+1 to the score.
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Question for the OP.... Are you using different pictures for your shadow recovery? Why not try to recover the shadows from the original so you can see really how good or bad is 5D3's shadow recovery?
This looks like Salt Lake City.
I see a lot of "up to" 6 fps, not just 6 fps, so I wonder what the weasel words are hiding. I also read that auto-AF-select is even slower and less useful than the 5D2's.Slower and less useful? seriously? there is some quirk in AF (in low light) when you half press the shutter but that's about the only "problem" i have. I've used my friend's 5d2 and i find the 5d3's AF select way more useful
I'm sure that both people shoot from inside waterfalls appreciate that.
How is not being able to see what AF spot is selected "better"??How is this related to having a better viewfinder? Last time i checked the view finder was something like 5d2's 98% Vs 100% in 5d3
One CF slot.Well, i agree. Dual CF slot would have been a better option but probably it came down to limited real estate and size of the camera
Welcome, but not along worth rebuying a body.Probably, if you base your decision on this parameter alone. But coming from 7d this is a much better experience to me compared to the 5d2.
The sensor is effectively identical to that in the 5D2, no high-ISO usability improvement, no improvement on low-ISO banding/shadow noise. Note that having more aggressive default NR when saving to JPEG files does not qualify as a high-ISO improvement.
Thanks to every one for your great replys. Given me a lot to think about. Has anyone ever used and extender with a 50mm 1.4? Could be a solution to having to lug a long tele around with me.The Canon extenders physically do not fit on the 50mm 1.4, I think. I've used a Soligor 1.7 extender with a 50mm 1.8II - let me rephrase that: I've tried to use an extender with the 50mm 1.8II. It hunts like Davy Crockett and only rarely achieves focus. No go as far as I'm concerned.
Also, +1 on the 24-105. That thing has versatility written all over it.