Red Bull stuff is always great to shoot. Flug Tag and Crashed Ice were here recently.
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The only thing I would caution is that if you are not comfortable using the Apple file system beware. They have some great archiving features built in but doesnt use the typical windows file system so dont expect to find a image file outside of Aperture unless you have specifically exported the file to another location. It took me a while to trust this but after a huge upgrade meltdown where I had to start from scratch, I was able to restore everything I had easily and didnt lose a single image. I can archive whole libraries to multiple external disks on top of Time Machine. Lots of redundancy! I am sure Lightroom has similar features, I just havent used it.
For the exact reason I am using Lightroom on my MacBook Pro.
The 24 1.4L II is a gret lens. Forget the zooms
Zooms have their place too. For instance the 70-200 2.8II is arguably the best zoom Canon has made so far. Probably rivals some good primes.
So does anyone know who the lucky guy with the 200-400 is? He's not using a pro body (note how he's holding the camera for a vertical shot). 5D Mark III maybe?
Does the EOS M camera have MFA? That would be a big factor for me for using it as a backup.