i think this will be a good lighting gear bag~ you can roll along on location and strap your light stand to it
Paul Lazanov: My favourite in this challenge.This picture combines true emotions, right capture moment and old nostalgic feel.Was it shot on film, btw?
It was shot by a D3, I did edited a little to make it feel like film. As a film shooter i always like that look even to my digital images.
And Leica S lenses easily beat Nikon and Canon lenses for optical quality. The best Nikons and Canons are a joke compared to good Leica lenses.
yes and that's the reason why everyone else uses nikon and canon, i guess everyone want to achieve that soft look
Pritzl: I am one of those crop-sensor canon users this camera was supposed to entice to move to FF.
Apart from the fact that the sensor is full-frame (and barring an unlikely jump in quality from the "new" sensor) this camera offers me absolutely nothing. I mean it's sync-speed is worse than my T1i for crying out loud. I also lose the on-board flash with no significant improvement in AF, (spec-wise at least) handling or performance. (4.5fps, really?)
Unless it sells for some ridiculous price, I find myself seriously contemplating jumping ship.
Any Nikon users willing to explain to me the one thing that bugs me about Nikor lenses? Why is Nikon bokeh often so harsh?
i dont think you know what you are talking about. The most important aspect is the full frame sensor. This sensor will most likely offer better dynamic range and superior image quality. To differentiate it from 5d Mark iii, canon will not give you the full package that come with the mark iii. At the end of the day though you are getting the same kind of image that you get from a 5d mark iii.
Both Nikon and Canon produce great glass with excellent bokeh. You should check out , 85 1.4G, 135 F2 DC, 200 f2, 70-200 VR II.