Very nice! Congrats!
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It's not a question of photography but one of Psychology.
5DII for all purposes will be more than sufficient for a long, long time.
However, the fact that you settled for it and didn't go for the 6D will gnaw at the back of your head for almost as long. Every time you shoot in low light you'd wonder how the 6D would have been great here, and will hamper your focus as the 5DII's AF tries to do its job.
So return it while you can, and get the 6D. You'll forget the price difference much sooner than you'd have forgotten the (perceived) difference in capabilities of the two cameras.
Speaking of DR compression; Here's a thought....LOL
Pixel or photosite level "Electronic shutter".
areas of the sensor with enough light shut off sooner than the areas that need the shutter to be open longer... till you have perfect exposure with reduce DR capturing everything and no banding or gradient issues.
I should patent this and sell it to Sony quick...
i do not follow you, was that a answer to me?
Sorry guys, I have not been around for a couple of days so now I see the "D7000 replacement in April..." topic and open, read last two pages without seeing anything about the D7000 or its replacement. Going to read from the beginning to see how the topic developed...
Q: What was the weather like in Stockholm last week?
A: Sunny, and when I underexposed by 4 stops to capture the detail of the sun shining down on the Storkyrkan then pulled up the shadows by 4 stops to see the cobblestone detail of the Slottsbacken, the Canon 5DIII failed miserably with banding and noise, but fortunately I had my D800 with me - and look at this perfect shot!
I wonder what Nikon's roadmap is and how their competitive launch will compare to Canon's...
you seem to have a typo in your post.
Your salesman recommended a 600d (t3i) over a 550d. (t2i).
didn't get you with typo thing, sry my english is not perfect.