Thanks. Easy and useful tutorial.
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Today (21 Dec) is the big day. The world is going to end and we're all going to die. Remind your wife of this and suggest to her that you open your presents this morning.So the non-5DMkIII world ends and a the 5DMkIII just begins
Then, pretend to be surprised when the world doesn't end (unless, of course, the Eta Carinae hypernova event happens today and we actually do all die).
CorrectWell, why not both?Don't know what I did to deserve my wife but I would so do it again and again (and again)! I hope you have as much fun with yours as I have had with mine.Now you have to be more precise: you mean wife or camera?
While finding a hiding spot for my wifes present at home (macbook air), i was rummaging at the back of the guest room closet to see if there was space there, i found a 5d mkiii kit!!!!
Well you had better upgrade that Air to a Pro Retina! Fair's fair! Otherwise she might swap the 5DIII back for a 6!
Don't know what I did to deserve my wife but I would so do it again and again (and again)! I hope you have as much fun with yours as I have had with mine.Now you have to be more precise: you mean wife or camera?
The lens is not cheap and most prefer the IS version.Very interesting. A higher price would make everyone to prefer the IS version.
Maybe a new version will be released at a higher price.
Then you just answered to your own dilemma!Although I have the 70-200 f/2.8L IS II I think I am addicted to 135L.
It is small, light and super sharp.
I have a feeling that if I purchased the 135 I would use strictly for portraits and nothing else. With the 70-200 I feel that would would use it all the time.
Zeiss 21mm might be my fave now. The Canon 24L II proved pretty pointless for night sky more open than F2.8 anyway. Coma extends well into the photo, bad coma, so it tends to make it a little pointless for that added F1.4 to F2.8 range it would allow at night. Unless one likes big ol wings off their stars I guess. Samyang 24 F1.4 had less coma and might be interesting. Canon 14L had plenty of that too.+1 I use Zeiss 21mm 2.8 fully open. I had used a 16-35mm 2.8 fully open and the stars were ... seagulls at the edges! My 35mm 1.4L has coma too. Thanks for the coma information regarding 24L II and 14L.
No, no, no, NOOOO this will be 24-70 2.8L IV not III. You are too optimisticWide open, f/2.8 at 24mm I expect a lens this expensive to have abolutly no vignetting.
The 600mm f/4L IS II costs $13,000 and has about 1.5 stops of vignetting wide open.
The 24L II is $1500 and it has 3 stops of vignette. O_o
This is typical of a board with "Rumors" in its name.
We start by talking about the 24-70mm f/2.8 L II shot at 24mm, jump to the 600mm II and then it somehow turns in to the 24mm f/1.4L II
The New Rumored 24-70 2.8L III will have Zero vignette at all focal lengths and perfect IQ. It will weight in at a reasonable 500 Grams and a MSRP of 1299$ including canons all new 7th generation Image Stablizer providing 8-stops of compensation.
This could be a "rumor" right?
Can I pre-order now?
Sure, If you've got a spare billion dollars for the R&D.