Thanks mackguyver - yes thats the one
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Kea - a New Zealand iconNice shot ... I like sharpness and clarity of the little feathers next to the bird's beak ... stellar stuff.
5D III. Pukekohe Park Raceway - New Zealand
Great shot Menace
f2.8, ISO 1600, 1/6400sec.Beautiful ... superbly timed shot!
My wife uses the 70-200 IS II an a 24-70 2.8 MK1 for her wedding photography. The 70-200 is great for low light (ok, not as good as a f1.2), but moreover allows for versatility and lfexibility with the zoon. It also makes a great "paparazzi" lens, as you can catch people unawares and get great natural reportage shots as the day goes on, or for the long aisle in big churches. If you can get a MK1 version of the 70-200IS for a reasonable proce and play with that before forking out for the big beast, it'll give you a feel for what the art of the possible is with the lens.
Yes, it is heavy, but it is dead good too!
Actually, all of you are wrong.
The Planet Earth is accurately described as an "oblate spheroid" and is neither round nor flat.
In common use, "round" is an alternative to "flat". Then it is either round of flat, by definition.
A circle is round, a ball is spherical.
I wonder what it is in 11 dimensions?
I thought we were up to 16 dimensions?
I'm back to the old Tamron, which, by the way, I picked up on Craigslist for $260 about three years ago.