This one without the extenders
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It's a white-faced saki (Pithecia pithecia), also known as the Guianan saki and the golden-faced saki, is a species of saki monkey, a type of New World monkey, found in Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname and Venezuela.
Beautifully shot, much detail. Very nice!
What is he?
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Thanks for posting.
Bryan has posted the final review.
The new lens is completely redesigned and offers many advantages (many I've already discussed in this review), but image quality is the biggest. The difference in image quality between these two lenses, especially at wide open apertures, is significant. Also significantly improved is the image stabilization system (4 stops vs. 2) and the rotational zoom is my preference to the previous model's push-pull design. The new lens focuses much closer with a significantly higher maximum magnification ratio.
This lens has a reputation for fragility of the focus mechanism. Mine bumped against a wall (tapped is more like it) and lost the ability to focus. I will not buy a replacement until Canon comes out with a mark II version.
@Tuglea - I want a cup of coffee and the 7DII won't brew one for me. Therefore, it fails to meet MY needs and it's a crappy camera. So I guess we agree.
I didn't say the 7D2 was a bad camera, I said that it was a disappointing camera because it is 2012 technology, but was released in 2014 when the world has moved on. If they had built it from current tech instead of old tech it would have been so much more than it actually is now. My old T3i is a good camera too, but I wouldn't buy it now because there are so many much more capable options available now.