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Discussion in 'Badminton Photography' started by Cheung, Sep 4, 2009.
1D MkIV + EF800MM F5.6 IS ? That's overkill for badminton, maybe EF400MM F2.8 IS USM ?
haha. mk4 is going to be outdated soon when the 1D X comes out.
but no. i am not getting a mk4. not planning to retire my mk3, in fact.
Since you mentioned the 1DX, are you even considering it?
no. but in the right direction...
no. i already mortgage my house for the mk3. don't have anymore to mortgage another one.
besides, i don't really think i will get much more out of it than the mk3.
Got to be the Sony NEX-5
or more accurately. the 5N.
one of the best image quality sensor, but in an incredibly small sized body. and pretty much any lens will fit on it.
here is how it looks attached to my 35L... kinda ridiculous but for now, i am not gonna be able to afford a proper m-mount 35mm.
^^ What the? You're practically holding and shooting with a lens!
i'd like to think of it as mounting the body to the lens.
this would be my ideal setup. the minor problem being the lens itself goes for around $5000....
second mortgage the house, haha!
the summicron is smaller.
the filter is just horrible on this lens. full with reflection!
yeah. that looks like a original leica single coated filter. probably cost a small fortune itself!
luckily, i am done with this kind of maniac. fooling around with exotic lenses. they dont really gave much impact in photographs.
tend to agree. but i do like their small sizes.
here is as exotic as i'd get for now. dusting off some old nikon primes. gonna use them during a friend's wedding tomorrow. trying to not look too ridiculous.
So, what's wrong with this one, then?
it would be rather uncool to draw attention away from the bride and groom!
Where's the beef?