Why not? I had one of their fisheye lenses and it was a good lens. Hopefully they will hit a home run, sell loads, and release more tilt shift variants.
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After going thru 4-5 different combinations of other brands, incl Giotto and Manfrotto, I went for the RRS and there is no comparison.This is a great point. Get a head that will serve you the way you shoot and get it right the first time so that you don't waste time and money getting the wrong gear. Think of it as a long term investment that will outlast your current camera.
He is joking. Canon still ships DSLRs with lame AF systems. The joke is that Canonites with lesser AF systems have to work a little harder than the Nikonians with more modern AF systems. Hence, "real" photographers like to challenge themselves. Frankly, I just want a great AF system and I don't think I should have to get a 7D, 5D3, or 1-series to get it."Nikon sissies"?Building on51 focus points and 15 cross? Bah, only Nikon sissies need that, real photogs use 9/9 (60d) or 11/1 (6d) for an added challenge :-p
the acclaimed autofocus system from the D300s, the D7100 uses 51 focus points, including 15 cross-type sensors for detecting both vertical and horizontal contrast variations, to achieve fast, precise focus.
I'll try and answer first.+1. I have never shot the 650D, so I cannot comment on it. It uses the same sensor as the 60D. I have a 60D and I like its ergonomics. You may want to try them out in a camera shop to see how they feel in your hands.
2) The 40mm can be used on all Canon EOS Digital Cameras - including Full Frames.
A good lens for street photography, especially on a Full Frame.
3) The 40mm is definately the sharpest of these three lenses.
Then the 50, then the Kit lens.
Even at ISO3200 my 7D usually beat my 5D3 for birds.How so? I have a 60D and 5D2. Never in a million years will ANY photo that I take with the 60D at ISO 3200 even come close to the 5D2 at ISO 3200. Not even close. The noise and breakdown of resolution is terrible.
And there we go again...a shameless parade of "what I own (or wish I owned) is the best, sharpest, and the inevitable answer to what you need" pronouncements...Would you prefer that we speculate as what the sharpest lenses are based on what we've read somewhere? I have shot the lenses that I own and I have actual knowledge of what they can deliver.