« on: January 09, 2014, 08:25:23 AM »
Does Magic Lantern still work after the update?
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Yeah. Had my 70-200 ii delivered at work because FedEx would not redirect it to a local store. But, too many people see the stuff there. I don't worry about any dishonesty. I just don't want them to know I've spent that kind of $ on something.
USD 3,000 / per wedding price is too high. Clients are not interested in your experience, equipment, lighting equipment, insurance. They want to buy specific product - wedding photos. Nobody cares about your expenses. If someone is doing wedding photography during weekends, has a good equipment and required skills he / she is able to make wedding photos much cheaper.
Remember the 3.25" floppy disk? Apple was the first major computer manufacturer to drop those from its machines. Today, show me a PC laptop that has a floppy drive? Gone. Poof. Optical drives are next. Get with the times!
10'+ back is getting to be pretty far and no you don't have to be 5' or less
it's ridiculous all the talk about how you need 55" for even 1080p to matter, utter nonsense, the same people go on about how their 24" print looks so much better at 300ppi. My 24" 1920x1200 monitor looks grainy as hell after using my retina ipad for a little bit or looking at any printed magazine or book for a little bit.
and if you really want the full impact from video the screen should be fov filling, not a little box taking up a fraction of your vision from 20' away
Viewers can't tell the difference at normal viewing distance, you have to be close, like 5 ft or less. That's why video stores arrange them so that you will be close to the screen. At 10 ft, it makes no difference.
I'm not getting much feedback on lenses wider than 24.... people have said why don't you just shoot at 24, but fact is I want to shoot wider than that.... jury still out on UWA. I find 14mm (ie. Samyang/Rokinon) just too out there for me. Maybe there's a shortage of good lenses wider than 24 (for less than $2000)? Will nobody speak up for the 17-40? I want to shoot things at around 20mm.