just looked it up, $9,500! Yes, no difference. You loose one stop of light with a x1.4 and two stops with a x2 though.
The Nikon 500mm f4 costs about £5000 (dunno in US). My friend who shoots some football uses a 400 f2.8 (i think) and teleconverters where necessary.
I think this is what you mean?
YES!!! STICKY!!!!!!!! STICKY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The sticky out bit!
The inside is quite impressive too!
I agree with him as well. Just wondered whether we should do anything about it
Don't tell people that in England. Everyone has a manual gearbox (stick shift) car. Microsoft would loose a significant market!
I was going to post this yesterday! I haven't tried, but lots of reports on the net seem to say that they do.
Bobbo Galbraith has reviewed a load...
Stand the couple next to each other, point camera at them, press shutter release.
More specific questions will get you better answers, which bits...
Which doesn't sound important until you misplace a 1gig Ultra II SD card, like i've just done.:x
The CFs are bigger, in terms of performance, they're both pretty much the same. You'd not notice a difference between them.
While I really like the idea of the beginners -> beyond the basics and business forums, is it just me, or is everyone asking gear related...
How much money can you spend?
I use a combination of my 18-55, 50 and 70-300. The last one very rarely works as the smallest aperture is 5.6, but sometimes if someone is very...
Being entirely new to the world of business, I need your help.
One of my photos has been published in a magazine in the UK. Pretty small outfit...
Must haves are Polariser and clear glass for the front. That's it for me
Sigma 18-50 f2.8 looks good! Fast as well
I've had some good results from the 'one click actions' actions, from here:
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