Got a chance to sit sideline at an NBA game. The camera rules indicated on the ticket were that no detachable lens camera/ lens combinations were allowed, and there were plenty of security types prowling the court when play was not in progress.
So I thought that the EOS-M and a 24-70 lens might sneak by, and it did. Needless to say no flashes were allowed either, but the light was surprisingly good.
I prefocused on the basket and tried to catch action that occurred around the net the best shot is below. Surprisingly the 24-70f 2.8 was almost enough lens. The pros that were shooting the game were firing the 1dx and what looked like a 200f2. Rebound photo ƒ/2.8 50.0 mm 1/800 800 Shutter speed priority AE
And a second one showing static crowd picture: https://www.flickr.com/photos/56580542@N05/13906821583/
« Last Edit: April 16, 2014, 10:49:38 PM by applecider »
AE-1, T90,EOS Elan 7e, EOS-M, 7D, 5D3, 1dx, ef40 2.8, ef 85 1.2ii, ef100 is 2.8 macro, ef300 2.8ii, ef400 2.8ii, ef600 is ii usm, ef8-15 f4, ef16-35 ii, ef24-70 ii, ef 24-105, ef 70-200, 2xext ii, 2xext iii, 1.4x ext iii.