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Old 12-12-2009, 10:31 AM
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Now you need a nicer truck to carry it in....

Any lenses?

Tom- you shoot Canon too? I got me a (now seemingly inferior) Xsi a few months ago.
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Old 12-12-2009, 08:43 PM
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Very nice, if you need to borrow some lenses let me know.

Cool, thanks for the offer, maybe we can play around some at Moab

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Very cool, Perry. Look forward to seeing what you produce with it.
Thanks, i'm getting excited about it, guess we need to plan a trip here soon (X-mas trip not going to heppen )

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Any lenses?
The second box had a 18-135 (among other stuff). Figure i'll play with this one for a while and get to lear the camera before I start purchasing more lenses.

Going to be a fun year

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Old 12-13-2009, 08:43 AM
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Hmmmmmm not a lot of siping....might need chains in the snow!

Very nice! Both Granpa AND the camera!
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Old 12-13-2009, 04:37 PM
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That camera and a press pass will get you everywhere. I have all Nikon stuff so can't help there.

Now on this one you will need to read the manual. I would also suggest getting a supplemental aftermarket manual as well. The users say things better than the manufacturer.

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Old 12-13-2009, 08:27 PM
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Now you need a nicer truck to carry it in....

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Tom- you shoot Canon too? I got me a (now seemingly inferior) Xsi a few
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I do shoot Canon, I got a 20D when they just came out to replace 10D. I have several lenses, some that I may be selling. Also the body possibly, I really want to get the one that shoots HD video.
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Congrats Perry, If you can save up for the L series. You will love the difference. If you want to go shooting sometime i can bring the lot for you to try out. 28-70 2.8, 70-200 2.8, 85 1.8, 17-40 4.0. I used a 35--135 for for my weddings way back when and when i got my first L lens you wont believe the sharpness and contrast difference. Canon ROCKS!
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Congrats Perry, If you can save up for the L series. You will love the difference. If you want to go shooting sometime i can bring the lot for you to try out. 28-70 2.8, 70-200 2.8, 85 1.8, 17-40 4.0. I used a 35--135 for for my weddings way back when and when i got my first L lens you wont believe the sharpness and contrast difference. Canon ROCKS!
Man, that sure is a good list of lenses. Between you and Tom, I should be able to get a taste for what lenses I like

And I think the new Camera will be making a showing at the X-mas party tonight...

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Hey Perry --

You can shoot broadcast quality video on your camera!

House Season Finale Shot Entirely on a Canon 5D Mark II
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Here's a Canon 7D stills time lapse shot in Tokyo. It's worth the 2 minutes to watch. One of the coolest parts is at about 1:58 when the time lapse includes airplanes landing.

http://vimeo.com/10988919
Doesn't seem to work with Firefox, but looks awesome in IE 8.

That 7D seems like it can do anything!
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