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Jan 26, 2016 10:16 |  #16

SD cards are dirt cheap. Non issue to me if you're spending that much on a body.


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Jan 26, 2016 10:20 as a reply to  @ post 17873531 |  #17

5D Mark III also use SD card. Camera has both. Card isnt the issue. Plus SD card is cheap anyway.


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Jan 26, 2016 10:23 |  #18

Cost of memory is not the only factor.


  • Too bad Rob Galbraith tests of CF and SD memory in various bodies is no longer current...it has long been shown that SD is considerably slower than CF in clearing the camera's full buffer. If the tests were kept current, perhaps the world would be more aware of the SD handicap in keeping up with large pixel counts and frame rates.
  • A backup camera is better when it uses the same accessories as the item which it is backing up. Having to keep both CF and SD, and separate the 'empty' vs. 'full' ones, is more burdensome when dealing with two types.

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Jan 26, 2016 11:31 |  #19

johnlo wrote in post #17873466 (external link)
7D Mark II sounds like an awesome idea. But I'm not looking to spent that much.

I understood that, but Teamspeed and I would have been remiss if we didn't at least mention it. I would hate for you to get a Rebel or 70D and then regret not at least considering the 7D2 first. That is not a criticism of the 70D or the Rebels, which will all do the job admirably. But they are just not in the same league that you are used to when it comes to the build and the overall feel and control.


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Jan 26, 2016 12:01 |  #20

johnlo wrote in post #17873466 (external link)
7D Mark II sounds like an awesome idea. But I'm not looking to spent that much.

Get the 7D Mark II DSLR Camera with PIXMA PRO-100 Printer Kit from B and H for $1,549.00
Mail-in rebate for $350.00 and the price is down to $1199.00
Sell the printer for anything and the net cost will be so close to your max budget of $1,000 that the 7D Mark II must be considered.

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Jan 26, 2016 12:03 |  #21

70D


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Jan 26, 2016 12:32 |  #22

Craign wrote in post #17873666 (external link)
Get the 7D Mark II DSLR Camera with PIXMA PRO-100 Printer Kit from B and H for $1,549.00
Mail-in rebate for $350.00 and the price is down to $1199.00
Sell the printer for anything and the net cost will be so close to your max budget of $1,000 that the 7D Mark II must be considered.

Some of us enjoy helping people spend their money.:-)

Sounds like a plan.


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Jan 26, 2016 13:45 |  #23

I think you may soon regret buying anything other than a 7D2. It will compliment the 5D3 in every way.
I have both the 70D and the 7D2, and altho the 70D is a great camera the 7D2 is much better.


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