« on: September 05, 2012, 04:25:54 AM »
Do you use magic latern? Is it worth installing on the 60D?
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I hope Canon can produce sub $1500 full frame.I don´t think they slaughter their cash cows.
I had the same dilemma until I've tried real photography. One thing, among your tools, lens is more important than your body. 2nd thing, photography will always be relying more on the photographer and not the tools. I am using 500D since 2009. You might say it's old but I have some excellent lenses like 28mm F1.8 and 100mm F2.8 macro non-L. I still envy those using Nikon D90 and the even the newer Canon bodies but it did not stop me from taking better pictures than those using better cameras than 500D. Nowadays, it doesn't really matter if you're using Canon or Nikon or Sony. What matters is that you continue to take pictures and continue to learn while taking them. I also don't fear scrutiny of my photography. In fact I'm happier if somebody criticizes my work. I'm telling you 600d is more than enough to produce very good pictures even at higher ISO. Someday, I might change to full frame but meanwhile, I just continue to shoot until my camera refuse to shoot anymore.+1
Like I alluded to in my post, if one is skilled enough to the point of being able to take advantage of the nominal differences between the two systems, such as being able to pull a little extra out of shadows, it becomes a matter of how bad you want or need that extra niggle room. However, it should be no consideration whatever for a beginner. There is no photo a Nikon can take that Canon can't. .....+1
I have the Lowepro Flipside 400 AW, http://products.lowepro.com/product/Flipside-400%20AW,2116.htm, that will fit your equipment. Due to its flipside design (that works great), it have you equipment protected against pickpockets’ and you do not need to lay the backpack down on the ground. Or if you put it on the ground the straps won’t be dirty. Also, if you carry I tripod you can easily open the backpack without removing the tripod first. The backpack is comfortable to carry, even with a heavy load.
I've been anxiously waiting for TrekPak to finalize production. The idea of adapting inserts to a "real" hiking backpack, a Deuter Freerider Pro 30, sounds perfect to me. I can't say that I've had experience with the setup yet, as they are just finishing up production after a successful run on Kickstarter.
very interesting xps! Could you please post some samples so that we, single camera owners, can benchmark ours against your worst and best copies!
No samples posted? More than one copy in a batch of less than 10? bad? I smell a troll...
If not send it to Canon for fixing.