Which cam for lingerie shoot? 5D Mark II or 7D?


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Rashkae

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Need help from bros here... Which cam for lingerie shoot? 5D Mark II or 7D?
The camera you currently own is enough.There is no such thing as a "lingerie shot camera".

I can imagine your drycabinet... Top shelf is the "lingerie camera" with "lingerie lenses". Second shelf is the "outdoor portrait camera" with the "outdoor portrait" lenses, then there's the "Landscape camera" with the landscape lenses, then the "Events camera" with the events lenses, etc etc etc etc :cheers:
 

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of cos 7D lah! no need to ask one mah.. wa lau eh...

u must 7fps shoot all the way... 5D u will get blur shot bcos its AF is bad...
 

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of cos 7D lah! no need to ask one mah.. wa lau eh...

u must 7fps shoot all the way... 5D u will get blur shot bcos its AF is bad...
i was gonna say 5d, since ur gonna be flash lighting and u can afford to keep on refocusing...... its not sports.:bsmilie:
 

Rashkae

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No lah. M9 with 50mm f/0.95 lens. Sure get a lot of attention and love from the model.
 

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I can imagine your drycabinet... Top shelf is the "lingerie camera" with "lingerie lenses". Second shelf is the "outdoor portrait camera" with the "outdoor portrait" lenses, then there's the "Landscape camera" with the landscape lenses, then the "Events camera" with the events lenses, etc etc etc etc :cheers:
For some specialists, the lens in their cabinet all have the same label ... "Nude lens" :dunno:

but seriously for lingerie model shooting, the 5D as in full frame cam and a 14mm lens would be the most lethal combination, .... show the model the result and that you NEED to get real close to shoot her properly!
 

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The camera you currently own is enough.There is no such thing as a "lingerie shot camera".

I can imagine your drycabinet... Top shelf is the "lingerie camera" with "lingerie lenses". Second shelf is the "outdoor portrait camera" with the "outdoor portrait" lenses, then there's the "Landscape camera" with the landscape lenses, then the "Events camera" with the events lenses, etc etc etc etc :cheers:
perhaps the cameras and lenses need to be very good in weatherseal and easy to clean, after all the drooling, noise bleeding etc kinds of stuffs...
 

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Without doubt 5D... you need the resolution for all those fine lingerie details. ;)

But pls specify if the lingerie comes with hot models attached? (Sion not counted, later the cam melt)
 

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Rashkae

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perhaps the cameras and lenses need to be very good in weatherseal and easy to clean, after all the drooling, noise bleeding etc kinds of stuffs...
Wah good point. So we should be recommending Olympus.

E-5... Or nothing at all.
 

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