Which camera will it mainly be for, the 6D or 60D?
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I actually think "banning" someone is itself kind of childish and needs to be reserved for extreme cases.
canon-f1 informed he has registered a new account and will use that one from now on.
so the thread can be closed.
After spending quite a bit of time standing on a rock in the middle of a swamp I was happy to have been able to capture these shots of Dragonflys.
I got many shots of them resting on bits of grass, but what I was really after was shots of them in flight.
I was using my 7D with an old ef-s 55-250mm lens.
I remember a canon experimental camera from a while ago, a weird white spaceship looking thing, talking about the future of photography being the imager videoing the subject then selecting the best frames. This is NOT a direction I want things going;
... I was just wondering if I can use contrast af for shooting test charts after getting a new lens, or if I have to take multiple exposures to allow for some af error - but as I understand now high-contrast b/w charts should achieve good focus.
In FoCal's test, the rather big surprise is how inaccurate and variable contrast-detect AF is on both the 5DII and the 7D.I didn't know that and expected my 60d af to be always spot on - is this your personal experience or do you have sources on that? Afaik even lensrentals uses contrast af as the comparison for perfect af accuracy?
85L at 7.1. What a waste!!!
The main point is that you should buy from a established dealer.