hmmm... My t1i finally got surpassed in all of canons line up. Guess its time to start looking for an upgrade.
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Erm ... can somebody please explain - using small words - why this is a new camera model?
When a thread goes nuts, call out the squirrels
Fortunately, my P/S camera has "cat mode".
that's why we need all these "scene" auto modes: "shooting through airplane window", etc.
ha ha ha yes, they need to add more. water sports, tennis mode, football mode, ice hockey mode, portraits, portraits in snow, portraits during a lightning storm, portraits against a tornado 5 miles away, portraits against a tornado directly behind the subject 1 mile away, shooting through car window, shooting through airplane window, shooting birds going the opposite direction through a private jet window at noon at the altitude of 1.8 km going on 0.8 mach at 80 degrees eastern langitude, the same for birds travelling the same direction...
Manufacturers better get busy! What else are you paying 3000-6000 for...
Oh, and I printed a picture on the wrong side of the photopaper...
I'd like to see Canon change the range of the 100-400 to something like 200-500 and with the zoom range being reduced from 4X to 2.5X there could be a huge jump in IQ.
A couple of tips. Always shoot from a tripod with a level setup. Ideal height is about chest high. (Higher around kitchen counters and lower in bathrooms). A big one: try to include two corners of the room in the same frame. This will give the room perspective and not s feeling that two walls run out forever on either side. Practice tips and advice you get from others in your oen home. Practicing new tdchniques on the job is a bad idea. Just a few to get you started.
I would ask the realtor for some links to homes that she thinks were well photographed and study what they did. Always better to get an idea about what the customer likes to start - it eliminates some of the guessing. Then practice shooting your own place - how would you want it to appear in the MLS book.