Made a reservation to get the first copy that'll land and already have a buyer for my 7D.
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And I meant, if the maximum distance was 20m. I rarely encounter birds that close, especially the more unusual ones.In which case I prefer the subject be that close. I dont bother taking photos of birds further than that as I'd just delete them anyways.
if your relative humidity tends to be 80% or greater and temp ranges from 35°c or greater with a lot of coal and diesel (think "rolling coal" trend in the US) emissions then it will be a problemAlso, when you get into these extremes, you need to be shooting in cold, clean alpine air, or humidity and other environmental conditions will wreck your image.especially if the subject is ways away. I much prefer the subject be less than 20m.
Gosh, if I restricted myself to 20m I'd get almost no shots at all! I don't find air quality a problem until the subject is a couple of hundred metres away (in sunshine/warm weather) or more. Maybe it's just the different climates?
Also, when you get into these extremes, you need to be shooting in cold, clean alpine air, or humidity and other environmental conditions will wreck your image.especially if the subject is ways away. I much prefer the subject be less than 20m.
I'm sure it'll happen that way. Notice how many rumored lens replacements have been posted on CR? They've been rumored to come out every quarter or so for a few years already.Actual shipping date: Sometime in 2020
Ha ha - really hope not!
A reason why big glass like the 800, 600, 500, 400/2.8, 300/2.8, 200/2.0 and 200-400/4.0 are expensive is because their production run are far far far fewer than say a 16-35/2.8, 24-70/2.8 or 70-200/2.8 IS.I might buy a 5D-4 "lite" - with no video! (if priced much less than the video version.)
Remember how much of a discount people got for having no video on the Nikon Df?