As improved Al servo is on 5D III, I still find one shot AF to be much more reliable. Since things like birds mostly don't change pose, unlike sports capture, I have better luck with one shot mode, in Tv mode with high shutter speed.
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Honestly, I'm pleased with the Sigma's price. My guess is that it will be a better performer than the 35mm L which is $500-600 more.
Does anyone have problem getting sharp image at 1.2? i even tried manual focus and AFMA. i only get sharp image at 2.0 and up. should i return for different copy?. i bought it recently just to use at 1.2 since i heard so many review on how sharp it is at 1.2 to 2.0. Any thought?
the 5D smokes the D600 in everything except DR where the Nikon wins.
I bet Nikon and Sony are having a party now!!!
so between the Sig 50 1.4 and Canon 50 1.4 any thoughts?
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<strong>In development?<br />
</strong> the EF 200 f/2L IS is also on the replacement cycle. If you remember, the 200 launched with the 800 back in January 2008.</p>
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3. Set a high shutter speed to reduce subject motion.
85 is now the king on the 5DM3.
I would Buy an EOS M right now if it was only 499$.
I know that these lenses are completely different, but I have the 35L and it almost never comes off of my body. I love it.
I shoot wedding, portraits, street photography... etc. etc. The 70-200 is great and all, I just never use it...
Should I sell it and get the 85mm 1.2 and then have the 35L, 85L & 24-70mm?
I'm open minded. Just looking for some opinions
I'm shooting a 5DMKii & 1vHS.
I've noticed this too with 5D3 & 580EXII, but put it down to environmental factors.
I have heard that the pattern thrown by a 600EX-RT AF-assist is allegedly better suited to the 1DX & 5D3 than the 580EXII. Can a resident genius confirm this? If it's correct, I'm in the market for two or three 600 EX-RT's.
Hey i'm finnally making the move from sony to canon what i've been using is:
I'm upgrading to:
16gb Cf card
My predicament is weather to buy a 430ex ii with a couple triggers or a Tameron 28-75 2.8
I mostly shoot longboarding, landscapes a little bit of portraiture low-light events, day time events and quite a lot of video, but I really want to experiment with flash but not sure I want to lose the focal range capability for video or lowlight shooting, recommendations?
Get a 1DX. Seriously. I print all of my photos in sports to 8 x 10 or better and the quality will make your heart melt. The detail is stunning despite 18mp vs. 22mp on the 5D3. I like the prints from the 1DX much better than any camera I've ever owned. You won't be disappointed.
And after I sell EVERYTHING to get the 1Dx what lens would I use? I'm beginning to lean to the 5D MKiii based off of price, and selling my current 5D and 70-200mm