The 400/5.6 with 1.4TC and crop a little in to that awesome 5d3 and you'd be set. But the lure of a 600/4 is tempting and sometimes you just have give in.
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Still, most of my bird photography is not done on vacation but is done almost every day. My office is within walking distance of an area that has quite a few birds and I take walks there every day during lunch. Therefore, whichever lens I pick up will likely be used at least twice a week.
but I really like my 24mm/1.4L. It's neat to have a wide-angle with the ability to give serious bokeh.
Thanks, yes, factory settings and High Quality mode, it looks fine to me
(Sorry for my poor English )
As soon as I read..."the 5d3 AF system sucks", I move on to another website (sorry Craig and your advertisers). I don't seem to get any useful information from that comment which invariably the post started with "dude or bro". So, please tell me why the 5d3 AF system sucks because I haven't bought the camera yet and I'd like to make an informed purchasing decision.
This picture is edit in DPP and RAW converted to JPGs editing in High Quality mode.
Canon EF 1.4x III Extender, Canon EF 400mm f/2.8L IS USM, Canon Eos 5D Mark III,
1/1600, f9,0, ISO 1600
so true, so many gear nerds. It's also crazy how people are getting 5d2/3's as a first dslr. I just got a 5d3 after many years shooting on a crop, and going full frame is amazing. I love my 5d
I haven't found a issue to gripe about.