the new iMac.
He is reviewing 4K monitors, should have the LG up for review soon.
Lastly, here is a interesting article regarding true monitor calibration:
I was going to get one of the 82mm UV filters when I remembered that I have almost 2 dozen B+W filters tucked away and never used. UV, ND, Pol, I just don't use filters. so, I forced myself to resist adding another one.
Spec sheets make for good marketing materials, but the proof is in the pudding of shooting through the filter. Color cast and consistency of the NDs? Flare resistance? Build quality (it's more than just materials)? Thread quality, resistance to cross-threading and thread wear/damage? Resistance to polarizer delamination and other environmental damage?
I'm intrigued and I'm not saying that these filters necessarily lack in those respects. But those qualities haven't been proven either. That only comes with direct comparisons of performance against competitors and experience over time.
Sweet! Looks like the length might be similar to the 70-200/4.I think performance is a gimme, the price is what will dictate when I'd upgrade from the 70-300L (unless I can convince myself that both lenses can live together )
I bought the 70-300L mainly for it's compact size for travel (chose it over the 70-200/4 IS for the shorter length, more a concern to me than weight). I could see having both the 70-300L and 100-400L II in a kit. Perhaps not mine (I already sold my 100-400, wasn't really using it after getting the 600 II).
If this new 100-400 takes TCs and only a minimal IQ hit from the 1.4x (similar to the 70-200 II), I'd consider getting it as a more portable birding lens (size precludes the 150-600 3rd party zooms for me, that big I'll just take the 600 II).