You guys are being waay too philosophical here...if it sells and makes beaucoup dollars, it's a great image.
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FWIW, if your 300/2.8 is the IS version (either one), leave IS turned on when on the tripod - it has a tripod-sensing IS, and a secondary IS mode that damps mirror slap at shutter speeds where that's an issue.That's what I thought, but the rep mentioned that sometimes it's functioning is sometimes less than reliable.??
I am not going to apologize for seeing an opportunity which would by to my benefitNo, I don't suppose that you would...just as you wouldn't try to return a lost wallet. I would hope, however, that you are in the minority, in regard to your ethical value system. Profiting from someone's mistakes indicates a very low self worth.