« Last post by Eldar on Today at 04:58:50 AM »
Just picked it up
Actually this is the very point that seems to annoy a lot of people (including me): Canon *could* do better if they would want! But they don't see any pressing need because if you can milk the current tech until kingdom come, generating a lot of profit, it "forces" users who don't skip generations to buy gear again after the real upgrade to come.
Anyhow, good news is the competition is good for all of us and hopefully these companies wil continue building tools that we can enjoy. Here is a good article about the D750 written by Thom Hogan:
I though Hogan's article was good, and pointed out some of the flaws I see in Nikon's product naming and marketing strategy. It's schizophrenic, haphazard...sometimes just weird. But, I think Tom missed one thing: Many D750 buyers will simply be D700 owners looking for an upgrade. He couldn't seem to find a position for the D750...I think a key part of it's position is the logical upgrade for D700 owners.
Thanks for the review. You validate my purchase from my latest G.A.S. attack. LOL! (actually...I was able to purchase this lens & filter for what I sold my 16-35mm f/2.8 II & 82mm B+W filter for. So the new lens did not cost me anything. Canon did a nice job at keeping the price reasonable on the new lens).
I chose the B+W 77mm XS-Pro CLEAR MRC-Nano 010M Filter...and I am not noticing any increased vignetting.
Thanks! Glad you could find it useful.
How do you find the sharpness between the 16-35 F4 and the 16-35 2.8?
17mm f4L TS-E and 5DIII
Stopped watching after a few seconds. A photographer that uses a white background while wearing a white and blue t-shirt, and is himself very pale white. Weird. All far too bright, I would need sunglasses to watch that.
And not even a few seconds of intro to ease you into the video.
I will stick to TDP for my reviews as Bryan knows what he is doing.
Wasn't focusing on the t-shirt this time around, rather the lens
My comment had nothing to do with your choice of t-shirt. Seriously?! That's what you took from my comment. lol.
Choosing a bright white background like that is not wise. Plus you need a 2 or 3 second intro of something.
Very poor video, and I personally would not take any camera advice from someone that produces someone like that about a camera product.
Oh no... I'm heartbroken
You seem to have a problem taking constructive criticism.