EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: A former Nikon user's thoughts on his first 24 hours with the 5D Mark III« on: May 13, 2012, 02:24:59 AM »
If anyone queries the noise on the pole dancer's legs, just tell them it's cellulite.
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You'll probably be better off with a 600EX RT in the long run.
I was thinking it would just tide me over.
270 has slave only capability off camera and range 28-50mm. It's your money!!
It works for me most of the time. I do have some problems when working in fairly bright environments from time to time. (But then not only my DG 610 Super but also my Canon 430EX has problems) I rarely use the built in flash though, most of the time I slap my Sigma Ringflash on my 7D and use that one for remote firing. That combination appears to be working better, but I am still not 100% satisfied with it. I think it's time to get a radio operated remote controller for my flashes.
while the double Gauss has flaws, it delivers very good performance even in basic designs. And the design here is not a classic double Gauss. The back part is quite different. Also, it's only f2, not very fast for a 50 mm. That plus the liberal use of expensive glass types should do it.
my guess is Canon could produce the same for 2k. it's just a matter of market.
Yes that can happen, but it's only when you push the lens to extremes, and with that knowledge any user should with minimal adjustment be able to work around to prevent it, and not looking for a cure in post production.