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    How do you read these diagrams?

    Thank you! Also, why are there two images. One idle and one when I hover my cursor over it?
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    How do you read these diagrams?

    Sigma 50-150mm f/2.8 EX DC OS HSM Lens Image Quality I don't get it... Sorry I'm a noob.
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    Returning 24-105mm Canon F4L to get 17-50mm Sigma and 50-150mm

    How in the world does one read this... o.0?
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    Returning 24-105mm Canon F4L to get 17-50mm Sigma and 50-150mm

    I'm not going FF anytime soon since the only reason I was going FF was because the focal lengths made more sense. But the 17-50mm and 50-150mm is like 24-200~ (I think :P)
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    Returning 24-105mm Canon F4L to get 17-50mm Sigma and 50-150mm

    I was wondering if the 17-50mm and 50-150mm would be as sharp as the Canon 24-105. I've read that the 17-50mm F2.8 can flush out on the corners. But my 24-105 isn't really sharp either.
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    Help me understand prime IQ vs zoom IQ (canon specific)

    I'm looking at a 85mm F/1.8. I was wondering if the sharpness would be better than my 24-105mm? I know that primes generally have better optical performance and may be faster, but will a $350 prime beat out a $1150 zoom?
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    Better to get good lenses with a entry body than less quality lenses with a better...

    Meh glass meant like, non-L or higher end glass. More like 50mm F/1.8 against a F/1.2 (maybe not that big of a price different). Basically, lower end primes and zooms on a FF body vs L zooms and higher end primes.
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    Better to get good lenses with a entry body than less quality lenses with a better...

    Finally, another side of the decision! Very agreeable. My 600D has quite the grain at 3200ISO plus. However, if you got fine glass, it will last a long time, and then you will be able to use those high end FF cameras to their best potential.
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    Better to get good lenses with a entry body than less quality lenses with a better...

    Love both Matt and DigitalRev videos. I have seen them already. I would like to see if anyone can justify (somehow) why a pro body setup with meh glass can be beneficial.
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    Better to get good lenses with a entry body than less quality lenses with a better...

    Playing Devil's Advocate... That is true, but you can always use a body for years, much like a lens (just maybe not as long).
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    Better to get good lenses with a entry body than less quality lenses with a better...

    Better to get good lenses with a entry body than less quality lenses with a better body. True or False? It's all your opinion, and I'm quite curious. So basically a 650D with some nice glass. Or a 5D Mark III with some not so fancy glass. Which one is better? And why?
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    Bowling alley

    This one is a bit blurry, since it was a hand held long exposure The bowling lanes
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    Make an artistic photo of the brick wall

    We were just outside chilling, and then the demand came up... I didn't spend a lot of time. Just a second and snap. Just for fun section...
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    50mm on a crop or a 35mm?

    Good point... 50mm works out just fine. It's not too close or too far for me.
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    50mm on a crop or a 35mm?

    I get that it's still a 50mm lens. But the crop will make it 80mm. 50 x 1.6, if I'm correct.
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    50mm on a crop or a 35mm?

    50mm would be 80mm, so I would think that it may be a little long. I could always crop it on a 35mm if there's too much background. 35mm would be 56mm. Since I'm not getting a FF anytime soon. Maybe the Sigma 30mm would be good.
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    50mm on a crop or a 35mm?

    Title^ I'm getting some primes because photography in low light is pretty difficult with an F4 lens. I'd have to bump up ISO and have a longer exposure. I have a 600D, so the 50mm would be an 80mm. So... yea. I don't plan to get a FF camera anytime soon.
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    Make an artistic photo of the brick wall

    My friend told me to make an "artistic photo of the brick wall". So I took a random pic, and ta da :D
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