Full frame advantage.
Last edited by sukhoi37; 4th January 2010 at 03:17 PM.
I will use point and shoot when its good enough, im not afraid of been laugh because money in the pocket is the most important.
Also if someone tells you that you are not pro enough, Im sure you are big enough to tell him or her off. I never get bugged like this type of stuff, isn't it too trivial?
aiyah camera shop owner also not your customer so why bother lol
Canon EOS 5D, 24-70 f/4 L IS, 50 f/1.2 L, 70-300 f/4-5.6 L IS, 600EX-RT. Sigma 12-24 f/4.5-5.6 EX.
If there is a big hole aka Ta Kang slamming your gear, just use other means to put him down, eg: I will not be so stupid like yourself to buy $4000 camera, I prefer to spend it on my $40,000 Lange watch sitting on my wrist or car,stock or condo (whatever you have on your means or just fake it).
There are also wedding guests that make you feel weird when they start to compare that their gear is not as good as yours. For male guests I just politely say, its all company equipment,female guests I always say "My wife will not be happy if you start Flirting with me, she buys all my gear"
Full-frame is a choice, sometimes an advantage and sometimes a disadvantage.
Bro fooj, you are a very real and very professional photographer, i can vouch for it.
Forget what he said.
Joke of the year....
I have seen salesmen at camera shops demonstrating the advantages of IS in the following manner...
Vigorously shaking the camera up and down and pressing the shutter halfway through the shaking, then showing the customer the output on the small LCD.
As long use the proper lenses to compensate for the lack of FF, shouldnt be an issue.
For example, the canon 24-70L.....can anyone argue with using Tamron 17-50 to get the same focal range on a crop body?
most people in the camera line specifically weddings and fashion must have heard of the Tamron 17-50 by now.
You wont see me much less remember me but i am the guy who makes you look good.
I was thinking to myself, should I tell the customer that anything shot with such close distance with flash would no doubt be sharp regardless if the camera have IS or not
I was hoping that the person who commented u did read up this thread, and hopefully he's ashamed of what he had said... great portfolio, keep it up