This isn't a rumor, right?
I do not know. I never give forums my correct date of birth for security reasons, so maybe sanj has some inside info or it is her "forum's profile" birthday!
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The issue has always been size and weight and it being usable over long periods of time for event photographers.
I use a 70-200/2.8, as do many event photographers. As long as it's on par with or smaller than that, why would this be an issue?
Some of my fave shots from the Quidditch World Cup VII in North Myrtle Beach, SC two weekends ago.
@expat, I'd love to know which model you got.
The Chinese brands are inexpensive, and look good on paper, but when one needs a part in a few years, try to find parts for it. Under good conditions, they are fine, but outdoors in hot, wet, or cold weather, they turn out to not be so reliable.
Another missed opportunity.....
Walking back from the restaurant at Selborne Country Club South of Durban and came across this little fella! I thought at first that it was a Boomslang but now I think it is a young Green Mamba. Either way, a 24-105 was not enough glass so I ran back to the room to get a 400 but it had gone. I wasn't going hunting for it!
you should look at Custom White Balance setting, or, shooting in Kelvin, I use all, including AWB, but will generally shoot either with a custom white balance or in Kelvin. Have a look at these three sites to get some idea.
Really, really important!!! I was regularly texting or emailing photos to my extended family back in Canada each day. They became part of the experience in a good way. It was seamless and instantaneous with the camera/phone integration.
We'll be staying in aonangphupetra resort. Thanks for your suggestions. I'll post some photos once I'm back. We're going there this May 1-4. We're excited already.