Reuters have many close ties with Canon, especially at major events like the Olympics etc. Also Reuters staff photographers are issued Canon gear, probably why the numbers are so skewed.
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Any estimates of the weight of the 24-70 f2.8 IS ?
Sharing one of my recent twilight shots...
Canon EOS 5D Mark III ı Canon TS-E24mm f/3.5L II ı Vertical Shift Upwards/Horizontal Tilt Rightwards ı 24mm ı 30s ı f/16 ı ISO 100
Crepuscule by shutterwideshut on Flickr
This business of printers burning off ink is the reason I don't have a printer since 2006! A three minute walk from my house are two printing places and a photo studio. So I can have the pick of printers I want to print on.
"So you've never heard someone say "I like the green from Nikon DLSRs better" or "I like the blue from Canon DSLRs better"?"
The Logistics manager is way overkill for your current gear. I'd have to agree with RLP, the Airport Security V2 is much more appropriate. I have one, and a 300 f2.8, don't forget the 70-200 will stand up in it so takes very little space.
I have taken the Security V2 on many planes and always as carry on, I use it as my everyday bag and wheel it everywhere, if fact I need to send off for a free replacement set of wheels because I have worn them out, the emergency shoulder straps have been a day saver a couple of times too. The Logistic Manager is huge, it costs a fortune and if you filled it up it would weigh so much you'd never move it willingly, if I wanted that kind of case I'd be looking at a Pelican or transport style case.
Here is a shot of the V2 with a 300 f2.8 and a 70-200 2.8IS in it. There is a lot of room left!
Thanks for sharing privatebydesign,
Looking at your photo, It looks I can fit 300mm at bottom and still have enough space for the combo of 5D III + 24-70 II & 5D III + 70-200 f2.8 IS II plus primes.
I think you forgot to include Ansel Adams? You know, the guy that invented the zone based metering system?
Hmmm ... sing glories of DR, as if it is the God of all things photography ...
Actually it is. Colour reproduction is what it is all about. Why do you think there was more than one film back in the day? And that photographers preferred to use one film over another? Graininess and colour reproduction.