Really like the idea of this. How about cropping out everything except the reflection leaving the image inverted! I think that would make it less 'disturbing' which I agree it slightly is.
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If this was a weathersealed 'L' version of the 100D/SL1, then I would be interested.
All I can say here is: Canon rules!!!!So…I take it you're one of those Canon-paid lobbyists that AvTvM keeps harping about??
200/4L Macro IS
...and a couple of consumer-grade zooms with STM, can't have enough of those...
You're effectively buying grey import and going to a lot of trouble to do it; just order from DigitalRev or HDEW and get a UK spec camera (actually, it might be Australian spec, but will come with the right plug! ). The better importers (i.e. not those on Ebay) will often offer their own warranty.
the "community" in internet forums is not very happy with the 6D AF.
so why did canon not make them happy?
after all.... canon should have seen that coming after they read/heard complains about the 5D MK2 AF. not?
The new EOS-1 body is amazing and a big step over the 1D X. I like it.
One question: when Canon will have something like this? Man, I love the RETRO/CLASSIC/VINTAGE look
As a Canon shooter, I'm little jealous here
From my experience with image processing, I can tell you that these images were slathered with EE either in camera or post - so many EE artifacts its not funny. Hopefully it can be disabled if in camera.
Sorry ... but what is EE?
EE = Edge Enhancement/sharpening. If you look at any of the high contrast borders there is massive artifacting showing that substantial artificial sharpening was applied to the point where it looks unnatural IMO.
I.E. on this picture look to the on the left border of the model's arm and leg and you can see a thick outline/ghosting caused by the edge enhancement processing, you might need to zoom in a bit:
Thanks ... I see it too. In fact, it looks like her skin on the legs has a horizontal pattern to it