I fail to see the benefit of this marketing ploy, it destroys confidence rather than builds it, IMHO.
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1) internal design like the 70-300
A flexible sensor is very interesting ... they should start with B&W, as it would be easier (just one layer).
How about this one?
Hmmm seems like they had the exact same idea as I did. Who was first?
It does not matter to me. As long as such product exist, I am buying!
Yawn - I'm seriously considering a Sony Nex-6
A little too late I just sold a Sony Nex 6 and bought an M with both lenses.Don't belive all the hype I thought it sucked. The battery lasted about an hour the iq is not as good as the M.It's always is focusing and no way to turn it off andeats batteries like candy.It does focus a little faster for sure,but it's no SLR either.Also do any of you naysayers here actually own one?
T5i also has all cross type focus points.Yeah, but the Canon bashers do not want to see the positives.
I m new to this, ok I have 24-105 f/4L IS and 24-70 f.2.8L, which one should I sell, I only could keep one lens and want to keep the best
Thanks for help
How about this one?
18mm? What the heck is it with these idiotic lens makers. We've got the 17-55, 18-55, 18-135, 18-200, 18-270 and now 18-35. What do we have that starts at 24mm-equivalent? The only one I own - the 15-85IS.
f/1.8 sounds interesting, but not if it starts at 18mm!!!
When announced in late March, the Canon Rebel T5i Camera was forecast to hit the streets at the end of April. Well Canon have surpassed themselves...http://which-canon-camera.com/canon-rebel-t5i-available-for-immediate-shipping/
au contraire! I'd suggest the best single lens to take with either of your cameras is the 28-135is for the following
reasons. It's relatively cheap to buy - around $300 - but has good enough image quality that it has been a standard package zoom with many Canon bundles. It's relatively cheap to buy so you're not going to break the
bank if it's damaged or stolen. It doesn't weigh as much as some of the alternatives suggested here and most vacations I've been on involve a lot of walking without many "rest stops". You can sell it after your vacation if it doesn't fit nicely into your long range lens plan and you won't lose much, if any, money. If you decide to take the
50 crop sensor, the 18-135 is another similarly priced option.
Have you shot with it? With a 5D3, I don't think the OP wanted to sacrifice IQ. If IQ is not paramount, then an SX50 or SX40 P&S will serve the OP well.
Of course there's also the mechanical issue of sensor positioning & alignment to overcome...
My brother had a Nikon. I didn't want to buy a bigger Nikon than he had. With a Canon instead, I could have a more advanced model, and he could still look down at it, because it wasn't Nikon. Everybody happy!