What is more important to you?
1. Larger & Heavier FF gear that give higher quality photos
2. Smaller & lighter crop(1" etc...) gear that you enjoy carry and capture those special moments.
I'm 65% on #2 at this time in my life.
What type of photography that make you feel uncomfortable with? Why?
As a friend requested, I was a primary photographer in her family funeral. It was harder than I thought - not IQ or AF - it's more capturing those moments through viewfinder and editing the photos.
Just for fun ;)
Let's say tomorrow Canon releases medium format in DSLR and mirrorless, would you:
1. Jump on it and sell your current FF or crop gear
2. Add to your current FF or crop gear
Big questions: why? or Why not?
Look forward to hear your feedbacks.
Received my 70200GM yesterday. Photos don't seem to be "tack sharp" as Canon 70200f2.8 IS II in AF-C(Ai servo in Canon). Tracking moving subject(side to side, back to front) very well. I'm not sure if I got a bad copy or my firmware is out of date. I can see mirrorless outdoor sports shooters...
I have been shooting with AWB for years. I recently pushing myself manually adjusting Kelvin Temp in white balance. It does add another steps, however, I really like the results I'm getting :)
Do you use it? why?
Those who shoot/own/hand-on with this combo, I would appreciate if you can share your thoughts - af accuracy at f2, iq etc...don't mind seeing some photos either :)
Can exposure comp. be adjusted in M mode?
Thanks in advance
After having 2 girls, 8 & 5yrs, my wife and I thought we done with kids.....guess not. We just welcome new member to our family :)
Would like to share some photos with the world. It's a great time to have a camera around...
Got my GM lenses yesterday. Just want to share few test shots around the house. These were shot with A7r II + 85mm GM, wide open @ f1.4, AF-C mode(same as Ai Servo in Canon 1dx mode).
It reminds me my all time favorite Canon 85mm...
Just want to see what methods do you prefer when framing your photos. Do you prefer to frame your photos through OVF/EVF or back screen. Why?
I came from P&S, therefore, framing the shots through back screen is better for me. I recently look through my photos. Most of mirrorless photos seem to...
I received emails from CR members asked to share some photos from Batis lenses. My 2cents. I would highly recommend the Batis lenses to all a7 shooters - worth every penny. Look forward to see their 135mm or even 200mm f2.
These were shot with A7s + 85mm @ f1.8
Share your like and dislike features from A7r II
1. shutter and aperture dial feel cheap and small. Hard to turn
2. EVF not as good as A7s - especially shooting in low light. Has smearing look.
3. Don't see much benefits with back-illuminated Exmor R full-frame CMOS sensor with high...
What are the pros and cons between compressed and uncompressed RAW? At what point these two become good and bad for photography?
As an owner of Sony mirrorless and Canon DSLR, I can’t see the difference(s) between the two in PP through LR. What I do see is Raw file from Sony is...