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Marsu42

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Re: Nikon D600
« Reply #45 on: May 25, 2012, 06:16:36 AM »
Well there is the 5DII + 24-105 option plus of course the 5DIII + 24-105. And the 7D which s a prosumer body at not much more than the 60D

Well, the 7d has dropped a lot since obviously the demand is low (I cannot find any other reason), when I got my 60d the 7d was much more expensive. And you're right about the 24-105, the key is really how Canon will handle the 5d2 - if you look at the 5d3 af, this is made to be used with a f2.8 lens, i.e. 24-70ii + some 70-200. But even if Canon couldn't care less about what people write in forums, I am sure they got the message by now.

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Re: Nikon D600
« Reply #45 on: May 25, 2012, 06:16:36 AM »

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Re: Nikon D600
« Reply #46 on: May 25, 2012, 06:27:44 AM »

 if you look at the 5d3 af, this is made to be used with a f2.8 lens, i.e. 24-70ii + some 70-200.

What makes you say that?

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Re: Nikon D600
« Reply #47 on: May 25, 2012, 06:34:51 AM »
What makes you say that?

From what I understand, the capability of the 5d3's af are depend heavily on the max. open aperture, or more and more af points loose part of the pattern detection - so if using say a 70-300L/4-5.6 you've got part of your af system disabled @300mm. It's ok to design it this way, and many promotion shots show the 5d3 with the 24-70ii or the 70-200/2.8.

On lesser bodies like the 60d, there are "sensitive" af points meaning that they control the focus more precisely, but the pattern (cross, double cross, ...) is independent meaning the manufacturer expects this af system to be used mainly with slower lenses.

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Re: Nikon D600
« Reply #48 on: May 25, 2012, 02:44:56 PM »

From what I understand, the capability of the 5d3's af are depend heavily on the max. open aperture, or more and more af points loose part of the pattern detection - so if using say a 70-300L/4-5.6 you've got part of your af system disabled @300mm. It's ok to design it this way, and many promotion shots show the 5d3 with the 24-70ii or the 70-200/2.8.

On lesser bodies like the 60d, there are "sensitive" af points meaning that they control the focus more precisely, but the pattern (cross, double cross, ...) is independent meaning the manufacturer expects this af system to be used mainly with slower lenses.

Actually, all 41 of the 5D3's cross-type AF points are sensitive to f/4. With f/2.8 glass, you're still "only" getting 41 cross-type points. Only the five double-cross-type points requires f/2.8 glass.

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Re: Nikon D600
« Reply #48 on: May 25, 2012, 02:44:56 PM »