« on: November 02, 2014, 07:11:03 AM »
The decision does have something to do with how you prefer to shoot, but the simple fact is the 70-200 is one of the best lenses available on any platform. Hard to go wrong!
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This may have been covered in a previous post, but...
Does anyone know if a lens this size can have an internal zoom movement like the 70-200? If extends like the 70-300, any concerns about weather sealing?
The person holding it.And making money with it.
Perhaps a sign of confidence that Canon will issue a camera body that maximizes the resolving power of these kinds of optics?
+1 I've used Schneider and Rodenstock lenses on large format. Beautiful lenses and wickedly expensive new.
I would imagine that these new lenses will carry a hefty price tag.
Already a thread on this.
And no... I doubt it will be full frame. If it is... it won't be called the 7D Mark II
I use LinkedIn and Instagram quite heavily, and to a lesser extent Twitter.A fellow Floridian - I have followed you as well, and I agree with your thoughts on the platform. I like your mix of photos and I love that custom case you kept your RZ kit in - I hope you got some decent cash for the set.
Instagram has a lot of garbage on the platform, but a ton of really great stuff too. Much of the clutter is a result of people trying to monetize it. Indeed, a lot of "social media celebrities" have somehow amassed enormous followings (usually for alarmingly superficial reasons) and sell posts with product placement, brand mentions, etc.
I have a modest following, mostly friends and other photographers, and I use Instagram to share a mix of my "real photography" and everyday iPhone photos. I love the platform.
I just was looking in my 5DmkIII manual to see where it says you can't print larger than 32x48. Can anyone direct me to the page that says that? I can't find it. Thanks for the help in advance.