tbcass: Shooting bicycles, field Hockey and Track and Field is easy compared to Basketball where there is constant change of direction and people moving in and out of the scene. I've shot Baseball, Soccer, Lacrosse, bicycles, Hockey and Basketball. I find Basketball the hardest by far.
Bicycle are not easy, it needs a fast focus cause it keeps moving at you, and the moment you snap it, the rider is already out of focus cause he is going at full speed.It all depends of lens, condition and type of pics you want to take, in all fields
Segaman: Hahahahahaah, a flip screen
I agree on certain position that we need sometimes, but I prefer lay down and not having a Frankenstein camera!
Segaman: What is so extraordinary bout these shots?Gee, some people here never seen pics with a flash beforeAlso, any full frame can pull these shots, even the older models
I could sell my fuji xe2 and get a nikon.But i am not crazy bout the flip screen, i hate it and will never buy a camera with this feature, its plain ugly.If the D610 has the same IQ, then maybe.....What i like bout the fuji its that its lite......and looks great
dual12: Yuck...typical Canon.
Typical bad photos from dpreview.Typical answer fron a Nikon shooter or Sony
Yep, i really think flip screen dont belong on a full frame camera.
That is the whole thing, your main subject is the girls on the horse.I would have prefer to aim at a well exposed subject and the highlight would have clipped for sure....But cant have everything perfect, certainly not that look on this pic.Maybe i am too used to dark ground and well exposed sky hahahahaI know what you wanted to achieved, but like i said i am no fan of this result, sorryBut in the end, yes the job is well done
Sorry, i am not crazy bout them, there is something that i cant put my fingers on, maybe its the overall effect of the lady on horse that is not doing it for me.So if you lift it cause of the highlight....that must be it.Never was a fan of lifting in the first place.The sky looks well exposed but the rest seems out of place compared to it.a little weird,mbut could be because of that wide angle, and the depth of field
Would be nice that you do the same set of pics with all camera of this type for a overall feel.I am sure lots of people would like that.....specially the non-nikon users.
Maddrew: Gorgeous compositions and faultless techniques. Nikon should be paying Mr. Sanyal for these shots. Another great incremental product from Nikon as usual, but I wouldn't replace my D610 with it. Hopefully we will see a 36 MP sensor in this lighter form factor soon. I love my D800, but it's a little heavy to run around with for wedding events even with smaller zooms like the 24-120 F4 attached. There's no replacement for a 36 MP sensor when you need to cram 70 people into a wide shot under less than ideal lighting and then have it printed four to five feet wide.
Nikon are paying him
What is so extraordinary bout these shots?Gee, some people here never seen pics with a flash beforeAlso, any full frame can pull these shots, even the older models
Hahahahahaah, a flip screen
Segaman: Countdown to read trollers hating canon.Gee, you guys spreads wrong infos all over the net, I wonder why.If your camera is a lot better, why dont you guys go shoot some pics, instead of wasting your time and our time with your negative views.I am glad I dont have to you guys in the forum I go daily, really sad
Hey couscous,the camera is not even out.Remember how stuff are in theory but in real world they are pretty much equal.So if it fails, let it fail, why would you care anyway?Unless you got some money invested in canon.......
Countdown to read trollers hating canon.Gee, you guys spreads wrong infos all over the net, I wonder why.If your camera is a lot better, why dont you guys go shoot some pics, instead of wasting your time and our time with your negative views.I am glad I dont have to you guys in the forum I go daily, really sad
It will be a winner, and the people who trashes it, will be surprised, and frustrated.Gee, what a waste of time from these people.Canon is back.And it will sell
johndill: The lack of sensor innovation continues to disappoint
The 60 "likes" on this comment are sad at best, it will be a great piece of gear, with one the best autofocus for the price, we all know it, minus these 60 individuals who are .0000000000001 of canon consumers
Photo Van: I've had my 7D for the past 4.5 years and have enjoyed it very much. If the new model is half as good in regards to build quality, feel, responsiveness and, for us "just plain enthusiasts", fun factor, this new one is going to be absolutely fantastic - just like the 7D was when new. Hey, it doesn't cook eggs,(presumably) but it surely is a fine photographic tool that, I'm sure will reward the user with high DSLR performance for many years to come. I've only got 10,000 or so clicks on my 7D and never even upgraded the firmware and it has never had a hiccup.Buy a good camera and enjoy a good camera. Keep it for awhile and get to know it. Think of how long you used to keep your old film cameras. Five years is nothing.
It will blow away the original one, from the pics i have seen so far, and the AF looks fantastic, i am happy to have waited that long.
Scorehound: For those people who are trashing this camera, I have to wonder why. From my experience with the original 7D, at least from my perspective this camera takes the good points of the 7D and makes an already great camera better. Built in Intervalometer, 65 cross type AF points, Dual Digic 6 processors, 10fps shooting, Dual card slots, and the list goes on.
Why is it that when Canon releases a camera people on here complain about what it doesn't have, then when Canon gives them what they want they whine about something else? This camera is going to be very popular, especially among those who have experienced the 7D and have drooled over the thought of an upgrade to it. I for one am one of those people. And for $1800, what the hell is the problem?
These guys who are bitching are consumers, they dont shoot pictures......Too bad
ZAnton: I don't understand the whining. This is basically a Canon 5Dmk3 with better button layout and a tonns of DR at low ISO, and flipping screeen, and a 1000 $/€ cheaper (Nikons release price vs canon actual price) and a build in flash that works as a trigger, and 1 fps more (and same flash sync).Oh my Goooooood, it doesn't have 1/8000s! :'-( - are you f**** kidding me? Do you want to shoot snow @ f/1.4?Get a freaking polarizer or ND filter for 20 bucks and sh** the **** up!
How about a Canon, 7d2, you need speed man
zanton is using nikon gear, how impartial from him to compare stuff;0)
Gee, all this commotion for aperture setting in live view and a frame second.Oh yeah, a flipping screen.....that will sell.I think they just shot themselves in the foot with this new camera, who really need´s it when the D610 is $400 cheaper ?