IF she isn't into it that much and is traveling then I would say a point n shoot is a better option.
If price is NOT a concern, which camera would you choose for weddings, engagements, & portraitures?
1DX or 5D III, and why?
nice agility shots.... when you use the 200/2 and monopod do you still have the IS enabled??
I find the startup time for the gyros can cause blurry pictures if I try to shoot to quickly...
most of you guys handhold to pan or take sports shots or do u use monopod for more stability?
I thought that all ISOs value where pushed from 100 ISO.
Sort of. But there's analog gain prior to the conversion to digital (which is what 'native ISO range' means), and there's digital gain after ADC (expanded ISO settings). I believe that 'tweener' ISOs are also digital manipulations of analog gain applied in full-stop increments.
Should I centered the bracelet not caring so much about the reflection and leaving more space for the text?... Now that I look, it seems a bit off.....
Perhaps the shadow direction?
ouch.. 6 out of 6 missed focus?? even my old historic 30D wouldn't do it.
using my 5d3 and the focus is nail on everytime (95%+).. my 1d2 is also very reliable at AF. hitting focus around 85%
I have the 24-70 and i think that lense is horrible at AF, most of my missed AF is from that lense, thus i rarely use it
Some people tested the f2.8 @ 135mm being sharper or at least similar to the 135 @f2.8
135L hands down. It's has less distortion, more compression, is much cheaper, and is Uber Sharp.
The 85L is awesome too but it still may distort faces alittle more when getting too close on FF and the bokeh is more "creamy" on this lens.
I prefer more compression but Distortion can look good on certain subjects.
Yeah but he already has the 70-200 II, which honestly is just as sharp as the 135L.