I drag the shutter all the time but having color lines that go across the subject are not something I often see. Strange. Thanks anyway!
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My wife actually pushes on me the other way.
I keep equipment for a long time and only upgrade when it's a BIG upgrade. I have a 20D and a 5D, and am finally looking to upgrade.
When I pointed out that I could get a 70D instead of a 7DII for a lot less, my wife asked why I would get something a little less good when I primarily use that camera for high-speed action and the 7DII is built for exactly that.
Okay, so she has a point.
The 5D replacement will be a 6D or a 5DIV, but not a 5DIII. The 6D is actually better suited than a 5DIII for my application for that camera, so we didn't have a disagreement there. But if the 5DIV is even better suited than the 6D, and it comes out in time, then she wants me to get that one instead. We'll see about that.
I like the last photo (blue tint) the best!
......OP's total active time as a CR member is less than two minutes.
The trolls post to literally waste time and stir the pot. They enjoy watching a fire storm ensue with the established members and see how far things go.....
The guy never hung around or came back to see what responses were generated.
A lot of ridiculous threads of late.
I was pointing to his web site that touted a career as a C programmer but he had no clue what the missing DLL meant.
Cotton Carrier vest (backpack compatible) - I love this item. CC also has a backpack strap attachment that allows you to mount the camera to the backpack strap, but I would think that is more for compacts. The vest allows me to carry a DSLR with 180mm f/3.5L or 400 f/5.6L mounted, its weight near my center of gravity, the camera not flopping around, both of my hands free for hiking poles, scrambling, etc. Now G-d forbid I should trip and fall on my chest - but there are risks with any highly accessible carrying system.