Sure, the same main board with dual digic processors, the same shutter, the same controls. Someone is playing games here.
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QuoteAgree the first looks best, but still off a bit maybe...
Thanks but when you say off a bit maybe, do you believe it is front or back focusing ?
I ordered a Nikon D800 from a local Dealer this morning. I have a ton of Canon Cameras and Gear, so I'll be replacing some lenses with Nikkor, but keeping my favorite ones to use with my 7D. I had sold my 5D MK II to finance something new, and tried a 5D MK III. Its a great camera, but I din't use most of the new features and returned it. I'm going to try landscape photography with the new Nikkor 14-24mm lens I ordered with it. My 7D will still be for product photoraphy and focal length limited use, and, of course, I could not part with my 35mmL, 100mmL, 135mmL or 100-400mmL. My other lenses, flash, TC's, etc will go on the block.
Grasping to straws if there is any reason for me to get a 5d3 instead of a 5d2 I'd like to get you opinions about the importance of the dual-card slot. Only the 5d3 has it, Nikon puts it even in consumer models like the d7000 which was very appreciated in reviews. The question is: What's it good for?
- Speed: on the 5d3, that can't be the reason because the sd slot is crippled and much slower than udma7 cf. Does it make a difference if writing hires jpeg to sd and raw to cf in comparison to writing both to cf like on the 5d2?
- Reliability: brides are said to be somewhat grumpy when your no-name budget cf card breaks without jpeg backup on a second card, if you are a high profile shooter this could even ruin your business. The question is: how large is the likehood of cf/sd cards breaking without being recoverable, and are there differences between brands?
You might want a sparkler to put highlights where you want them, otherwise, no reflections. I even have problems with reflections due to room lights.For tableware closeups, the TSE-90 is excellent. Lighting might be a big concern, reflections are killers.Even if I use a 3 light softbox set-up?