When your girlfriend agrees to model for you so you can play with lighting, there are bound to be some good faces...
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A new Patent Application US20130135514 is filedEF130 f/2? Is that a typo?
It seems to deal with improvement of SA and COF for these primes:
EF85 F1.2, EF85 F1.8, EF130 F2 and EF50 F1.4
Don't have time to read the detail - it might only be a "patent maintenance" app..
But those having time can have a read and may want to fill us in...
~ hans ~
Yes, "must" (you forgot the italics). I may only be one, but (a) whether or not I buy the 100D (or any other APS-C camera) depends largely on whether or not Canon comes up with a small EF-S prime to match; and (b) the 60D/7D replacement is now so long overdue and horrendously under-spec'ed compared to the Nikon, Panasonic and Olympus offerings that neither they (the 60D and the 7D) nor the 6D is a viable option for me (singular, one).
What happened to this rumour? With the EOS 100D, small and compact EF-S primes are a must ... otherwise there's just no purpose in the camera. But on the other hand, Canon crippled the darned thing so much, it in fact does have no purpose ... just like this post, I guess.I love stream-of-consciousness posts.
however, I am willing to bet that the circular cap shows up rectangular...
with a Stofen.
why? for outdoor shots, it's not like the flash is going to bounce off of anything... a sto-fen would just cost you flash power.
People shots, fill flash, softening, don't see how your going to be able to us a bounce flash much if at all at Disneyland.
I'd also use manual and dial it down a bit too for close-ups
So, seems to be a lot of mis-conceptions here.
The powder is cornstarch with food coloring. Unless you have a food coloring allergy, respiratory issues or are allergic to corn there isn't much to worry about. I have shot 3-4 of these for my local paper and two for the company that runs them and feel just fine afterwards. A painters mask reduces the amount you inhale by quite a large margin. If you want to filter it all out you will need a good respirator.
It's cornstarch, it dissolves quickly. It'd be a different thing if it was silicone based powder as that would sit in the lungs forever.