+1 on the EF-S 15-85mm. From all I have read, a 16-35 on a crop camera will not give you better image quality.
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If you can't keep them in the viewfinder, a 1DX won't help eitheryeah that is not going to be easy - they are small and fast and AF will have a hard time focusing in low light. I'm also curious what others have got
The one I was trying to get was flying so erratically it was very difficult to even get this picture. I suppose a 400mm f2.8 on a 1dx might do the trick.
Yeah, it's weird, i don't know what's happening then, as I can't see anywhere on the page telling me it's either backordered or out of stockSame here, I don't see an out-of-stock notification
Here's what I see on my end as of this morning:
My wife looked at the schedule in complete Horror and asked just exactly what these places had for her, after some thought I added Japan, which seemed to make her Happy (Tokyo, Gucci, Hermes etc),I know Tokyo, but I've never heard of the other two places. Sure they are in Japan?
Your right! Awesome link. I would like to know what settings she used.If you click through the pictures on flickr, you can see gear she used and settings:
The front element of the 50/1.8 is set well back from the front of the mount and is well protected without the need for a filter. I do protect expensive lenses that have the front element flush with the mount, but that is just a personal foible. There is absolutely no need for a uv filter with the 50mm.Just to make it clear: If you want a filter to protect the front element of a lens, it doesn't have to be an UV filter. A clear filter works just fine. UV filters are sometimes easier to find, that's why they are also used for lenses on digital cameras.
OTOH, f/1.2 means not having to clean the house, because all the background clutter is rendered as a pleasing, colorful blur. Life lessons from someone with three kids.Are you recommending goggles made with two 85mm Ls?