« on: March 01, 2012, 03:31:12 PM »
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If the price is confirmed to be $3499 then how much will the kit be? Is there more than 1 kit?If they offer the 24-70 MkII as a kit option I would imagine $4999 (at least). If they offer the 24-105 Mk1 then $4299. Both of these are WAG's from me though...
Ooo, I see +- 3 stops of exposure comp on the top veiw shots... would make for really nice bracketing... did the 5d2/7d have it? i know i'm limited to +-2 on my 50...
also: can someone clear up what dual layer sensor is =/
It's all happening!
here is the modified L bracket, the hacked marks are where i used a dremel to make it fitCool - here was my solution for a RRS-L bracket:
this can lock into a capture on my belt to stop the body swinging, the rapid strap remains hooked up all the time
to go to a tripod simply unclip the carabina from the rapid
I'm just a huge fan of Apple's designs, not necessarily their products, and just wish more companies strived to be as innovative as they are, even for the small things such as the neck strap loops on camera bodies.I am currently reading the Steve Jobs book and he was FANATICAL about design.
I'm putting all my chips on the CR3 Rumor that the MKIII will be announced on Fri. Fingers crossed!!!
If Canon reps knew this kind of information, we'd have every detail of every release about 3 minutes after the reps. There are a lot of reps out there, and it's just a law of human nature. You can't tell that many people and keep it this under wraps. He could be lucky or have a good guess, but I can almost guarantee you he doesn't know the details.
I'm in Canada as well, so it sounds like pricing varies quite a bit depending on the region then.
The 24-105 is too much money to do that, I could see the 28-135 or something close to that price range (although I'd be stoked if it was the 24-105).
Not really. You save a good deal by purchasing them together, so $3500 as a kit price could be fairly accurate. With the current Mark II/24-105, you save $500 in my area. We'll find out soon enough.
(although I'd be stoked if it was the 24-105).
The D800 is the first Nikon camera to tempt me in a while... If canon were to do something like this, I would have to indulge temptation this timeInteresting you say this. The D800 has a pop up flash which is very intriguing to me. The pop up flash is nice in those situations when you need a touch of fill and don't have a 580 nearby.
Any ideas on how to tell how many shots my lenses have taken? I think a huge amount of these shots were taken in the first few months on the kit lens, 50 f1.8 and the 50-250mm... But I'd like to know how many I have taken with my 10-22mm, 17-40L and 70-300L
Personally, I think Paul C. Buff lighting is a great value/quality compromise, sort of the Manfrotto of studio lights. The Einstein 640 costs slightly more than a 580EX II, and is powerful and versatile.
As for the battery, I'd get the lithium.