Wow, that's the way to do it Jack. P.Bing's bro.
Domke 1" gripper about $15
Very well seen and captured, wonderful color.
Much better than expected...http://jpgmag.com/photos/3374331
Mine arrived and I'm impressed. I'm using it on a cropped sensorand It's sharp, nice bokeh. I was concerned about the focal lengthbut it's very usable. It's amazing wide open. Hope my 17-40 doesn'tget too dusty.
liquidsquid: My goodness, there seems to be a heavy weight of fanboy in this thread. "I'm dumpin my m4/3, blah blah..." because it doesn't perform as well as a brand new sensor compared to an older one at ISO6400!
I mean come one already, judging at 6400??? Kinda defeats the purpose of all these fast lenses everyone is clamoring for. The last time I NEEDED 6400 was, um, wait, um... oh yeah pixel-peeping tests. Perhaps once or twice trying to get a decent shot of my son indoors at night with poor lighting out of 10's of thousands of shots I have taken with my camera.
So much more goes into a cam than IQ of the sensor. I still cannot believe how spoiled we have all become vs. film days.
p.s. Looking forward to the new Olympus which reportedly does NOT use a Panasonic sensor (and seems to have evidence of it based on the RAW samples) Wow.
With that said, this Canon does look pretty nice, just not my bag getting stuck with a single lens.
My Nikon F had asa 50 Agfa film in it and my shots were no betterthan my 10 megapix point and shoot. Think we all need a chill pill.