On the 6D you would do - (towards the camera).
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I know, I'm off on one again... People are fascinating though, aren't they?
I believe the market forecast for this year is for 4K TVs to outsell 2K TVs..... At my local best buy, the 4K section is now bigger than the 2K section. There is still not very much content, but people are buying them.....My only point was Canon needs SOMETHING with competitive 4k that isn't $10,000.
Why? Canon was the first to make a 4K dSLR, so clearly they have the technology. The fact that they haven't brought 4K down the lineup indicates they haven't seen it as a need so far. I suspect Canon knows more about their business than you do.
Yes they have it. That's the point. The last FF bodies released were 2013. 4k was widely a non-issue at that time. 2015 is a new day and quite the opposite is the case now. Point was that these NEW bodies should have it for this round for the next 2-3 year life cycle
Giventhe current market penetration of 4K TVs (or lack thereof), I suspect it's still widely a non-issue.
I'd hesitate to drop this kind of coin on this focal length - I find the 15mm is often not wide enough. At a similar price point, the rumored 11-24/4 I could justify.
Ok that's my only excuse, in reality, I'm drooling over this lens.
That's interesting, because I have a 14mm lens and I can't imagine wanting a wider focal length than that. I have a 12mm crop sensor lens (about 19mm equiv), and it is actually a very nice landscape focal length. Composition would become really difficult at 11mm, and you would literally have to watch out for your feet getting into all your photos.
For architecture 14mm often falls short. This image is with the 14mm 2.8 II, leaving out part of the house on left, glass railing and beach cabana plus environment on right. 11mm may be a bit extreme, but a rectilinear 12mm would have captured everything I wanted. It sounds like we're splitting hairs over a mm or two, but at those widths 1mm makes a difference between getting an architectural feature in the shot or cropping it out. Also, it's not always a case of having your back up against a wall, but using focal width to push features apart, opening ceiling/floor details etc.
Encountered a herd of 150+ elk in RMNP. 6D / Tamron 150-600
Beautiful shots! That last one too, especially.
Any Mac users out there who have successfully run Reikan FoCal on a Mac?
I have to say I was fortunate. The longer lenses used on the 60D have been fine.
The MOST important factor for Canon to gain ground in mirrorless world is EF adapter to mirrorless. If they can come up with adapter with decent AF speed, better than current ones on the market, I think that will give Sony, Fuji etc... good run.
Enlighten me on why they need an (EF adaptor to mirrorless) "adaptor to mirrorless with decent AF speed"?
In what way does the current EF-EOS M Mount Adaptor affect "AF speed"? And how would you improve it?
Or are you talking about some other adaptor?
Thanks, all! The '5-in-1' reflectors suggested by neuro and famateur look good.
Chauncey: I actually do pick wildflowers locally and shoot them in my garage. But I have in mind rare species found at the end of long hikes. Picking them would make me less popular than those who chill or freeze insects to get nice macro shots.