It's funny, nobody gives up drinking because their scotch is too old? What is it with cameras?
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Like others, I am scratching my head as to how they ever even saw these pictures. It only reinforces my resolve to never let my subjects see the original shots. I mostly shoot for family and friends, but even in those cases, I'm not letting them see everything I shoot.
What I wanna know is why did the photographer send them all his shots? Did he not even look at them at all? That in it self is proof he's no pro. Idiot. Talk about shooting yourself in the foot.
Where was that thread about 'anyone who takes a photograph is a photographer' ?
Maybe this would be more of an issue with Rebel bodies, as their construction is plastic.Even with rebel bodies you won't have a problem.
Meh, I want to see a comparsion using equivalent focal lengths 210 and 200mm is fine.. but the framing must be exactly the same (subject takes up the same percentage on the sensor). Both images downsampled (never upsampled) to fit here on the site. Any crops (as long as there's no upsampling ) should be fine... ex: 100% on the sx50 and 55% on the 5D mark III (for equivalent sized images.)
other than that it's apples and oranges.
Well, they're both fruits; OP is talking about reach/resolution vs cost and its obvious SX50 comes on top. Comparing them in the exact same frame doesnt make any sense.
Eventually I want to be using a 40MP crop sensor, but for now I'd be happy with something like 28. Anything less than 21 would be disappointing.40MP on a crop sensor! ... hmm
I'm sure that Canon knows exactly what they are doing.... they just aren't telling...So lets see if I understand this... The 7D2 MIGHT be 21 megapixels, or it MIGHT be 24, or it could possibly be 18. And the 70D MIGHT have one of those sensors.... or it could be something else.....
Yeah, I know... sounds like a company that knows what it is doing, doesn't it?