well, the ergonomic look bad
PeterY: So the 600 EX RT can trigger this but not the other way around?
they had corrected, it can both way
can you tell me any reason to purchase e3-rt over this??
Lawrencew: Will we now start to see future Canon cameras with wireless transmitters built in, as well as the existing optical transmitter? Otherwise, another £200+ for a ST-E3-RT transmitter makes it an expensive 'system'.
Perhaps a feature of the coming 6D and 5D replacements?
Apart from that, its good to see the price hasn't increased over the current 430 (discounts aside). It may be more expensive than clones but IME it will be super reliable, and totally compatible with Canon products across the years.
I agree that it is expensive, however I dont see any rival yet, may be yongnuo with lower built quality as I hear around
very good improvement espesially for any portrait photographer by anymean.. Now if they release E3-RT with assist lamp then this setup will be perfect
Elliot H: whether it be a name brand or phony, "manufacturing cost"can't be more than 15. usd AT MOST
I will glad to purchase 10 from you errrrr may be 20
Wow.. I already have three of them, let wish I dont have the fake one. Anyway, I never got trouble yet.
Without properly flash setup its hard to get good result even for 1:1 magnification with 100 mm macro lens on my apsc dslr. For not moving subject and with tripod maybe still can get a good one, however this setup will not pocketable and very limited purpose since we will block our own light due to very close distance to subject. So I think this lens not so usable one
currently have 50 and 100 prime on apsc so it would be great for additional lens for my family portrait purpose. But not sure about weight
The Squire: OK, let me do the maths.
1/focal-length rule for shutter speed = 1/20005 stops of IS means I can hand hold at 1/60 and shoot at 2000mm.Seriously?Believe it when I see it.
for super focal length or super close like macro that calculation just not work
Conrad567: Metal construction. Weather sealed. Zooms to 84mm instead of 70mm while maintaining a constant 2.8 aperture all for less than 2/3 the price of the mighty Canon 24-70mm ii. (Which I own BTW) This also has a Filter thread of 77mm instead of the 82mm of the Canon. If it performs at least as good as the Canon or the FUJI 50-140mm then this lens will be a bargain.
It really seems to me that FUJI is trying to build professional type lenses in the hope of breaking into the fashion and wedding business. It will be interesting to see if it works. I have an X-T1 and 7 FUJI lenses. All of them are great lenses. Certainly expensive, at least when they are first released, but they do take a nice photo.
In what body did you put your 24-70 that makes it comparable to this new fuji's..???
DFPanno: What a laugh. Embarrassing really.
Everything is embarrassing until its done and success
left_i: Yeah! Auto ISO for manual mode.Looking forward to it being available in HK.
hydrospanner; there is situation when I want to control speed and aperture of camera and light change cant predict. Thats when I shoot my never stop kid outdoor. the best setting then is it
Henrik Herranen: Again, please, c'mon guys:Why isn't the sensor size in the list of "Key features"? Without sensor size the f-number doesn't tell, well, much anything. As camera enthusiasts you surely know this, so why isn't sensor size anywhere in this photography oriented site's article?
Example: a 1/2.3" sensor with an f/2.2 lens still collects slightly more light over the sensor area than a 1/3" sensor with an f/1.8 lens, and has a potential for slightly better low-light performance. Leaving sensor size out of the equation is quite misleading.
Here u come again....
quadraticadder: Dpreview states at the end of the article "the company claiming..." Can Dpreview produce an official claim made by the company? Did Dpreview check with Leica before publishing to find out whether the person who told them this was shooting their mouth off, and answering a question without knowing what the actual answer was? They could (should) have asked Leica for clarification first (without telling Leica the results of their investigation) before publication.Best,Steve
Seem you are smarter than people who run this site lol
If this is not suit for me then 5d mark iii still in the market. No need for silly complain.. no one force me to buy this though :)
finally they use number 4. I dont believe that mitos
It is time to briefly wait LX series with 20 mm f2.0. Go panasonic go..
what is ur lens? seem too soft for f8
does sigma has compact dedicated flash to combo with????