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Sep 05, 2012 16:52 |  #7126

Which 18-55 is it?

People tend to forget that the 18-55 IS is one of the sharpest lenses available. They either get caught up in the old non-IS 18-55 being terrible (it was) or they fear the "kit lens" moniker.


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Sep 05, 2012 21:46 |  #7127

Virto wrote in post #14950771 (external link)
I hate you for that price, and I'd buy it for that amount too. 91k is nothing, really, in the grand scheme of things.

Jelly? :p

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Sep 05, 2012 22:50 |  #7128

Only completely.

It doesn't even look like it's been dropped in gravel or anything. Lucky jerk.


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Christopher.Sullivan
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Sep 05, 2012 23:00 as a reply to  @ post 14951587 |  #7129

kay188 wrote in post #14949766 (external link)
You may shoot with 4, but I have 5 1D's and only use 2 of them at a time.

Can you teach me how to use 4 bodies at once?

never said all at once ;)

i shoot with a 5dmkII a 5dc a 40d and the 1d.


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Sep 05, 2012 23:24 |  #7130

Christopher.Sullivan wrote in post #14953558 (external link)
never said all at once ;)

i shoot with a 5dmkII a 5dc a 40d and the 1d.

You guys are not creative enough.. you have two hands AND two feet don't you??


Some bodies, some lenses, and that's all I'll list in case the wife sees this. ;)

  
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Sep 06, 2012 00:13 |  #7131

here is a pic of my daughter shot wide open at f4

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Sep 06, 2012 01:33 |  #7132

barronchung wrote in post #14953649 (external link)
You guys are not creative enough.. you have two hands AND two feet don't you??

... but only 2 eyes. :cool:


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Sep 06, 2012 16:40 as a reply to  @ kay188's post |  #7133

It is the 18-55 is. It came with my t2i




  
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Sep 11, 2012 15:02 as a reply to  @ inwardheel's post |  #7134

Shot at iso 3200 with some lightroom noise reduction.


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Sep 12, 2012 11:09 |  #7135

Classic 1D banding, but still good for 3200. The real issue with the 1D is that banding will start to appear as early as ISO 400.

Cutie pup, but I get that "find something to chew and destroy" vibe, lol.


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Sep 12, 2012 12:20 |  #7136

Virto wrote in post #14981337 (external link)
Classic 1D banding, but still good for 3200. The real issue with the 1D is that banding will start to appear as early as ISO 400.

Cutie pup, but I get that "find something to chew and destroy" vibe, lol.

I forgot to mention I cropped kind of heavily. I have seen banding at 400 but if the exposure is good it usually doesn't appear. It's just a matter of getting to know the camera. It tends to underexpose.

And thats albert he's a mush. He just wants to be petted, sit in the sun, and play. He always thinks he's gonna get in trouble when we raise our voice for the other dogs so lol. He literally could sleep all day though so he doesn't do it like his foster buddy with my family's shoes.




  
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Sep 13, 2012 03:36 |  #7137

Virto wrote in post #14981337 (external link)
Classic 1D banding, but still good for 3200. The real issue with the 1D is that banding will start to appear as early as ISO 400.

Cutie pup, but I get that "find something to chew and destroy" vibe, lol.

Banding on my old brick I only notice at over 800 and then it has to be in very low light situations where I should have used a speedlite anyway


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Sep 13, 2012 04:57 |  #7138

Finally got mines! Paid $270 for it.

Using it to shoot for a local dog rescue. Having so much fun using AI servo!!!
For my purpose, or anyone who wants to shoot action for online galleries, the 1D classic is superb value!
Can't wait to shoot some more dogs with my also newly purchased 300L!


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Sep 17, 2012 01:00 |  #7139

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Sep 21, 2012 18:50 as a reply to  @ goonico's post |  #7140

I couldn't help but take a snapshot of these two side by side :lol:

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