A foveon-style FF sensor in a canon body would be sweet. Canon, dooo ittttttt.....
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I'd still like an updated 100-400L, though, as a more portable option.
Need some advice:
I am looking for an compact Camera or Mirrorless for climbing or high-altitude hiking.
Price unter 1500€ inclusive wideangle lens
- smaller an lighter than SLR
- focus on high image quality
- normal AF speed (shutter lag <0,5s)
- able to use an polarisation filter e.g.
- wide angle preference
I aimed at the Sony Cyber-shot RX100, but there are very variying tests. (Dpreview gives not the best notes. Color foto (German magazine) says superb,...) Which test to trust?
The Fuji 100s or the X-1E?
Which model would you prefer?
I recently moved into a new apartment, here's an HDR panorama of one of the new bedrooms, shot with a 5DIII + 24L II. I believe there were a total of 12 frames - 4 sets of 3 frames (-2.3, 0, +2.3) converted into 4 32-bit tiff files, then reprocessed in ACR and photomerged via PSCS6:
Very nice. Great use of HDR, not looking like something produced by Looney Tunes.
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Slightly off-topic but important:
...there are heads/clamps which don't fit between the gripped 5D3 body and the head attachment. I have the 300 f4 and the 70-200 f2.8L2 and know that for instance, my Manfrotto 322 grip head with the RC2 plate will not fit up under the 70-200 because the bulkiness of the battery housing. I have to try the same combo with the 300 but suspect I'd see the same problem. I have an aftermarket grip but I think its shape will not differ too much from the Canon offering.
I am planning a change to all Arca Swiss (AS) camera attachment so am thinking about this right now, too. I plan to adapt all heads to the AS clamps, even retro fitting somehow the AC system on a Manfrotto 410 geared head. I will have to figure out how to replace/adapt the 322 grip, too, but I knew the inability to attach the 70-200 required some new solution, anyway.
I love my 40!
that means he is waiting for "flame war" with his pop corn... hic.. hic... i am getting tired of that too. however, back to your question. below is the link to show you the good way:
HDR Ep 115: Take & Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey: Adorama Photography TV
Quotethe 50mm needs an optical redo but would be a big hit
Respectfully disagree, Sigma has the best 50mm f/1.4 for Canon available, and I include Zeiss in that statement. I think a modern 24mm f/1.4 is the obvious opportunity to me.
K-amps, completely agree with you! It seems that Canon EOS 6D is cripled 5D Mark III and EOS 7D This model is aboslutely ridiculous and it is very clear that marketing department in Canon should be fired for such product!