What was this shot with? And I agree with some focus stacking, that or shooting a few stops up, like a f8-f10. But I do like the color and style of the shot, right in your face, very cool.
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Meh. I use Couch straps. They're made of vinyl, look great, are far stronger and more comfortable than the Canon strap... AND they look sexy. No, I don't work for them. I've just been super impressed by them as a company.
would love to see an L series version
If you want a really good feel for what this will be like, lock together a body cap and a rear lens cap and hold them flush against the lens mount of your camera.
Indeed, if it's really under $200, I can easily see it becoming a popular choice for a replacement body cap! think about it...you can either cap the body with a bulky lens (even the Plastic Fantastic is awkward as a body cap), a functionless piece of plastic, or an actual lens that's right about at the textbook "normal" focal length for full frame.
I'll personally wait for some lens reviews...but if the IQ wide open doesn't suck, I can easily see getting at least one per body.
I usually set my cameras down so the left side (opposite the shutter button) is down against the surface - makes it easy to pick up at the handgrip, and also I have a QR plate on the bottom.
Its not going to damage the lens mount, its much stronger than that. Just make sure its stable, falling over isn't good for it. A good carry strap is best, but is not always a practical thing in some situations.
Has anyone received one from B&H? I ordered mine on 3/26 and it is still showing as backordered.
1) working professionals will write 100% of the $350 off, or at least depreciate it over several years as an asset.
2) the global exchange is incredibly different from where it was when the BG-E6 was introduced, hence a higher price.
I see higher MSRP as a good thing, as it raises the cost of entry for fauxtogs. I can always adjust rates, capture+processing, retouching fees to accommodate the cost of the new body over 2-3 years.
It costs what it costs - quit griping and make pictures!