Wow, lounge access and a new camera... Life is good! (Beautiful shots, BTW.)
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Just wondering if anyone here has any experience photographing auroras?If you're in Calgary, you're going to be an hour late... 01:25 EST is 23:25 MST.
Nasa states the solar flares should reach earth around 01:25EST or where I am 00:25 MST (Calgary). I am hoping to go and get some good shots if anyone knows of a good place?
"2nd March 2012; 3pm to 6pm" - so that's 8am to 11am tomorrow, here in the UK and 3am to 6am if you're on the East Coast of the USA. I can see some North Americans getting up early tomorrow!
Haha... you guys are such good neighbours that we'll even throw in some portraits of Queen E to put on those colourful new notes...Surely a country as rich as the USA can afford colour printing? The US dollar looks like a third world currency!
We're working on it. It's my understanding that there's a complicated plan, developed by a large team of highly-paid government officials, to fund the redesign of US currency by developing a method to monetize the savings in typing time and costs associated with both printing and electronic data transmission of not using all those extra letters you folks use in words like color...and traveler.
Please post info on those treats. I have great cat treats but I'm curious on what you are using for the doggies.Most dogs are garbage cans, so almost anything works- bits of hotdog weiner, Snausages, those "bacon" things, but my dogs go mental over a kind of "peanut" treat sold only at Walmart. The only treat I've never had success with are those milkbones- for some reason they're hit-and-miss. But, like people- dogs all have different preferences, so 2 or 3 different types would guarantee that you had something for everyone.
Everyone went silent after the pics leaked yesterday, so no one is answering my emails.
Poster Palseb on page 27 of this very thread: http://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php/topic,3549.msg75606.html#msg75606QuotePeople are speculating that $3500 is with kit lens. Users from other forums seem to have evidence.
I'm not sure I've seen any posts about a kit lens, and not sure what lens they would throw in that has enough value to raise to a $3500 price tag. You're not going to put a junk lens in with what has the potential to be a new standard body for many photographers.. That's like the old "putting $29 speakers on a $2000 receiver" analogy. There may be some combo deals out there, or if the price tag with a kit kens is $3500 and its a decent lens, maybe the body is back down in the more reasonable range.
The rumor I saw was $3800 Canadian with kit lens. I don't have the link. Some of the forums have no msg body search and I don't want to spend an hour tracking it down. I spent 5 minutes and couldn't find it again quickly.
Canadian Canon Vendors had a meeting today (Feb 23). The new 5D will be available in stores at the end of March 2012 in Canada at $3,800 with a lense (do not know which one).
As always, quality is expensive.
I have had a few cheap ones, but had serious problems with vignetting. Probably because they are significantly thicker then the slim versions from B&W and HOYA that I use.
On the 16-35 L the difference is just shocking. I don't know why the thickness of the glass has such an impact.
Hope this helps
The cheap polarizing filters are a great value. It's like getting two filters in one - not only do you get a polarizing effect, you also get a great soft focus effect that reduces the sharpness of your image and provides a soft glow around your subject, and you get that soft focus effect for no extra charge!!Right on! ... sort of a Hypstamatic or Instagram effect for DSLRs!
Your landscape seems noisy with full of CA