« on: October 30, 2013, 05:52:21 PM »
I really was unsure whether you knew. Far be it from me to stop you having fun
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Plus it's kind of hard to complain about something the camera never had in the first place yet you had no problem buying it.No, it's pretty easy. One fix I'm jonesing for is a higher minimum speed when using auto ISO. Everyone with half a brain understands the camera can physically do this, and it would be nice if Canon could have at it. And it's perfectly OK if I voice that desire - how else would Canon be able to know, if all critics shut up?
With so many letters and numbers (even a pipe!) designating each model, Sigma would probably feel right at home with a government contract...With all that sarcasm, I'm not sure if you realize that this is simply a feature list which gives you everything you need to know about a lens (bar the image quality, obviously). All manufacturers, including Canon, do this - the inspiration for this lens, for instance, is called the Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM. They could give it a name, but instead they list seven (!) features.
This might be sacralidge, but personally when I'm at the beach I usually leave the big gear in the room safe.Sacrilege And no...
My recommendation is enjoy the beach! Get a waterproof camera, they are awesome fun and since you're on the beach in the sun low light performance isn't too important....this is not sacrilege but excellent advice. The 450D is going to have a hard time withstanding the sand, the 5D3 might fare better but swapping lenses is out and you don't want to be attached to that expensive piece of kit when you want to be chasing chicks into the sea. Or something. Check out the many great waterproof camera's (I'm particularly impressed by the *cough* Nikon AW1) that you can get for peanuts these days, and go splash around.
Nice, especially the second one. What lens did you use?
I doubt its price will be higher than the Canon L one... It would not be a great marketing idea.I'd happily assume Sigma came up with this lens when Canon introduced the 24-70/4, which Sigma probably interpreted as "the 24-105 is EOL". Of course Sigma wants that piece of the market. I don't think they care about the 24-105 price, they'll just want to undercut the 24-70/4 (and the Nikkor).
Wow, that's some difference!Check and check
Ok, so that's the quality one can expect from this lens? It's not just my copy?
The 70-300 (non-L) is known to be fairly soft at 200mm and longer.
Too bad it looks like nobody is getting that deal.
WoooshYou heard it too, huh?
oh that´s no good news.Well, you might get your order still - I won't get my 14mm, I got mailed too
i guess i was one of the first who ordered but i got no email from amazon yet.