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Old 01-25-2013, 02:21 PM   #2351
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That shouldn't be the reason for wanting a full frame honestly. The 7D and D7000 have excellent ISO capabilities. If you are wanting more control over depth of field, a wider field of view or other aspects that actually set a FF apart from cropped? Then ok. In all reality, they both have their place for different reasons. I personally like having a cropped body at the track or for sports as you get the extra throw without having to lug around bigger than a 70-200mm for most cases. ISO is only one aspect of the shot. If the others aren't setup correctly...you could have all of the ISO capabilities in the world and still have grainy shots.

Shot a f8 ISO 400 full res here ---> http://500px.com/photo/12083391


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As an astrophotographer, I have never seen someone shoot that small of an aperture. I stand corrected.
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Old 01-25-2013, 02:28 PM   #2352
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Here's my car, shot this morning. It should snow more this coming afternoon. I hope it does, this is just pitiful.


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Old 01-25-2013, 02:39 PM   #2353
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Old 01-25-2013, 03:59 PM   #2354
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Awesome location there. Wish the fence wasn't there but thats great. Missouri doesnt offer me that
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Old 01-25-2013, 07:53 PM   #2355
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Old 01-25-2013, 10:22 PM   #2356
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That shouldn't be the reason for wanting a full frame honestly. The 7D and D7000 have excellent ISO capabilities. If you are wanting more control over depth of field, a wider field of view or other aspects that actually set a FF apart from cropped? Then ok. In all reality, they both have their place for different reasons. I personally like having a cropped body at the track or for sports as you get the extra throw without having to lug around bigger than a 70-200mm for most cases. ISO is only one aspect of the shot. If the others aren't setup correctly...you could have all of the ISO capabilities in the world and still have grainy shots.

Shot a f8 ISO 400 full res here ---> http://500px.com/photo/12083391


f16 ISO 800 full res here ---> http://500px.com/photo/14828305
For both pics the sky was captured using a Carl Zeiss ZF 35/2.0 at 2.0. They are both combined pictures for the landscape and sky. Amazing pics and I know the point you are trying to make though. Oh and about FF and crop. If I get the 5d iii I'm still keeping my 7D for the crop factor on my 70-200L.

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Old 01-25-2013, 10:37 PM   #2357
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That shouldn't be the reason for wanting a full frame honestly. The 7D and D7000 have excellent ISO capabilities. If you are wanting more control over depth of field, a wider field of view or other aspects that actually set a FF apart from cropped? Then ok. In all reality, they both have their place for different reasons. I personally like having a cropped body at the track or for sports as you get the extra throw without having to lug around bigger than a 70-200mm for most cases. ISO is only one aspect of the shot. If the others aren't setup correctly...you could have all of the ISO capabilities in the world and still have grainy shots.

Shot a f8 ISO 400 full res here ---> http://500px.com/photo/12083391


f16 ISO 800 full res here ---> http://500px.com/photo/14828305
This is the best **** I have seen in a while. I Love good landscape photos.

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Old 01-25-2013, 10:39 PM   #2358
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I don't believe those are his pics.
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Old 01-25-2013, 10:49 PM   #2359
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Old 01-25-2013, 11:44 PM   #2360
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I don't believe those are his pics.
And why is that?
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Old 01-26-2013, 12:10 AM   #2361
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I don't believe those are his pics.
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And why is that?
They're not. He was just using them as an example. Here's Robb's page:

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Old 01-26-2013, 12:23 AM   #2362
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Funny! Still Great stuff and I am following!
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Old 01-26-2013, 08:39 AM   #2363
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For both pics the sky was captured using a Carl Zeiss ZF 35/2.0 at 2.0. They are both combined pictures for the landscape and sky. Amazing pics and I know the point you are trying to make though. Oh and about FF and crop. If I get the 5d iii I'm still keeping my 7D for the crop factor on my 70-200L.
Should have looked closer at the data. That lens is insane and it does throw off the EXIF data. I would love to shoot with one of those sometime. I am actually thinking about picking up a 7D to compliment my 5D3 as I miss having a crop sometimes.

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They're not. He was just using them as an example. Here's Robb's page:

http://500px.com/rsutton1223
Yeah those weren't mine nor would I claim them to be. Just used as examples pertaining to ISO and f stops. That is also why I linked directly back to them as I didn't want anyone to get the wrong idea. xluben posted up my link. Mainly automotive for obvious reasons. I personally do not shoot a lot of landscapes as it is not something I am particularly good at. Landscapes take a TON of practice and a unique eye for it that I just haven't taken the time to really try to nail down for myself. I hope to in the future...just not something I have the time for now.

I did have some fun with something a little bit different than my norm yesterday though. Award winning Grand Champion BBQ in Alpharetta, GA. I would post more but I don't want you to drool all over your keyboard and try to lick the screen.


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Old 01-26-2013, 10:37 AM   #2364
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I was looking at your pics rsutton that someone linked above. Great pics first off. But how do you like that 135 2.0 L? I hear amazing things about that lens but I do already own the 70-200 2.8 L ii. So do you think it would still be worth picking up?
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:53 AM   #2365
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I was looking at your pics rsutton that someone linked above. Great pics first off. But how do you like that 135 2.0 L? I hear amazing things about that lens but I do already own the 70-200 2.8 L ii. So do you think it would still be worth picking up?
It is actually my favorite lens for automotive work. You can get similar results with the 70-200 but the sharpness and bokeh with the 135 is just insane. After you use one for awhile, you see why it is arguably the best Canon lens ever produced. When I was shooting Nikon, it was the one lens that I had Canon jealousy over.
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Old 01-26-2013, 12:23 PM   #2366
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It is actually my favorite lens for automotive work. You can get similar results with the 70-200 but the sharpness and bokeh with the 135 is just insane. After you use one for awhile, you see why it is arguably the best Canon lens ever produced. When I was shooting Nikon, it was the one lens that I had Canon jealousy over.
Yeah that's what I hear. The sharpness and bokeh are unmatched. I'm surprised you didn't go with a D800 when you were with Nikon. I have some friends that love that body.
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Old 01-26-2013, 12:26 PM   #2367
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Yeah that's what I hear. The sharpness and bokeh are unmatched. I'm surprised you didn't go with a D800 when you were with Nikon. I have some friends that love that body.
I was actually upset when they released the D800. File size is just too large for what I need and that came at the sacrifice of burst speed which I like to have at the track. The 5D3 was exactly what I wanted Nikon to release. I have a couple of friends with D800's and it is an awesome camera...but that file size becomes an issue for editing and shooting if you don't really need it.
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I was actually upset when they released the D800. File size is just too large for what I need and that came at the sacrifice of burst speed which I like to have at the track. The 5D3 was exactly what I wanted Nikon to release. I have a couple of friends with D800's and it is an awesome camera...but that file size becomes an issue for editing and shooting if you don't really need it.
haha yeah that's true.
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Old 01-26-2013, 01:18 PM   #2371
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Old 01-26-2013, 03:20 PM   #2372
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Reasoning?
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Old 01-26-2013, 03:31 PM   #2373
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You can have mine and I'll take the 7D off your hands.
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Cost and simplicity. As I acquired more gear I have to make it pay for itself.
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