5d3 video looked really crappy in comparison. If u do mostly video i think better get the Cinema cam.
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my other prime the 135L f/2 is impressive, but unfortunately using it indoors in my current location is limiting me in my framing, i often end up only having head shots...
QuoteFeel blessed you can afford such a cool camera Feel free to gift me your old camera so i can gift it to my fiance
If I was in the mood to give my gear away, I would give it to a friend, family member, a fellow employee, my church, a local school, a neighbor, or a local charitable organization.....I sure wouldn't be giving an expensive camera to an online stranger that behaves as a beggar.
Spend $6800 on a camera. Power it with a knock-off that may not be manufactured with proper QC, may lack safety circuitry, etc., to save perhaps $50, less than 1% of the cost of the camera. Yeah, that makes sense...
Sony is a great company, but they should stick to TV's and making movies like Skyfall.
Aperture 1.2 @ISO 100 and sunlight anyone?
Assuming Sunny 16, 1.2 and ISO 100 should result in a shutter speed of 1/16000, if my calculations aren't completely off-base. And that's just a rule of thumb, it could be brighter.
QuoteTop shutter and sync speeds are the same. No one uses 1/4,000, much less 1/8,000, so the 5D Mark III having 1/8,000 makes no difference in actual shooting.