« on: July 03, 2013, 12:11:45 PM »
Great, that cost me $350.00
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Would the 600ex be overkill for me?
Anyone want to buy a used 16-35 II?
Eye-control. That would be sick.
It also wouldn't be 'new technology'. Witness the EOS 3.
I am going to guess it is optically identical to the non-cinema lens... and since it is a 14mm.. the DoF is huge.. why charge soooo much more over the regular? the micro precision is really.. not that useful here.. and durability.. you can get two regulars... da´hell canon?
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Where is the updated 35, 135, 180 Macro and 400/5.6?
I just bought a like new Canon 400mm f/5.6L for $600........so is there any chance that the purchase will go through? I'm thinking no...
I've been persevering, and I have to say that romance is blossoming. It does take some work and creative to make this lens work for you, but when you realise what it's for (and not for). Then the results start coming. Knowing how to tweak the images in PP helps too.
The lens is rather good and deserving of its L title.
Here's one of mine from a couple of days ago:
Melissa Zebra by Marked Improvement Photo
Also, here's one of the threads discussing it and the EF17-40 f4L:
EF 16-35 f2.8L Vs. EF 17-40 f4L Thread
My eyes tell me she's shopped into the photo. Yeah, my glasses are clean.
Well give them another wipe. It's one image. That's what flash in daylight looks like. Especially when you mess with both the exposure and flash compensation.
I was at the American Girl store and a pretty nice looking mom had a 5D mkii/iii (I couldn't tell and I was busier looking at her other features), and I believe a 24-70. I'm going to guess it was a $5000 set up to take a picture of her kid with next to a silly cardboard cutout... but who knows, maybe she was using her pro gear on a personal errand... but I think she was a rich woman who had more money than talent... though she did have some nice talents...
My wife goes to soccer matches, and to the watch crit racing with a 5DIII and 70-200 f/2.8IS II and 24-70 F/2.8 II. It just so happens that she also runs a studio ....
Who says all soccer mums don't know one end of a camera from the other!
I'm sure someone knows, just no one on these forums.