The review was very positive, although it's hard for me to take a writer seriously when they spell supercedes "superseeds".
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Why on earth do you "hate" the 7D? That's such a strong word to use.So the Mark II over 7D even though I could invest extra lenses with the 7D?
Are there also any differences or whatsoever between US and EU models?
The 7D and 5D II are almost exactly the same, also, if you can't answer which you need the most you're boned. I hate the 7D, so yes. I'd always get the 5D II or a 1D.
this may sound retarded but here goesI've used the built-in Automator tool on my Macs to do mass file renaming in the past, but it takes a bit of learning to figure out how it works. It's a script programming tool.
I have been a long time windows user and changed to mac
Is there anyway to batch rename files in a mac without additional software
in windows its as simple as highlight all the files right click rename and it automatically add a sequential number to the name you give it. I cant seem to see anything on the mac that can do that
canon 60dYes, I'd say that getting a nice prime lens or two will help your sharpness issues. You also might want to see if microadjusting the focus for your 24-105mm lens would help with softness.
I think its great and wonder if its sharpness might be better served with a different lens. I was considering the 50 1.4 or 70-200 f4is to add reach. I am keeping it since due to a mistake with my local dealer i only paid $3570 out the door for the kit. Even any upcoming 70d ff option will not beat that deal. I don't have anymore ef mount lenses so i was just curious if anyone else felt the nikon was better if you were no longer invested in glass.
Ok. I get what you are saying. They sacrificed resolution for speed and iso performance. That doesn't help studio photographers who use 1ds3. I got cha. So what would you consider a good upgrade path? Is resolution the only benchmark you care about for a 1ds3 upgrade?As someone who has been torn between buying a used 1DS3 and a new 5D3, I'd say the things that made me NOT immediately buy the 1DS3 was the frame rate, LCD resolution and high ISO performance. These things have been addressed in the 5D3, but it still lacks the 1-series build quality, built in grip and lens drive performance. So... what I'm saying is if Canon were to update the 1DS3 with some of those nice little features that are in the 5D3, but keep all the good stuff like f/8 AF, etc, then that would be a great upgrade path IMHO.
Well, six minutes of watching the same buildings in a time-lapse over and over and over again. Sun goes up, sun goes down. Sun goes up, sun goes down. Sun goes up, sun goes down.can Nikon be as good as this?Dare I say it, but that video is rather dull, don't you think?
I would have liked to see less contrast and brighter complexion on your subject; especially around the eyes.+1