17-55 is a must. You've got to have the wide end, especially for the subject matter you stated. I've had mine for over a year and dust is not a problem. It's an awesome lens.
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Canon acknowledged the 'issue' (I'll stop short of calling it a bona fide problem). They offered to fix it, for free. What, you now expect them to refund part of your payment as well? New buyers here probably care a lot more about 'affected' bodies - even then, a significant number of people indicated that they have no intention of send their camera in for the fix.
before i even read the review i saw the photo of the three cameras discussed.That's his photographic style. A lot of his pictures are shot with that style. It's a branding decision IMO. Plus, he's a video guy and doesn't do professional stills work.
missed focus and bad noise...i wonder what camera was used to take that shot! not sure if you should be reviewing cameras if that is the kind of photography you are offering up to represent the 3 cameras you are reviewing....
While he does not outright declare a winner - I think he prefers the 5d Mk3 followed by the D4.He says at the end of the video the D4 pretty much shouldn't be considered for video because of it's crap resolution. He clearly doesn't like that better than the D800. Also, the short film he shot with the cameras he used the 5DIII and D800 only. No D4. And of the two, he says he mostly used the D800. Just sayin'.
Nice review Phil. You say you are not a pro - did you charge to shoot the wedding? If you did then I would say you are a pro, no?His point was he's not a pro REVIEWER.
with that kit i'd have the 50-150 on the camera all day...