85/1.8, 200/2, both fast.
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Looking at the comparisons again, wow are they overexposing the D800 at night and seriously underexposing the 5DmkIII.
4X Digital Zoom. Read all about it
What's your input?
Money isn't an issue since I've been saving for some time.
You got a 5DmkIII and you use Picasa to convert your RAW?
That's really something... get at least LR, or better DxO and Photoshop: you'll finally really take advantage of your amazing camera.
Ken Rockwell is a tool. And holy cow is that camera ugly as sin.
Hell yeah it's ugly!!!
Can I ask why all of you keep reading his stuff if you do not agree with him, or find some value in his posts? Seriously this is like a bunch of old women arguing that Nancy dies her hair.
I try not to, but I like Canon Rumors, and people keep posting links to his website. Despite his idiocy, I do find amusement by how he's so convinced that he thinks he knows what he's talking about.
Based on his obsession with taking overly saturated snap shots with expensive equipment, I figured that there must be some entertainment value in it that I'm overlooking. So, I decided to give it a go:
What do you think, guys, did I crank that saturation slider far enough to the right ?
The uninformed camera buying public is also the uninformed photographer-hiring client. All of my work is over-saturated and over-sharpened and my clients just love it.The uninformed camera buying public loves over saturated and over sharpened photos...FWIW, Canon clearly knows this, as is evident from the Standard Picture Style.
I feel dirty....
... They stole the 1Dx AF system and are allowed to play with it in our faces!