EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: I just finished comparing my old 1Ds MkII (mark two!) and the new 5D MkIII« on: February 06, 2013, 01:37:26 AM »
very very "smart and scientific" comparison...
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Or you can look at it this way:
The 5DII was the successor to the 5D, and a great camera.
The 5DIII is the successor to the 5DIII, also a great camera.
Did you guys see the MTF chart on the Nikon???
Nikon without TC:
Nikon with TC
Here's the Canon to compare:
In Sweden the Nikon 600/4 is almost 5000USD cheaper than Canons 600mm
Why on earth do you think the street price will be higher on the Nikon 800mm than the Canons?
Why someone would talk about Nikon products on a Canon forum?
As soon as anyone mentions the opposition Canon fan boys jump in - sad really.
Read what the poster has to say and you might learn something.
For more than 10 years I shot event, product and wedding photography with Nikon equipment. I now specialize in wedding photography and like doing off camera flash when I can. When I saw that Canon announced the 600EX-RT flash with built in radios, I was very interested. After seeing some online previews, I ordered a pair of 600EX-RT and 5DIII. After a week of testing I loved how the flash system worked. The camera body seemed overall very similar to the D3s Nikon I was using as my primary camera in terms of image quality. I decided to shoot my next wedding with all Canon equipment. I took this image in the rain at my first (with Canon) wedding in early 2012. I sold all Nikon equipment when I got home.
If Canon don´t put a real replacement for the 1Ds on the market, they lose a lot of pros.
Great links, thanks!
Since recomposig sucks (visual-vacations.com dixit), I was just wondering how it all happens on a 6D.
Why would it be a 70D when the 7D is older?
So, it's also possible that the 7DII might get announced first for $1600-1800, while the 7D remains on sale for $1200.