5D MKIII with 70-300L
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Gino, it isn't 5-6 hours work, it is 5-6 hours on the wedding day at the same location as the couple, with probably another 5-6 in travel, getting gear ready, ingesting the files etc etc plus all the pre and post production work.
$2,000 is the budget end for stills and video, at that price I would probably look to get two separate people in for around $1,000 each to cover the event, this is really on the low side but you will probably find two better people than one good one that is working for so low a price. I would be very suspicious of any photographer who was offering that kind of package for that money.
Questions; ask to see their work, if you like it then keep talking. Ask for references from previous couples, at least five or six, and get in touch with them. Ask to see their contracts, good shooters have good contracts.
Other than that, just talk and play it by ear, but don't think for one second it is 5-6 hours work.
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Well, there is no such thing as : "I DO NOT have G.A.S". It is "I DO NOT have G.A.S NOW!"interested to see what 7D II has to offer.....
I think it is G.A.S.
What about the 1DX?
A dream no?
And the 16-35 f/4 IS?
choices choices choices......
Just for the record, I DO NOT have G.A.S....... I talked myself out of 600mm: http://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php?topic=19923.120
1D X would be a dream camera for many us(including myself). If I can talk myself into selling A7r + FE 55mm, then 1D X is within reach.....
Regardless how fast 7D II might be, I highly doubt I would add crop sensor to my kit. Anyways, still want to see the specs
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