« on: March 01, 2014, 07:10:05 PM »
7D, 70-300L, 1/1250 second, f/5.6
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So you're saying there's a chance...Just when I thought they couldn't possibly be any dumber, they go and do something like this... and totally redeem themselves!
Salisbury, MA taken 2/1/2014. Been waiting for a good flight opportunity of a snowy, here it is. Canon 1DX, 600mmBeautiful!
One of the many falls on the Aurlandsdalen hike. Canon 5DIII, 24-70 f2.8L IIWow, interesting water. It looks like a slow shutter for the falls, but fast shutter in front. How did you get this effect?
+1. Lovely.I find the barn owl one of the more enigmatic birds. I've never caught an image of one that dose them justice but I'm fairly please with this one.
I like your image processing on this one. Nicely done Sir.
Great review!Yes, agree. Thanks Dustin!
Your reviews have always been good, but this is the best one yet! Congratulations on a job well done!
Bosque surprise, "It's not nice to mess with Mother Nature" or "Why bird photographers should always wear a hat"Woodstorks too!
Are you testing one?Why is there so much fuss about the quality of a $1000 lens that comes with a 5-year guarantee?
Cuz it's too damn cold and crappy outside to do anything else
I'm thinking (hoping?) this lens will pleasantly surprise.
Hi all!I had a similar path - started with a T1i and the two lenses you mention. I decided to spend on glass first - picked up a copy of the EF 24-105L (which is available much cheaper now). It was a huge upgrade to the 18-55, although not quite as wide. My next buy was a Sigma 10-20 f/4-5.6. Then I bought the Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6L, followed later by a Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro.
I am new in this forum, I have just registered because I would like to hear your suggestions.
Last year I bought a T3i, together with a EFS 18-55/3,5-5,6 IS II and a EFS 55-250/4-5,6 IS II.
I really like it, and I used it a lot. I use it mainly when I travel, what I do very often due to my work.
I always liked to take photos, but I am not a Pro. Fortunately, this year I could save money to invest in my equipment. I thought I could buy a new camera - first I thought in changing to a full frame, but my budget is not enough. Then I thought I could buy the new 70d, as I could buy the body only and use my EFS lens. My idea is that after some time, I could start buying EF lens (70d supports both EF and EFS) and later on, I could change to a full frame (if I see I will really take advantage of the difference).
I would like to take better quality pictures, and honesty I don't care very much of new features as the built in Wi-Fi. Do you think I will get any difference with a 70D?
But I also thought that I could invest in a new lens instead of a new camera. I read good comments about the EF-S 15-85/3,5-5,6 IS USM. I would have a longer focal length lens, and wider.
I would like to hear from you what would you do - jump to a 70D or invest in this (or other) lens?