The storm arrives -
Oct 02, 2016 06:53 as a reply to post 18144537 |
Videltzi, northern Ukraine. A lake we stumbled across this afternoon[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/MFnvat]L1007204.jpg by Big_g2, on Flickr
Slavutych, northern Ukraine. Beautiful trees in town at the moment [IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/MmJVyj]L1007249.jpg by Big_g2, on Flickr
Leica - M (typ 240), M Monochrom (typ 246), Noctilux 50 f0.95, Summilux 50 f1.4 ASPH, Super Elmarit 18 f3.8, Summicron 35 f2, Summarit 35 f2.5
Joined Feb 2010
A Mile High
A couple of fall color shots in Colorado.
rejay14 wrote in post #18145775
I have funds to get the 1DXii or 5D4 right now. I used the 1DX (CPS Loaner) and a 400mm 2.8 (ditto) at a Special Olympics Event and received recognition for the best shot of the year in Ontario. Do you find any limitations with the 1DXii in landscape situations?
I can get the 1DXii for about $1500 more than the 5D4+grip, so not a huge difference. I am curious about the MP difference. Is there any real-life, obvious difference??? My biggest hesitation is the quiet shutter disaster on the 1DX series. I'd have to keep both the 5D3 and 7D2 as backups at weddings for the silent shutter, which is a Godsend. The 1DX was a freaking MP5 at events. Good to use, as long as there's plenty of background noise. It actually embarrassed me a few times due to the shutter sound.
Body:Canon EOS-1D x, Sony A7II
Joined Jun 2012
Summit County, Colorado
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