Yes. The 5Dc still has better IQ than any APSc camera canon makes. You just have to work with it a bit harder.
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I finally bought this bracket. It's small and compact but does the job.
Can I ask why you chose this style? Why lower the flash to the lens rather than raise it?
a proper 12-24 for full frame would be absolutely killer. the 16-35 just isnt sharp enough for such duty. I am iteching to go full frame but not having a 10-22 kinda sucks
I really don't know if they can make 12-24 (12mm without being fisheye).. I think 14mm is the minimum wide for full frame images..
Sounds like you have 'Mirror Lockup' enabled. Look through the manual and your cameras settings on how to change it.
Happened to me last week After a night of shooting star trails and forgetting to reset the lockup
People are quick to hate. Remember when the 5DMKIII came out yet now everyone things its incredible...Really? I still think the 5D3 has a craptastic sensor, with its decade old DR capabilities.
Think its quite intriguing! I would give it a go!
Not everyone bends over to Canon's marketing machine. Me and most of my friends are still shooting our 5D2s, happily waiting for the 5D4 / 5DX or whatever the next generation will be called.
I guess people who think the 5D3 is a great upgrade from the 5D2, will also like the Powershot N. They will buy anything that Canon throws at them.
convert it to infra red....
I have to be honest I never considered converting to infrared, as I thought this was mainly for astronomy photography. After a tiny bit of web searching I see it has other creative uses as well.. Have many people done this on this forum?
I can't seem to find an infrared sample gallery. If so, is there a company anyone can recommend (I am in Canada) that does this conversion? I am seeing for the few hundred dollars I can only seem to get for a used 60D I might as well keep it!
The mk3 is not the problem, the problem is those heavy 2.8 zooms which the 70-200L weights about 4LBs.
That's one reason I've come to love small, light primes. 24L + 50 1.4 + 135L are fantastic to carry. If you want mobility and lens speed, try some small primes.
Not a solution for everything, unless you carry at least 2 bodies around. Again, not for family photos.
I've taken plenty of family photos with just a Minolta maxxum AF and a 50mm 1.8. Just takes a different approach.
How do you approach this type of situation, when you are 1.5ft away from your subject? No room to go back or forward: http://albums.phanfare.com/isolated/0TKGEcfb/1/5903138
Find a different approach.
Since you are a prime shooter....what approach would you take? Swap to wider prime
See, You answered your own question.
Carry multiple prime lenses in a sunny day like this for family photos...WOW, what a creative photographer NO THANKS