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You asked which I would prefer, and that's easy: the 200-400. Why? Because I'm technically incapable of using sneaker zoom (aka primes).
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One definition of insanity is doing the same thing again and again and expecting a different outcome.
this part's my favorite though:Quotethe Canon 1Dx has a tendency to produce inaccurately focused images should the lock-on be wrongly positioned.
so what you're telling me is, if the operator focuses incorrectly, due to focussing on the wrong focus point, blame the camera for operator error??
Here we go again
All the talk about the Canon 1Dx vs the D4/s , and referring to one as "king" is just silly. These are cameras made for professionals that use their system of lenses. Talking about "Canon Camp" just sounds like geek fanboys with lots of disposable income that graduated from arguing over Marvel vs DC and Xbox vs Playstation.
I do think he's an unmistakable genius at what he does and that if you're not seeing it, the problem isn't with him.
canon cannot afford a loser
The rationale is that the 400/5.6 is still "current" despite the age of its design, where is your aging 28-70/2.8 has been updated...not once, but twice.
As for your scenario, we've already established that Canon is a for-profit company, and their concern is making profit and returning value to shareholders, not treating customers with compassion, unless that is absolutely required for them to make a profit (hint: it's not).
Yes, I can report that the majority of the female athletes involved in curling are rather beautiful....
I'd go with the 5D Mark III, because you're not going to be photographing much with a camera that doesn't exist.
Well as you might guess there will be a replacement on the 7D so that for i mentioned it as a 7D II, but it can also be a 8D...