24-105L get's my vote any day.
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I think I could survive with a 5DII, a 24-105 and a 50 1.4.+1
What exactly do you mean "somewhat" popular? That movie is already at $210 million at the box office after its first weekend and has 93% score on RT.
It is pretty amazing to see the capabilities of those two cameras and the kind of production value you can get out of them. I bet they don't obsess over sharpness and pixel-peep for 8 hours each day
Not sure what my business website link has to do with anybody on here. If I wanted to include it I would have in my profile.
Same procedure as every year. I wonder how its possible that people take good photos since the invention of photography. Reading here always seems like last years cameras are producing bad images.
Im going so far to say that if u see some award winning photo on the internet somewhere u cant even tell if it was taken with a nikon or canon or probably something else unless u read the exif information...
I live in Belgium and am an amateur photographer
I stopped reading