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- Aug 16, 2012
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Great. Lenses for rich people.
That’s not true for me either, I had for example the 35 L II and the 85 L IS with my 1dx2. And I actually switched because of the R, and the introduction of the RF50, but kept the 35 and 85 for a while. Not ONE second have I regretted the switch.Not true for everyone. If you are just talking price, maybe true for some with the current RF offerings and prices. But prices will come down just like they did for EF. Switching, for me, was all about the glass. I rented the RF 28-70 f/2L for ten days and just had to buy. That's all it took to convince me + Viggo showing me the sharpness of the RF 85mm f/1.2 at f/1.2. I can survive on those two lenses alone for a very long time (I'll have to. ) I don't need a speed demon of a camera and 30mp is fine for me. The R beats my former 5D Mark III. Sold it and all my EF glass. IBIS would be nice, but I know how to get the shutter speed up. There wasn't any IS on my 24-70 or 35 or the 400 f/5.6 when I had it.
I could very probably be wrong, but I think the current contraction of the camera market is also hitting the professionals (I am not) for many of the same reasons. The market got saturated over the years with the advent of digital and flooded with people who would never work in a darkroom, but are willing to do so with the digital equivalents like Photoshop, Lightroom, etc. Then there are those who think smartphone photos are good enough.Rather, lenses for pro photographers who should adjust their rates in the years accordingly. For the 24-70 there’s also a much more affordable f4 alternative, hopefully the wide angle and telezoom will get these options too. And affordable lightweight prime lenses like the 35.
I’m certainly not rich, but my car is 52 years old, my iMac is 10 years old and most of my clothes are at least 12-14 years old
Yup! Just about the same here, except I drive a 2016 Hyundai. I eat a lot of cheap chicken leg quarters ($6 for 10 lbs), Ramen, and wear my clothes until they are thread bare. My whole wardrobe consists of 2 pair of jeans and about 6 t-shirts+underwear and socks and shorts. My wife almost never goes shopping for clothes. When she does, she's happy with the clearance racks at Walmart.I’m certainly not rich, but my car is 52 years old, my iMac is 10 years old and most of my clothes are at least 12-14 years old