« on: September 12, 2012, 04:59:54 PM »
I can't imagine any big changes. My trifecta is Canon, Sony then Nikon. Nikon will still sell a lot of dslrs, but just won't be able to keep up with Sony's overall camera sales.
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It's the sensor. Could you buy 25,600 speed film back in 1988 and shoot low-light football at 1/2000s at night? Of course not. They didn't do it that way. DSLR's, namely the 1D X, is truly revolutionary.
.....So what you pay for then is build quality, FPS, and metering etc.
If I had that lens I could stay between the football stadium and soccer field and shoot both games from the same location
Go small F number meaning large apertures. I shoot F16 when i want to make the sun starburst thru the trees which is the opposite of what you want. Also i believe the number of star points is related to how many aperture blades are in the lens as well.
first one is a 5d with 35L second a 5d and 15mm Fisheye.