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I sold Canon EOS 60D today and will purchase a 5d tomorrow

 
moltengold
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Dec 09, 2013 04:15 |  #16

Congrats ! For the 5D
i bought the 5D2 ,5D3 and the 6D and sold them all
they are great in image quality
and too much expensive for me

i always remember my first camera which is the 60D
i was use it everyday and i like to shoot with it
with the FF bodies i feel im lazy to shoot one photo :)


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chongkiat
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Dec 09, 2013 08:42 |  #17

ISO 4000 , good enough

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Let go ahead with 5000

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not too bad , hmm , i think 60D ISO is more than enough for my need , and 17-55mm f2.8 stop me to upgrade to FF , sure i wish i have very good ISO performance on smaller body eg : A7 , sure it will cost alot , so just staying with what i have and satisfy using it :D

Let try some 6400?

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Yes , u need some post process on 6400 to make ur photo look good , details may lost but stil acceptable , unless u are pay photographer or u wish to PRINT it big :D

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