Canon uses both:http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/products/cameras/ef_lens_lineup/ef_400mm_f_2_8l_is_ii_usm
Placed 13th in the challenge.
Prove it, post a "making of" video.
Florian's admiration and respect of nature, and his wonderful images, are all inspiring. Thank you.
Yikes, nice lens!
The argument is not about art, it's about ETHICS.
The links and clarifications provided in this thread provide ample evidence that these wild animals have been removed from their habitat (which in most countries is illegal) and that they have been...
Gotta love the 67!!!!!
"But I really DESPISE cruelty to living things."I absolutely agree with Peter on this. These photos are simply UNACCEPTABLE and UNETHICAL. DPR should take them down and post an apology.
In my country, this kind of "art" is illegal.
If you want to take posed pictures, take pictures of humans: you don't have to kill them to get them in the position you want them to be in.
Seriously Fahmi, a mantis on a frog's head? Please. Both are dead.
It's not photoshot that's bothersome, it's that the animals depicted here obviously did not survive the photo shoot.
I agree with bjhk. I don't mind if you change the backgrounds, i don't even mind the doughnut bokeh. But if those insects and amphibians had to be sacrificed in the name of "art", i find it...
Thanks a lot for the tips Richard, i will try that. :)
Congrats to Pentax for offering this at this price point, compared to the competition. Plus the 645Z is weather-sealed: the perfect landscape camera.Congrats also to the 9 spammers who owned this...
Congrats to Pentax for offering this at this price point, compared to the competition. Plus the 645Z is weather-sealed: the perfect landscape camera.
Congrats also to the 9 spammers who owned this...
Terrific pics!I always give up because the bubbles pop on me very quickly. I think my bubble recipe is not quite right?? (Seriously: i have a 3-year-old!) How big are these bubbles?
Don't they make medium format and astrophotography sensors? Probably some industrial stuff too....It's nice to see the Kodak name on a camera product again though.
Don't they make medium format and astrophotography sensors? Probably some industrial stuff too....
It's nice to see the Kodak name on a camera product again though.
I thought i read somewhere that the standard (ISO) way of measuring battery usage has changed, and that also explains the difference with the K5? I might not remember well of course...