The only logical thing to do was to balance the performance of the 7D with the IQ of a FF sensor while keeping the same number of MPs...thus, I upgraded to the 1D X. Can you tell I'm a Libra?
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there is one for 770 in my country, but it's with 51800 expo, isnt that much?
Are you saying that the Canon DIGISUPER 75 isn't a camera?
Tried 3 copies of the 100-400L and ended up returning the last one in favor of the 70-200 2.8l is II and 2xiii extender. At 400mm the 100-400 was soft enough wide open that it interfered with AF lock. It also focused slower than the latter with the extender.
I didn't see the point of suffering. I don't believe they were all bad copies but rather a design "flaw"
It's a clear filter, and as Radiating stated, it's part of the optical formula of the lens. It's actually designed to hold a gelatin filter (cut to size), although with digital the need for color correction is moot. I suppose one might want an ND gel in the 600 II to shoot Yosemite Falls from Merced .
So...leave it in, unless you replace it with the drop-in CPL when you want polarization.
you can just get a B+W ND they are nice and cheap in the small sizes and I would think better quality than a gel, no?
The L bracket is a very good idea... It works even better if you can adjust the camera forwards/backwards to get the focal point over the axis of rotation as well, but unless you are dealing with very near objects it will not be noticeable.... I don't think I have seen that on a comercial L plate, I machined my own to be able to do it.
I have a local camera store brand tripod made by Velbon. It is a copy of a "Sherpa" model tripod. B&H has the plate sold under QB-157. Not sure if that helps I can try and send photos. I am not sure if I should wait until I upgrade to A better tripod either ...