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Yo! Considering the potential amount of people who can/want to to afford this lens, I guess over the last months there now is one CR 200-400L article per customer here :->
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Interesting...I was starting to watch a Syl video on the Canon site, made when the 600 was just newly released...or shortly after, and he mentioned that he definitily was going to do an update to the book to include the 600 stuff.
A pretty sizable group has developed for people who don't like the new "layout."
i was wondering about this so effectively on a 5Dmk3 you can capture full res raws at 24FPS now!??!!
I hope my 600D supports autoETTR Would be very useful when taking landscapes!
So again, where is that line in the sand? Is it as simple as ---if you can pull it off in lightroom it's real, but the moment it hits photoshop it isn't? Oh wait, there's that spot removal tool in lightroom...
Disagree, I think both pixel peeping and photo ethics are perfectly valid subjects to discuss on a photography forum
or perhaps even to begin "cleansing" a certain group of people...and I don't mean with soap! "The end justifies the means..."
Thanks for the share! In my photo, such clouds do exist in that part of the world.
Linguistic note: "It's a Canon L-series and should be giving you excellent IQ," is a statement with two separate clauses, not a dependent clause, as in, "It's a Canon L-series and so should be giving you excellent IQ."
The 24-105L is a very good lens, espeically stopped down to f/8 which the OP mentions.
I think this thread brings out a simple painful? truth. That is electronics have developed to the point, that the overwhelming advantage the FF cameras had some years back - is rapidly closing down.
but it's a Canon L-series and should be giving you excellent IQ
Any ideas? Problem with the lens? Am I doing something wrong and missed a setting somewhere?
Other thoughts: Dynamic range is about the same and the color rendition is also great for both cameras.
That's the problem with 3rd party manufacturers.
We're at 3 now.i agree to that. i don´t need or want an IS version when it increases the price a lot.+1
but i would pay more for a (noticable) optical better 17-40mm f4.
He's doing landscapes. 7d with 24-105 might be too tight unless he wants to try panorama.
the 6d is a beast in low light so being limited to f4 shouldn't hurt too bad
i was looking for 5DII at an un-authorised canon store(they ask whatever money they want to) and it was just $200 cheaper than new 6D at an authorised center, am from NEPAL