Are you really sure that stuff in the 24-70 where the 4 screws go in is plastic? I dont really think that is true...
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It's amazing how Sony got 35mm sensor in a tiny body. As you can see, olympus om-d e-m5 Vs A7/A7R body size.
I had five 24-70 f/2.8 MkI lenses over many years and they were all dogs.
This is the nature of big aperture prime lenses.
With Canon 50 f1.4, you almost have to step it down to f2.8 to get sharp photos - that would kill the funs buying a f1.4 lens and shoot it at f2.8
I rather shoot with my 24-70 II @ f2.8
But it doesnt make it a ccd sensor camera.
? So how does a CMOS camera compare to a CCD sensor camera in terms of RAW video output?
1.8 + OS = dont think so!!!!
A fast lens with stabilization is the best of both worlds. For one, just because you can shoot wide open doesn't at all mean you want to. A 135 f/1.8 is going to have a razor-thin depth of field. There'd be plenty of times you'd want to stop down to at least f/8 to have all of your subject in focus. If you're in Sunny f/16 light, you can easily get hand-holdable f/8 exposures at 135mm. But with stabilization you could step indoors, keep your aperture at f/8, boost the ISO to 3200, and still have a fast enough shutter for portraiture even if not action. That opens up an awful lot of doors.
the 5Dc is severely hampered in low light situations. the usable ISO caps around 1600 but. the Mrk2 you can push to 3200 or slightly more if absolutely necessary.
i own both and shoot weddings. during ceremonies i try not to use the 5Dc at all...the Mrk2 is just so much better in those situations. in daylight i use both simultaneously. at receptions i favor the Mrk2 but with my flash and room strobe the 5Dc does fine.
at this point in camera evolution i would not waste any money at all on a 5Dc.