I'd say go back to basics, maybe read up again on shutter speed, aperture etc.
The only thing you'd get rusty on is maybe framing and a keen...
If you can hold off, maybe see how the full-frame mirrorless camera progresses.
Have a feeling the rest of the manufacturers will be bringing...
From what I've read, you'll need to shoot in cropped mode as you'll get heavy vignette.
I'm just glad the NEX-5 I have will finally be replaced....
Pretty sure it does.
There are videos on it already showing the focusing speed of EF lens -> Metabones adapter -> A7/R
Just pre-ordered he A7R to replace the original NEX-5.
Wonder how well the metabones adapter works with EF lenses.
oh gawd... some great photos on that site haha...
Thanks for sharing... made me cringe :p
WTF! was it Canon/Nikon? Or Sigma/Tamron?
Wow this thread is still going! :thumbup:
Now I feel like having a quarter pounder!
Nice price on those lights, wonder how many lumens.
Should make some ghetto modifiers for them :)
Anyone have any experience with these?
Looks like a knock off of the eye-fi.
Interesting that it supports N...
I would do this.
1. Import all photos in to lightroom.
2. Select all and export with predefined settings (which can include resize, jpg...
nice one. That's $1500 you didn't need to work for. :D
Good stuff ya3.
I don't even think the noise is an issue, adds to the overall image IMO.
Too many "technical" critics these days.
Get you mate to pay for a house with a nice pool :)
Or use a compact camera with custom WB and some hot lights from bunnings + DIY scrim.
EDIT: PS. What watch is it? :D
IE as in Internet Explorer? Is that browser version you're using support colour profiles?
Bring it round to mine and see if they look different. :)
17-40 would be my pick.
Don't think the 24 will be wide enough, esp since it's indoors.
Better to be safe than have to frame it so it's only one...
1-series any day if you ask me :)