What about Zeiss glass?
Of course, no AF...
Of course, no AF...
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I have since packed up my 24-70 and replaced it with this 35 the 24mm 2.8IS and the 85mm and what a difference, after only a few weddings not carrying the massive 24-70 around it has taken no time at all to adjust and the 35mm spends a lot of time on the camera with the 85 on a second body and the 24 in bag for wider needs.Which 24-70 are you referring to? The original one f/2.8L, or f/2.8L II, or f/4L?
thanks, I did not check exifindeed, very nice detail
what f number did you use? It looks like the DoF is quite big for that distance. Or is it focus stacking?
the exif data should be on the images. The full moth is at f5.6, and the close up is a cropped image at f8. No focus stacking.
I see a lot of awesome photos of hummingbirds and I'm wondering how the members here set their cameras up to take those shots.
We have hummingbird feeders here and I would like to take some shots of my own for my wife. Suggestions?
very interesting, especially
from now on I know where I'll guide my gear recommodation hungry friends
Lots of errors in the specs at Snapsort, and be aware that one of the factors contributing to their 'score' is Popularity (which, as we all know, is a major factor in a camera's performance).
Well it depends what is meant by "better photos" and in which way you can make better ones. Someone interested in wildlife/birding might say 400mm lens would deliver better (more interesting) results for him than 200mm...QuoteI will take better photos once I have that camera/lens
This is a special lie because it is one that photographers tell themselves. The problem is they don’t even know they’re lying to themselves. They imagine that all their creative ruts, their entire lack of imagination and all the laziness will go away on the special day their order arrives.
I'm guilty of the latter. I keep thinking about the next lens, the next lens, the next lens.
I will admit, though - nothing gets me out of the house faster than I new lens that I just bought since I gotta try it out!
How many of us are constantly thinking about our next purchase? Almost all of us?