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Lenses / Making the most out of a 50 1.2?
« on: December 24, 2012, 01:35:07 PM »
Our family finally entered the world of L primes for Christmas and I was wondering how we can make the most out of a 50mm 1.2?

I used it on my Dad's 1Ds3 yesterday and took a picture of the darkest part of our house and when we saw it, tears were shed at its awesomeness. ;)

EOS Bodies - For Stills / 5D2 Dust :|
« on: November 12, 2012, 10:39:30 AM »
Um. There's this fadish black dot on the bottom right quarter on the picture every time I take one. I cleaned the front of my 24-105 and it was still there. So I changed it to my 50mm, took a picture it was still there.
My dad used his air blower thingy on the mirror and it still didn't work.

Any advice? x-x Thanks

EOS Bodies - For Stills / Alaska: 5D2 or 1D4
« on: November 01, 2012, 09:02:08 AM »
Hi everyone :D

I'm a high school senior right now and my dad got me a 5D2 because I take pictures for a lot of school organizations and I just upgraded from a 40D last year and I might be going to University of Alaska Fairbanks next year. (I'm in California right now, so my parents are talking about me freezing my butt off.)

I remember hearing that the 5D2 isn't as weatherproof as a 1-series, so do you think I should invest in a 1D4 if I actually intend on continuing to take pictures in Alaska? My dad says he'll willingly take my 5D2 and get me a 1D4 instead of him getting his 1Dx since he doesn't have too much time to take pictures anyways.

Thanks in advance!
Luke Lau

EOS Bodies / EOS-M Body Only?
« on: September 15, 2012, 11:52:07 PM »
Sorry >_< I'm pretty sure in the time that it's been announced somebody has asked this question.

But will Canon sell the M as a body only camera? I don't really need the lenses that it comes with and I'd rather just purchase the M with the EF connector so I can put a 24-70 I on it or my 24-105 to use it with.

Thanks! :D

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