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Feb 21, 2013 08:54 |  #9511

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Oh how I love the golden hour light especially when I have subjects like these Bald Eagles. Hopefully the beauty of these birds comes across in my images.

It most certainly does..... always get that "wow" feeling when one of your eagle shots gets posted....


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Feb 21, 2013 09:16 |  #9512

I just posted this in the T2i/T3i/60D/7D

Nikon just announced the D7100... body only price is $1200
Canon's 7D ii body only price is speculated at $2100. I hope Canon lowers the price... I doubt it would go as low as $1200 but knock some of it off at least.

The 7D and the D7000 were pretty close but the 7D was definitely better for most peoples' needs. Maybe Nikon is making a new DX format body that will compete directly against the 7D ii and will be priced accordingly. I hope Canon isn't stupid enough to price their camera body almost $1000 higher than their closest competitor.


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Feb 21, 2013 09:18 |  #9513

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How fast shutter speed would you need to completely freeze the wings too?

My shutter speed on this one was 1/2500 and I know that at least 1000 or more. I shot this in manual mode in F4.0


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Feb 21, 2013 11:17 |  #9514

Marm O. Set wrote in post #15635545 (external link)
I just posted this in the T2i/T3i/60D/7D

Nikon just announced the D7100... body only price is $1200
Canon's 7D ii body only price is speculated at $2100. I hope Canon lowers the price... I doubt it would go as low as $1200 but knock some of it off at least.

The 7D and the D7000 were pretty close but the 7D was definitely better for most peoples' needs. Maybe Nikon is making a new DX format body that will compete directly against the 7D ii and will be priced accordingly. I hope Canon isn't stupid enough to price their camera body almost $1000 higher than their closest competitor.

If the 7D2 comes out with the same 61-point AF, dual cards (hopefully CF), 10fps, and if the rumored built-in wifi is there... then the D7100 is nowhere near it's "closest competitor" anymore. There's a lot more that goes into designing a shutter to withstand 10fps and an AF system (though already designed for use in 1DX) to track at 10fps. The biggest question (at least for me) would be how big of a buffer to sustain 10fps. If the buffer only takes 15-20 shots, a 2 second burst seems insufficient for serious tracking. But that's just my opinion.

I'm more surprised that Nikon seemingly gave up on the D400. They led the charge initially with the D300 and then seemingly gave away the spot to Canon.

Don't get me wrong, I'm glad that Nikon's putting the amount of features into a $1200 body. Having good competition only benefits the consumers.


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Feb 21, 2013 12:17 |  #9515

I read in canon rumors that the 7d mark II is like a mini 1dx now I like the sounds of that. It was like when the t2i was called baby 7d or mini 7d.

But honestly I don't see myself upgrading from 7d to 7d II, I care about the AF and burst mode only and so far since the new firmware upgrade I've been really happy.


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Feb 21, 2013 12:26 |  #9516

Thanks Peter
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and great shots Troy and all


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Feb 21, 2013 13:04 |  #9517

jwcdds wrote in post #15636006 (external link)
If the 7D2 comes out with the same 61-point AF, dual cards (hopefully CF), 10fps, and if the rumored built-in wifi is there... then the D7100 is nowhere near it's "closest competitor" anymore. There's a lot more that goes into designing a shutter to withstand 10fps and an AF system (though already designed for use in 1DX) to track at 10fps. The biggest question (at least for me) would be how big of a buffer to sustain 10fps. If the buffer only takes 15-20 shots, a 2 second burst seems insufficient for serious tracking. But that's just my opinion.

I'm more surprised that Nikon seemingly gave up on the D400. They led the charge initially with the D300 and then seemingly gave away the spot to Canon.

Don't get me wrong, I'm glad that Nikon's putting the amount of features into a $1200 body. Having good competition only benefits the consumers.

Good points. I think Nikon has a 7D II of their own (D400?) in the works. The way you described it makes sense. The D7100 sounds like a great body. But not a competitor to the 7D II.

Peter2516 wrote in post #15636242 (external link)
I read in canon rumors that the 7d mark II is like a mini 1dx now I like the sounds of that. It was like when the t2i was called baby 7d or mini 7d.

But honestly I don't see myself upgrading from 7d to 7d II, I care about the AF and burst mode only and so far since the new firmware upgrade I've been really happy.

I don't see myself going for a 7D II either. maybe the 7D III ;)

Yeah, mini 1DX, i read that too. It makes sense... especially since it doesn't appear they will continue with the 1.3 APS-H sensor in a 1D body. Is the 7D II going to be APS-H? That is my theory. Beef up the current sensor, give it slightly better IQ, enlarge it's borders enough to make it APS-H, call it a 7D II. Keep the 1D "full frame" and the 7D APS-H.

That's the way I see it going. I don't know how I feel about it. I'm probably wrong... Canon rumors specifically said APS-C but that doesn't necessarily mean anything...


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Feb 21, 2013 14:34 |  #9518
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When I had a 7D + 17-55

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Feb 21, 2013 14:48 |  #9519

These look great! The 17-55 is such a good lens, the only disappointment is it's only for crop bodies.


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Feb 21, 2013 15:00 |  #9520

Marm O. Set wrote in post #15636418 (external link)
Good points. I think Nikon has a 7D II of their own (D400?) in the works. The way you described it makes sense. The D7100 sounds like a great body. But not a competitor to the 7D II.

I don't see myself going for a 7D II either. maybe the 7D III ;)

Yeah, mini 1DX, i read that too. It makes sense... especially since it doesn't appear they will continue with the 1.3 APS-H sensor in a 1D body. Is the 7D II going to be APS-H? That is my theory. Beef up the current sensor, give it slightly better IQ, enlarge it's borders enough to make it APS-H, call it a 7D II. Keep the 1D "full frame" and the 7D APS-H.


That's the way I see it going. I don't know how I feel about it. I'm probably wrong... Canon rumors specifically said APS-C but that doesn't necessarily mean anything...


That is exactly what my hopes are. Don't think we'll see that but it would be awesome. Make it a 1D MKIV in a 7D frame.


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Feb 21, 2013 16:09 |  #9521

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Feb 21, 2013 20:09 as a reply to  @ moltengold's post |  #9522

It is pretty cool to see bald eagles fishing, but one of the coolest things is when they take a glance down to check on their catch.

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Feb 21, 2013 20:50 |  #9523

mattymx wrote in post #15636875 (external link)
That is exactly what my hopes are. Don't think we'll see that but it would be awesome. Make it a 1D MKIV in a 7D frame.

That's what i'm hoping for. I really want good performance and IQ on the 7D2 so I can finally upgrade without having to spend 3k for the 5D3 and another 700$ for a 17-40L. I'm praying the 7D2 will be under 2k or around that mark so I could also upgrade to a 300 f/2.8L :D
A 1.3x crop 7D II would be great IMO but if my 10-22 wouldn't be compatible on a new sensor then that would kinda suck, although I could pretty much trade my 10-22 in that case or sell it for a similar price of the 17-40.
We'll see, Canon just has to get their sh*t together and if they need the time to create an excellent performer then let it be, although it would be great to have that new line up in time for summer.


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Feb 21, 2013 20:53 |  #9524

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after the cruise wife and I walked around Ft. Lauderdale near the port.
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