So basically if that happens I just have an expensive decoration?
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Here's my take; tried to keep it as natural as possible with slight tint of my interpretation of sunrise colours and not an overdone sky, keeping the interest on the amazing rock formations.
So I take it quite a fair bit of CR doesn't take humour very well?
Come on guys the poster was just having fun and well it's fun to see people throw out ideas.
Stop criticising so harshly. It's only a picture.
There you have it folks! A prototype photo of the new 100-400mm from Canon!
Canon EF 100-400 f/4-5.6 L IS II by Jan Jasinski, on Flickr
Sorry guys, it's a fake that I created
Although maybe the MKII will look something like this!
Why does the silver band on the lens say 200mm? If you wanna fake people out, you need to do a MUCH better job.
Sorry, but the attempt is pretty lame. If you're going to put up a fake 100-400, your fake should show focal length markings somewhere. No numbers around the zoom ring? More importantly, you're showing a non-extending zoom and it's too short to be 400mm (unless it's a DO lens, in which case you've got the wrong color stripe). Better luck next time.
I'd wait and save the cash until then. If the 7D2 is really good, then you won't even have to worry about upgrading to the 5D3 later.
5D2 if you regularly shoot and make large prints at ISO 1600 and above. OR if you have certain Canon lenses which really work best on FF (T/S; the fast wide primes like the 35 f/1.4).
7D for everything else.
No matter how many times people insist...just insist...there's a HUGE difference when they pixel peep at 300%, they cannot pick out 16x24 or 20x30 prints at ISO 100-800.
And $600 would make a big dent for lenses, either buying one you need out right, or getting you that much closer to one that's more expensive.
But...if you must buy a full frame, I can't imagine why anyone would buy a 5DII when the 6D can be had for essentially the same price and you aren't buying four year old technology. In fact, right now, a new 6D with the 24-105 kit lens is actually cheaper than a new 5DII with the same lens. (B&H and Adorama).