andrewins

andrewins

Joined on Sep 28, 2012

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On Just posted: Canon EOS 100D / Rebel SL1 Review article (366 comments in total)

As for me I want to buy it as a second DSLR camera. It will work fine on pair with my 60D.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 26, 2013 at 11:44 UTC as 75th comment
On Canon EOS 6D preview (1035 comments in total)
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andrewins: This camera will be a good choise for me. I shoot only with a central spot and don't need intervalometer :)
At this time I have 60D and few lenses: Canon: EF-S 60, EF-S 18-200, EF 100-400 and Tokina 11-16. I think I will keep 60D as a camera for macro- and telephotoscens and will use it with EF-S 60 and EF 100-400.

The 6D will serve as a landscape camera. But I will have to buy Canon EF 17-40 or Canon EF 16-35 lens for this purpose. Unfortunately that means that I will have to get rid of EF-S 18-200 and Tokina 11-16 :(

It is rather comfortable when you have two cameras for different kind of scenes at the same time. You don't need to change lens rapidly when you notice interesting bird or animal while taking pictures of a landscape.

The most best way would be three cameras among wich the third one would be also 60D attached to macro lens. But unfortunetely all this equipment together with tripods, filters, flashes requires one more unit... a person to carry all that stuff :(

2 JimSab and Abhijith Kannankavil:

Thank you for your opinions! It will be rather interesting to try Tokina 11-16 on FF.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 8, 2012 at 12:01 UTC
On Canon EOS 6D preview (1035 comments in total)

This camera will be a good choise for me. I shoot only with a central spot and don't need intervalometer :)
At this time I have 60D and few lenses: Canon: EF-S 60, EF-S 18-200, EF 100-400 and Tokina 11-16. I think I will keep 60D as a camera for macro- and telephotoscens and will use it with EF-S 60 and EF 100-400.

The 6D will serve as a landscape camera. But I will have to buy Canon EF 17-40 or Canon EF 16-35 lens for this purpose. Unfortunately that means that I will have to get rid of EF-S 18-200 and Tokina 11-16 :(

It is rather comfortable when you have two cameras for different kind of scenes at the same time. You don't need to change lens rapidly when you notice interesting bird or animal while taking pictures of a landscape.

The most best way would be three cameras among wich the third one would be also 60D attached to macro lens. But unfortunetely all this equipment together with tripods, filters, flashes requires one more unit... a person to carry all that stuff :(

Direct link | Posted on Sep 28, 2012 at 19:53 UTC as 157th comment | 3 replies
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