What about that "you can also download RAW" link?
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I have a feeling the 6D wont need any method to select a focus point other than center. focus/recompose is probably the name of the 6D game
That's why it's such a joke they added "orientation-selected af point" to the firmware :-o
But the outer af points might do, at least for non-critical shots which is (and supposedly was engineered to be) the difference to the "pro" 5d3. For handheld macro shots and the like with a thin dof where focus & recompose is no option multiple shots can be taken, just like with my 60d af which I also don't entirely trust.
For those interested in this lens, I have posted a full review to my website with photos and conclusions. If uninterested, please disregard this message
And yet we still haven't seen a real review... what's up with that?
Some (many?) may not like him, but it can't be said that he doesn't stand for what he thinks. (May I say that more often than not I agree with him or had I better not?)
No, it can't. But what he thinks and therefore what he stands for is about as consistent as the ocean during a storm. So if you agree with him today, that may not be the case tomorrow, unless you change you mind like you change your shirt.
I like this lens a lot. The IQ is sharper than my old Canon 24-70mm MK1. I think people complain that it might have onion bokeh. However, I haven't really seem that yet. By the way I am not a PRO, so I don't really think I will be so picky for the onion bokeh in few photos in my life. I really like the IQ and VC feature of this lens.I am glad that I got Tamron 24-70mm VC. No more waiting...
And how do you like it?
HOWEVER, if I was a PRO, I would just wait for Canon 24-70mm MK2. For PROs you are making money from your clients, so you should use the best gear for your clients.
I am glad that I got Tamron 24-70mm VC. No more waiting...