« on: April 01, 2012, 04:44:36 AM »
Here is my cat in manual 1/100 f4 iso 10000 105mm just converted raw in lr4.1.
Imho a good test picture of what *not* to do with a 5d3 and a f4 zoom. You'd gotten a much better picture when using two flashes (bounce and fill) and/or a faster lens - the lovely corner in the background really deserves to be blurred by bokeh. And generally IS does not freeze your cat, 1/100s is very slow for 100mm and your image is motion-blurred even at this resolution. Furthermore you'd have to overexpose to get more detail out of the black cat and then postprocess it properly - atm it looks like a black hole with yellow eyes.
So the OP has only a couple of zooms and needs advice about the best lenses for his 60D, and then ONE DAY later he's already bought a 5D3 and is complaining about it not being much of an upgrade? Jeez, slow down dude! Get to know your camera, what lenses you like, experiment with primes, and then you can figure out what the advantages AND disadvantages of a full frame camera are.
KKCFamilyman, really, looking at your postings and the advice given from a lot of people, you seem to *want* to ignore advice given to you. If you are out to do something anyway and just want to have your opinion strengthened, you might think about saving other people's time around here - personally I'm happy to help with my limited knowledge, but no one likes to talk to a wall.