I really dont understand this. The 5d MK IIs only disadvantage is the AF and drive speed, they both work hand in hand. You can get a 5D MK III for $3000 if you look around carefully.
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@nickuL lenses are described as: "these lenses use special optical technologies [such as] Ultra-low Dispersion UD glass, Super Low Dispersion glass, Fluorite elements, and Aspherical elements to truly push the optical envelope." AND they are drip proof, weather resistant, and have stone build quality.
Can you give me a definitive definition of what uniquely constitutes L glass?
What is the common factor other than L and the red stripe?
There are non Ls that are better than Ls and there are Ls that are better than anything.
It's not aspherics or apos. It's not flourite. It's not weather sealing.
(whisper this... it's mar-ket-ing)
I have owned and will own great L glass, I'm not dissing it.
Just the L glass bit, doesn't actually mean anything.
Doesn't stand for anything, represent, guarantee whatever.
I'm backing the small form compact high quality zoom for the Pro1 successor.
Unless it has a really tiny sensor like in the old days. Which would make about as much sense as a pentax Q.
That is.. not much.