Thank you everyone for taking time to comment. I learnt a lot.
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Editin fotos is an aahht !
Here's a sample taken with the 135L + 1.4xII extender (189mm f/2.8L ) I love that with the Canon extender you can do a separate AFMA and get better AF results.
Strange Magic by Thousand Word Images by Dustin Abbott, on Flickr
Lots of new cameras No-One is asking for.
Same old 18GB sensor?
You clearly didn't read the first post ...
I'm sure it's just a variation of the same , tired, old, 18 GB sensor that is in so many of their cameras. If they really had anything new do you think they would debut it in a powershot? Why not the the 70 or 7D? The sensor will grade out the same, nothing new here. Sensor innovation is not coming from Canon. Have you seen what Nikon and Sony are putting out in this sensor size? For less money?
yes they would,because new design sensor with smaller pixels starts with compact size sensors for Canon, and for others as Sony, Omnivision, Aptina etc even smaller sensors as the mobile phones where the big innovations and research are today and when they have equipment that is accurate enough so they can expose a larger sensor area in one step so that manufacturing pays off then begins the manufacture of larger sensors.
If I saw the Canon bigwig stranded outside my house in a blizzard, I'd shelter him for only $50,000 per day. I'm sure he would understand and agree with my pricing.
He would have to pay more to use my photo equipment while he was here, and anytime I took a picture he would be required to remove my lens cap and hold it.
I don't look to him to tell me what to buy, I've got a wife to help me with that.Brilliant! And true! Thanks. A good laugh in the morning usually sets the tone for the day
The 400 II is best...if you need a 400mm lens. If you need a 300mm lens, the 300 II is best. If you need a 50mm lens, they both suck.
Look, there are probably two (maybe three) people on the planet who have actually exceeded the capabilities of the equipment they already own.
1) It does not matter who you are or who you think you are, you are not even a fraction as capable as the camera you already hold in your hand..
2) Spend your money on the only piece/s of equipment that will ever improve your photography - lenses.. If you have anything left over and just have to spend it on something, take a class or attend a symposium to learn how to be a better photographer.
From time to time i bump into this pearl of wisdom.
Since this is CR and not Instagram's "#look what i ate today!" lets see some examples of how difficult it really is to exceeded the capabilities of the 7d in question:
- Do you still get random OOFs when tracking even though you played with the settings and your technique is adequate?
- Have you ever hit buffer limit?
- Ever disappointed by WB under artificial lighting?
- You tried to lift shadows only to find the surprise underneath?
- You get sky noise even though you're shooting below 400?
- You dont get useful 1600s+?
- Did you ever tried autoiso only to find its a slopy implementation?
- Weak AF under low light?
- Meter goes bananas in challenging situations?
Have you ever bumped into any of the situations above? Well congrats you are one of the "two (maybe three) people on the planet who have actually exceeded the capabilities of the equipment they already own" according to SiliconVoiD