I've been playing around a little with this feature although I'm struggling to see how it can be of much use. Is anyone using it & getting benefit from the Multi Exposure Mode?
I recommend you don't upgrade your daughter's camera at this time.
The camera she has is all she needs for her classes
While I might have agreed with this "Wax On, Wax Off"...
B00MER S00NER wrote:
New to the forums. I've had my 60D for about a year now and looking a step up in lens IQ.
These are my current lenses.
Canon EFS 55-250
Do the new Canon STM IS lenses (18-55mm, 18-135mm, 55-250mm) work with the 650D? What about the 600D and 1100D?
STM support started with the 650D/T4i.
Just wondering if anyone else has had the same results? Otherwise I love the camera as a great addition to my 5D III.
Interesting. Can you try the same with your 5D3?
Thanks R2 and others! -- right now she has the Tokina 12-24 lens, the 55-250, 18-55 and the low cost 50mm fixed lens. Any suggesting on additions/changes to her lens stable if I get...
I should also mention that she will be shooting video for some classes.
The 70D with STM lens has no peer right now in the DSLR world for shooting video (with autofocus). Nothing...
The 70D's AF is up another notch entirely (an often overlooked and undervalued feature). IQ would be pretty similar though.
It would be interesting to see how the new 55-250...
Not enough to justify the expense. Especially since I would reach about the same result with a 2x extender on the 70-200.
Yup. Get a 1.4x TC when you want a bit of extra...
It seems to me that all the discussions about whether this protective lens is better that that protective lens (from another company) is nonsense. Would it not be better to back up...
I have a 600D and a Speedlite 580EX (first model) from the very end of the film era. When the 580EX is mounted on the hot shoe and I go to flash control / external...
Wm. L. wrote:
I am glad there's so much great competition but also very happy with my decision.
What a great way of putting it (big thumbs up).
I have a lot of friends who shoot other brands,...
The 7D, especially in combination with full understanding of its complex AF, is almost certainly still the better camera for BIF and wildlife and action / sports.
Agree, FF for the ops applications if the op can afford it. L glass built for FF. That is why I asked about the ops L glass, maybe the op can sell some glass to get to the 6d
Coming from Pentax, I really like the feature set, articulating screen, touch, video, etc. I just can't get over how plastic , cheap and unappealing the camera feels.
OTOH I just love...
Let's put the 70D into the mix and allow for the price.
How would the T4i, 60D stack up against the 70D in detail?
Obviously interested in 70D (currently with a T2i).
However in this case the newer AF technology of the T4i clearly outperforms that of the older 60D, especially important when shooting action.
60d for frame rate - eg,...
Newer technology at a lower price point is often the same as older technology
However in this case the newer AF technology of the T4i clearly outperforms that of the older 60D,...
I´ll waiting funrther comments/rekommendations.
I used to shoot a 50D, then tried to upgrade to a 7D when it came out. However I simply could not find one that would...
After half press and focus, when I make the full press it takes a fraction of second before firing. This delay is not normal.
Also, sometimes it fires 2 shots in a row when in...
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