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Some pictures are just begging to have speech bubbles photoshopped into them
Feel free to add yours
Thank you, Sir, Dear friend Mr. mrsfotografie.
Ha, Ha, Ha----Nor The Great--But The most
Crazyamazing Surapon, and 8 MM Fish eye Len on Canon 1DS MK I.
Have a great week end, Sir.
I definitely prefer the first one.
Maybe if you had processed the second like the first I would have liked it more, due to the tighter composition and engaging eyes.
Thank you for the comment and the Welcome to Canon Rumors . I tried to remove one of the images but without luck. I only wanted to post the one image but I somehow didn't watch what I was doing.
Here is our "PieDog".
This is my 1st. post, I hope you like it
I'm now on my third copy of the Sigma which is the best one out of the three. That being said, it is still nowhere near the performance of the 35L I had with regard to Autofocus accuracy and speed in all scenarios.
The 35L was the most accurately focusing lens I have ever owned. The sigma does decently well in good lighting. Still a tad slower than the Canon and a few more misses than I'd like. In decent lighting, the miss rate goes up a little. In less than desirable lighting, I have trouble getting it to focus on anything whereas the Canon would have had zero issues.
I currently have both the Sigma and the Canon 35/2 IS in the bag, and the Sigma continues to show it's inferiority with regard to AF.
To sum up, after buying two 35 Art that was absolute cr@p and owned 6 or 7 35 L's I would soo not buy another Sigma, but happy to own a 35 L again, hm, I might just buy one.
If you're looking for one of the best lenses ever made, outside of super tele, the 50 Art is incredible.
As described in the looking for big whites thread...
The problem with Canon updating the 400mm F5.6 is that currently it pretty much equals sharpness of all the other big white primes and 200-400mm at 400mm F5.6, its much smaller, lighter and 1/10th the price of many. With high ISO capabilities of the new gen of cameras high ISO you can get away with F5.6 its also useful when you need a little more DOF on FF. If they made a new one with weather sealing and IS it would reduce sales of the bigger whites even more. But then again would probably cost 200% more.
Same reason I'm guessing there is no 400mm F4 IS non DO because it would be smaller and lighter than the F2.8 and probably considerably cheaper, again with high ISO is F2.8 needed especially with the weight trade off. Only other reason for the F2.8 is for use with tele converters, that you can have a 800mm F5.6 or a 640 F4.
...though the older, small 24 & 28mm primes, if I recall correctly, have hideous vignetting which can only be considered "arty" or poor on ff... maybe some faster, small but affordable and ff-usable 16/20/24/28mm primes?
400 mm f/4 IS
400 mm f/5.6 IS
I would be seriously interested in either of these if they were to come to market.
Canon already produce the 400mm f4 DO IS lens and it is similarly built to L class. 400mm f5.6L with IS is my dream for travel light.
I miss a light-weight do-it-all zoom like the Nikon 28-300mm VR, it delivers very good IQ and sharpness. I have not tried the new tammy.
I also support the 12-24mm f4L and a low-CA 50mm f1.8-2 IS lens with similar built, IQ and sharpness to the excellent 35mm f2 IS.