« on: June 07, 2014, 08:23:07 PM »
You can write an OS script to transfer all your files automatically so you won't miss anything. Just one click, all your files are transferred. I can write one if you want one.
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gezz i can't go for all lens now
1) EF 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM or
EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM 2) EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USMLATER
3) EF 35mm f/2
i think i will go for these 2 now , also guys
i saw some reviews about this lens EF 24-70mm f/4L IS USM they said it's also good on sharpness and contrast , only different is the 1 F-stop more light
for me i want to shoot landscape, building, street , desert ...etc maybe some portrait of my kids
Do i need flash ? for the camera , i may use some shoots at night near lake or something
Speedlite 600EX-RT , and which remote is good to use the camera
i know i ask so much here but i need to start in good shape
Those 3 cameras you mentioned just have the same IQ as the T3i. I'd rather buy a 5D and a 24-105L lens. But since you want video, then starting with the 50D sounds a little bit better if you are really not into sports. You can invest the 300bucks into a good landscape/video lens such as the new 10-18mm IS. If you are buying APS-C, don't forget to buy also the kit lens 18-55 IS (STM if possible) as they are light and a good value for money. It also has a very good IQ. Good luck with whatever your decision will be.You forgot that 50D does not have video recording?
I recently traded in my 7D for a mint 1D Mk1v and have not regretted for one moment. Noise control is probably as much as 2.5 stops better than the 7D. It is quicker has better IQ and handles brilliantly. Don't miss the 1.6 crop on the 7D, the APH sensor just rocks.
I also have the 5D MK111 and whilst the 1V cannot quite match the image quality it still delivers amazing images.
The 1v is used for wildlife whereas the 5d is used for landscape, perfect.
I wish the 1DX could change crop factor like Nikon.+1
Fyi: Even 12800 is only digitally amplified, the highest analog setting on 5d3 is 6400 and on 6d 3200 with 6400 being already very much on the digital side. See the Magic Lantern forum, they recently researched a lot about the various amplification stages esp. on 5d3 to gain more dynamic range and reduce noise.
Very interesting! Do you have any source I could study on the subject?
Is there a benefit in using the expanded ISO range vs the Native ones?
What do you use?
I notice that nobody has said "I'll run out and get an iPad and a GoPro".... yet sadly enough, for what I need tomorrow night, that would be my first acquisition.....