« on: February 02, 2013, 10:39:46 PM »
You can see the exif information in DPP, but you can't watch the video. Pretty extensive information.
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Can anybody with Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II lens share what brand they use for UV filter?You do not need any UV-filter, buy the new protections filter with better coating against flare
Actually, what it does is take a larger image circle and refocus it into a smaller image circle that is brighter, and has the wider field of view.
And I guess someone explained why the speed booster wont work, it only gains the extra stop because of the distance it adds between the lens and sensor.
As always, buyer beware. This is most certainly a grey market camera (some people care about that, others don't) and this seller has a reputation of selling used cameras as new, or missing parts: http://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=bigvalueinc&iid=230828116912&de=off&items=25&which=negative&interval=30&_trkparms=negative_30I have a small business and sell on ebay. About 0.5 - 1% of the buyers act like total idiots, they expect much more than advertised. Many with a issue do not actually send a e-mail, they just think they did. Documenting it by using the ebay email system really helps.
The biggest issue is wrong addresses. A seller is going to ship to the address provided by ebay or Paypal, and a certain percentage have moved but not updated their address, or, they just plain do not know their correct address. Then, its the sellers fault for not knowing!!
I immediately correct any problems that are made known to me, but there are a lot of people who do not read and want something that was not offered or listed, then they complain.
Negative feedback goes with the territory. If a big seller has about 2% or less of issues, they are doing a reasonable job. If they were perfect, they would still have up to 1% negative feedback.
A little one sided, aren't we?
I like being a grownup. I get to make my own decisions...
Compact cameras will sell less and less as digital phones get better.Where have you been? Canon has mentioned this in their annual financial reports for at least the last two years, and so has Nikon. They are well aware of the trend to use camera phones rather than point and shoot cameras. That does not mean that P&S cameras don't sell, 80 million were produced in 2012.