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Thanks I'll go with that advice.
this would be the perfect color cuz there arent so many situations where u get a color similar to it
...which is why I use this as my grid colour in Photoshop. Not sure about this colour as a focus point though.
Red is perfectly fine, proven and not as visually jarring like the bright aqua blue.
Thanks so much for that. I've had a 350D since its early days so I'm jumping into vast new territory with all this. Cheers for the great answer.
EDIT: Man, so I just checked out the ST-E3-RT Transmitter..... No autofocus assist beam!? What good is it then, I see myself doing Wedding Photography & the like in the near future, so this would be practically essential... I'm starting to think I'm better off just picking up another 600EX, Which is probably what Canon really wants... I call Shenanigans Canon!!!
Thanks I am bringing the 5d mark iii with 24-105, 50mm 1.4 and 270 exii. Just considering the 28mm is or 40mm pancake. Otherwise going with just that. I find the reach would be nice but my Sony nex and 55-210 will cover that. Just considering the 28mm as a cheaper alternative to the 35l not sure I will need it here.
I admit I've never used one but I can't recall anyone describing that lens as soft.
See for yourself. The L zoom is sharper than the L prime.
I really prefer to not use a head when I use my 400mm 2.8 IS MK I on a monopod. The head is just a wobble point and a little more weight. You twist the camera to vertical in the tripod collar.
IS is awesome on this lens, and if you think you don't need it because you'll be on a tripod, you are wrong. Lenses of this size and focal length wobble on the heaviest and most expensive tripod. If your shooting in bright daylight at 4000 sec, no you don't need it, but I shoot night sports and trust me IS makes a big difference.
Perhaps the camera was for his wife, complete with the latest Vuitton camera bag
His camera was a Nikon 3200