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Did some testing of the 1DX in blowing and/or reflecting snow. Even with the temperamental 85L, the 1DX focus was fast and spot on! Some blue sky, white snow f/11 shots were easy as well with the 1DX. Love this camera.Great shots
(Used 85L, 70-200 f/2.8 IS II & 200 f/2)
Looks more like this:
looks a lot like a 1N film cameraYeah, and it has 353 shots left
Nightbreath, the bokeh looks a tad busier than I thought it would be, but still it looks nice.Below is a similar shot, using 17mm at f/4. For bokeh comparison
50mm F/1.2 is a gorgeous lens. I spent 6 weeks in Thailand with just that one lens.We've just came from a similar journey. Below is a 50L sample. I'll share other photos later.
Why not? Live View makes the whole image sensor a big autofocus area. If you have time to recompose, you might use Live View instead of recomposing.There's also Live View focusing that might work for you
Live View focusing and Canon in the same life?
There is some evidence that the new bodies like the 5D MK III focus more accurately and consistently, at least with the center point (with some of the newer lenses). Certainly, FoCal users find it more consistent than a 5D MK II.
No one knows exactly why that is.
I sold my 5D Mark III because I don´t need high ISO´s and I am disappointed by the image quality in the low ISO range.To my regret you've blocked personal messages from me
I am very happy with the 1 Ds Mark III image quality up to ISO 800 and hold both cameras.