ilumo wrote in post #18110117
I've been out of the game a long time, enjoying my 5D3, and the last huge debate a few years ago was how envious we were of the d800 and their DR, and how the 5d3 still has all that read noise/banding, etc. Does anyone know how the 5d4 is supposed to be? I saw posts mentioning that it should be similar to the 1DX II, and that has been out for a little while. so if that is that case, what can we extrapolate for the DR of 5d4? I would love to be able to shoot into the sun with no fill flash and still be able to get some recoverability, like the Nikons.
I was going to post similar earlier! A few years ago people wouldn't shut up about the Nikon D800 and it's 36MP with supreme ability to +5 shadows, while the 5D3 was a gimpy crap camera Well, 4 years later, I've seen so many amazing, tremendous photos from the 5D3... not sure what happened, because I thought everyone was using the much superior Nikon? Same thing in the present: I can't see anyone using the 5D4 when the Sony A7rII is available, Canon doesn't listen to anyone, 4 year old tech, video features video features video features video features videoasioope pioejieopwjweioj
AltgnJoey wrote in post #18110094
I've decided that a wide is a must buy for me, every wedding I've just been renting the 16-35, but I seriously need to upgrade my pc next. So renting the 16-35 will have to do for a little while longer.
I also have been noticing lately my 135l is clutching the key shots over my 70-200isii. Ugh. I could always sell the 70-200 but I love that lens for outdoor me time photos.
Just recently went through the 70-200 II debate myself; was debating b/w the 2.8 II and the f/4 IS + 135L. Kept the 2.8 after a couple of weeks, and after shooting an even this past weekend with it (and the 135L), firmly believe that both can have a role in a lineup. Was reminded just how stunning and versatile the venerable zoom is.