« on: December 07, 2014, 05:55:42 AM »
I know only the one page describing DOF deeply: http://toothwalker.org/optics/dof.html
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hm... looks over-exposed to me and skin texture is just gone+1
I've got both....i use the 70-200 more, but the 200 2.0 makes the money shots+1
It is so much better in everything. The bokeh is a tream come true. It's even better than the 85 1.2 and the 135 2.0.
100% crop is like said here a few ways...
clip out a part of the full-sized shot...and dont resize it..
I use Faststone (a FREE photo utility you SHOULD have) for this stuff.. works great ...and on a series of photos keeps the same size you choose... for each consecutive pic...
in the 'Crop Board' use 'lossless crop to file'
you can set the size of the crop sample.....
the word sample is a hint....
... it automatically appends _cr to your native shot
so here is a recent Smith River Panorama ...with a 300x200 100% crop
hope that helps
I use Faststone to look over my RAW CF card sometimes... it CAN convert directly to jpg .. in a pinch...
it is VERY useful.....
Forgot to mention I shoot with a 6D.
I've shot with the Sigma and wasn't that impressed, but then again I was comparing it to the Canon. I don't want to pay that high of a price if similar image quality can be had with the Canon 1.8 at half the cost.
Hi there, can I see samples with this lens with 1D IV1.3x does not change the result significantly:
I can not imagine pictures on crop 1,3
or at leat explanation how it looks like.
thank you ...
I don't have the 200/2 (so why am I replying? ) but I don't understand this lens. The 70-200 is nearly as good, more versatile, smaller, lighter and cheaper. Other than for a few specialty uses why would you buy or use the 200? I think even the review here recently focused more on the use case of it being a good portrait lens. What else would you use the lens for?The reason you do not understand this lens is: "you do not have one".