« on: October 20, 2014, 01:49:53 AM »
Must admit that I have GPS turned off in Menu and have no probs with Battery drain,when wanted I just turn it on and off when finished.
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Joining photography forums for me was abou improving my knowledge and interacting with like minded people.
Seems what I didn't realize is the immense amount of negative sentiment that gets pushed on here. The constant, rabid want for suspicion and failure is becoming super stale.
Time to move on maybe. +1
+1I'd love to have a 120mp APS-H that can do 9.5fps...I really wonder why they haven't stuffed that wonder into an actual DSLR and just trounced all the competition.
Its a wonder for Photographers who need much MP.
I want a camera with extremely lowlight performance (like or better than Sony a7s). A 120 MP Sensor hasn't it
Depends on what/how you shoot. If you're at the minimum focus distance (1:1 mag, or higher with the MP-E 65), the FF camera gives you a wider field of view and a (slightly) deeper depth of field. The FF image will also be sharper. The APS-C camera will put more pixels on target. For the same framing, you'll get more working distance and deeper DoF with the APS-C body.+1
For my usual macro shooting (100L and MP-E 65 + MT-24EX as well), I prefer the FF sensor.
Only 2460 focusing points ? If it does not have 2470 points at least it is useless...+1
Photography is a hobby for me to ENJOY. So I weigh my purchases with this question in mind: Will this piece of gear enhance my pleasure from my hobby?6D hardly a 'heavier' camera plus the 100L looks beautiful on a 6D : }
For for example, when I asked myself if I should upgrade from the 550d to the 6d - the answer was NO. For what I do - having a FF heavier camera will not make any substantial contribution to my hobby.
On the other hand I purchased a 100L - and enjoy it immensely.