Thanks, now just to save some money and get a longer lens. I had wanted a 300 f2.8 then a friend bought the Sigma 150-600 Sport and swears by it, but I have had undesirable results with the Sigma 70-200 and kinda told myself I would stick to Canon for my telephoto lenses but Iknow I want a lens longer than the 70-200 I tried aIa 100-400 ver 1 but II didn't like the push pull design or the sharpness.
i have another question similar to the camp fire shot, I took my daughter and a couple of her friends out for senior photos and the sky was,T blazing with color but it did have a nice orange stripe at the horizon ( orange is a school color so it would have been fitting ). But when I took the photo the sky washed out to a light blue. I think I made a couple of errors but I'm not sure.
1. Spot metering instead of evaluative and the camera read their faces and kind blew out the sky, not that it is all white but lighter, and their faces are a little under exposed so I think I blew that.
2. I should have used a fill flash, but I left my flash at home.
Thanks for any help.
Gary the new 100-400II is an amazing lens - and 'corrects' the push-pull design while being amazingly sharp. I had a go with a mate's sigma 150-600 on his D810 and was not that impressed. I am not sure what was going on but shots were very, very soft. I have a Sigma 120-300 OS, while there are absolutely zero complaints about sharpness and IQ, it simply cannot keep up with the canon in terms of keepers while AF servo tracking. Not to mention weight!