I'd consider a B+W Nano XS-Pro mount (thin, but with front threads).
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Love the histogram of usage lengths. I would like to make one of these for my shots. How did you obtain the data? Is there an easy way to obtain it so I don't have to do it manually? Thanks for any advice.
where is canon´s 14-24mm?
where is canon´s 200-400mm?
this argumentation is sure not a one way street.
and what about the NIKON AF D 135/2,0 DC ?
works well on nikon fullframe cameras.
Neuro...I think this lens is well worth for you to give it a try. I have a feeling you going to sell your 24-105
Here's another question, if you use the default AE lock (i.e. * button), is there any way to disable it without turning the camera off and the back on? Maybe I'm being stupid, but I've never found a way! (Personally, I generally use back button AF, with AF disabled on the shutter button and AE lock on half press).
"Watercolors"Lovely shot neuro! Absolutely wonderful. Is this some place you go to often or did you stumble upon it?
EOS 1D X, EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM, 1/100 s, f/5.6, ISO 200
What's Ferrari's name for the color of the first car? Perhaps "Mustard-fed stallion droppings"? Probably not terribly poopular...
I suspect Ferrari has a nasty name for it, since that is a Lamborghini...
The answer is yes
I am just a hobbyist and taking photos for my family and friends. Canon might think high-end DSLR bodies are for only professional who will not care pay premium for their gears. Guess what 3 of my colleagues in this office has FF cameras. One of our colleagues is moving to FF body. Unfortunately, he is switch to Nikon. If Canon doesn't care about this market, it will loss many business from people like us.