+1 on kelby training. A lot of good info.
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Thanks for letting me know. Saw the Zack Arias video.... still doesn't convince me to be honest.
Thanks for everyone's input I do appreciate it. I am a hobbyist so yes the 5D will be more than sufficient and the 1Dx does seem to be a bit of overkill. Like Schruminator mentioned previously the ability for faster focus on the 85 1.2 is applealing.Faster still does not mean fast! The 85 1.2 is slow no matter what, if you get a lens like that live view is your best friend
I've been told here and by some close friend to get the 5D and invest in in glass. I can't place my order till after 6:30 at B&H so I have the day to think about it. Thanks again
I see no sharpness loss until over 12800 on my 5d3, must be lens choice and PEBCAK errors.
Does part of the down payment on a new vehicle count as 'fun'? I suppose not, but then, I fund all my gear purchases from 'on the side' consulting work - the day job income (and taxes refunded from that) go toward the important stuff - house, cars, kids' college and retirement funds, etc.