I like the second one, nice eyes!
I'm trying to find a reason NOT to do this:
Sell: 5D2, TS-E 24/3.5L II, 24-105/4L, 40/2.8
Buy: Oly OM-D, Oly 12/2, Pan/Leica 25/1.4, Oly 75/1.8
Size, weight, price and general flexibility seem to outweigh the advantages of an all-out DSLR system. I'm finding you have to dig pretty deep to find significant differences in IQ in practical use. Has anyone made this kind of change?
Qualifier: I'm not a full-time pro. I don't make my living in photography. It's only a small part of my job, but it's a huge part of my life. I shoot for the enjoyment of shooting: typically landscapes, nature, travel and cityscapes.
I bought a D800, and my fairly powerful PC could not handle editing of the raw files without taking excessive time to render the images. NR or other enhancements were painful. I edited a 500 image shoot, and that was enough for me. I've looked into the latest computers, but there is no major processing power improvements from my first generation i7 to the third one. I need 5X or 10X better for a 40mp raw file that opens to a 200+ MB file once in a editor.However this camera turns out, 5D3 owners will be burned.
For what reason? Unless you plan to buy another super computer for 46MP - raw file
Adorama's free shipping policy is fair and reasonable when it comes to returns. No business would give you free shipping on your returns, absolutely NONE; they may even charge you a re-stocking fee. The original poster owes Adorama an apology for his post. Please post an apology soon.I have no issue with Adorama's charge for returns, however, if I get a defective product, Amazon sends me a return label, and I do get free shipping from Amazon. I recently had to return a defective item to Newegg, and they also paid return shipping. So, yes, some major onliine sellers do pay for return shipping of defective products, but not if you just changed your mind.
It means some people still like out-of-focus photography.Or conversely, that some people know how to use their camera. The 5D MK II is one of the most accurately focusing cameras Canon has made, at least for the center point. I have had two of them, and both have very accurate autofocus.
You need to call Canon and ask for help, they will probably want you to return the camera. Leaving it sitting for a week is not really going to solve the issue.Any help would be appreciated.I Have the same problem, after updating to 1.1.1 for my Canon 60D, the camera won't turn on
Got a hold of a new 60d about a month ago, no problems, was enjoying learning to use the camera.
I noticed that it was running firmware 1.0.0 and decided to upgrade to 1.1.0
All seemed to go well, the camera showed the update complete screen and I pressed the <set> button as per the instructions....
LCD when dark, didn't think much of that, but I found that the unit fails to power on now!!
Tried removing the battery, without SD Card/ with SD card, with lens/without lens. Set the camera aside without the battery for about 10 minutes, still fails to power on.
Double checked the battery is fully charged
Is there a hard reset on the 60d? I don't see how the update could cause the unit to fail to power on.
As anyone come across this type of problem, or will it have to go to Canon?
thanks in advance
The problem isn't the battery or SD card, I have more of them and they work.
and I have tried everything else
Now i'll try to hard-reset the 60D by leaving it without it's battery for a week - and call canon
Hope someone can help
Yes, sony has disclosed their lens communical protocol to those other manufacturers - Sigma and Tamron. Surly, you did not think they meant Nikon, Canon, or Pentax.
It is supposedly a statement made by a Sony official: To offer a FF mirrorless camera body that can accommodate a large range of legacy and production lenses including those made by other manufacturers.