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    Poll: Haven't posted in a while, but I have to say I...

    Haven't posted in a while, but I have to say I love that shot by Pat. That's what I wish all of my ocean shots would look like, but they never do :)
  2. That moon shot was cool, but it was kind of...

    That moon shot was cool, but it was kind of blurry. I was much more impressed with the skill of the photographer than the quality of the lens on that one. (Almost surely the blurriness was the fault...
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    IMO Point Lobos is an amazing place for...

    IMO Point Lobos is an amazing place for photography (and just to be). But the whole coast around there is amazing.
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    I really love that Yellow Balsamroot in Shadow,...

    I really love that Yellow Balsamroot in Shadow, Erno.
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    Poll: Well, bgood, the Ethereal Corpse is easily the...

    Well, bgood, the Ethereal Corpse is easily the best entry so far. (It seems you've scared away the competition!)
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    Really nice! IMO the lighting and framing are...

    Really nice! IMO the lighting and framing are great. Both subject and photographer should be proud :)
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    I'm not sure I agree that the bokeh of the 50 is...

    I'm not sure I agree that the bokeh of the 50 is "not that great as 85mm". I think the 50 f/1.2 has awesome bokeh.
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    Such a lens would indeed be a beast. I doubt it...

    Such a lens would indeed be a beast. I doubt it would cost under $40K, but what do I know?

    Still, it is fun to day dream...
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    That's cool!

    That's cool!
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    I wish mine (pies and pictures of them) turned...

    I wish mine (pies and pictures of them) turned out so well.
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    Congrats, Dave. I think you'll be very happy...

    Congrats, Dave. I think you'll be very happy with it.
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    You may be crazy, Dave, but not because you want...

    You may be crazy, Dave, but not because you want a bigger monitor.

    I got a dell 30" for exactly the same reason and it is great. It's hard to appreciate the quality of a high mp picture with a...
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    It looks pretty good to me at 24mm. Less...

    It looks pretty good to me at 24mm. Less impressive at the other end.
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    I mean more than the 5Dc. One often sees ugly...

    I mean more than the 5Dc. One often sees ugly pattern noise before seeing much photon noise. But this is in part because the photon noise is so low (and, of course, because the read noise is not...
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    The 5DII has more chroma and pattern noise...

    The 5DII has more chroma and pattern noise relative to the amount of photon noise, which is definitely non-film like. But overall, the noise is so low that most would see this as an advantage rather...
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    Poll: Nice one, Ham.

    Nice one, Ham.
  17. I am absolutely happy with my 5DIII, though I...

    I am absolutely happy with my 5DIII, though I wouldn't say IQ is considerably improved (except in very low light). The big difference is the autofocus. I loved my 5DII, but got tired of using only...
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    The 5DII is a little expensive, yes, but I don't...

    The 5DII is a little expensive, yes, but I don't think it is any more complicated than the 7D.
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    It is a big lens compared to the rebel. I didn't...

    It is a big lens compared to the rebel. I didn't mind at the time, but today I might try it with a battery grip.

    As for small rooms, there might be a problem with working distance- that's...
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    I used to use the 70-200 f/4 (non IS) and a rebel...

    I used to use the 70-200 f/4 (non IS) and a rebel to take pictures of my son when he was a baby and daughter when she was small. I later upgraded to the 70-200 f/2.8 IS, and later the 70-200 f/2.8...
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    I may be in the minority here, but I like a...

    I may be in the minority here, but I like a little more focal length when shooting babies. They're small after all, so I want a narrow FOV. On a camera like the rebel, I'd like to use a 70-200 zoom...
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    Smaller pixels also mean any lens flaws are being...

    Smaller pixels also mean any lens flaws are being magnified more. That could have something to do with it as well. (Not that the 200 f/2 has much in the way of flaws...)
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    Man, I have no idea! Cool, though! The only...

    Man, I have no idea! Cool, though!

    The only thing I can think of to cause the effect is light reflecting off moisture in the atmosphere.
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    Well, the 400 would definitely be more versatile,...

    Well, the 400 would definitely be more versatile, and it might be my choice for exactly the reasons you mentioned, but then I don't photograph birds. On the other hand, if you're thinking of adding...
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    I don't use superteles, and I don't know...

    I don't use superteles, and I don't know anything. But if I were you, I'd want to leverage that new 1DX with its awesome af and low noise, and thus would not consider option 3. For cases when reach...
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