Nice production, but the clip of the beach looked out of focus. I viewed it a second time, and perhaps it was just a extreme shallow depth of field. I thought it detracted somewhat from the whole, but overall, a impressive piece.
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You can rent very cheaply these days. Depending on the item, it takes between 20 - 30 rentals before you would have owned the item outright. For professional purposes, everything you buy should be bringing you additional profit either by doing something you couldn't otherwise or saving you time, etc..
That's certainly true for added lenses like some primes or an ultrawide, but as far as I understand it and what my (now professional) approach would/will be, I have to get the basic gear for myself and use it a lot so I am accustomed to it - and that would include at least the camera body and flash I asked about as well as the basic zoom lens.
Just a point of curiosity.
Why does anyone think Canon will create a new camera and call it a 70D?
Frankly, I'm bewildered by non-stop talk of a 70D camera. Where did this idea originate? Has there been some credible leak or a well-sourced rumor? Or is it all pure fantasy?
At this point, I leaning toward believing a 1DX may enter the realm of reality. But something called a 70D?
I send an email to canon UK for the problem and they send me How to fix it, http://www.canon.co.uk/Support/Consumer_Products/products/cameras/Digital_SLR/EOS_5D_Mark_III.aspx?faqtcmuri=tcm:14-917248&page=1&type=faq
Didn't work for me I still can't connect my camera to EOS Utility for remote shooting
Just called today to buy a 60D through the canon loyalty program...the sales guy said they are doing an annual inventory check that will take a few days. He said they started yesterday so probably won't be back up until Monday.
yeah but by all accounts the 24-120 isnt a very good lens especially vs the 24-105
perhaps doing it using the 24-70's and 70-200's
Just got my mk3 on Saturday and so far very impressed (moved up from a 40D).
I used my Kenko 300 DG 1.4x and 2x convertors individually and stacked together on my 300mm f2.8 IS and it focused fine though it did hunt a little with the two convertors stacked. With the convertors stacked together the EXIF data reported the combination as 300 + 1.4x. I'm guessing it will report whatever one is attached directly to the lens and "ignores" the one attached to the body.
Anyway, I'd only use them stacked for shots of the moon.
So there you go, the mk3 will focus at f8.