ludi wrote:Oh man, you can even make out part of the Tycho crater in that shot. Can't see myself ever going to full-frame but I think I do need a 7D for the extra low-light features.
Most of the EXIF data is gone, though -- what settings did you use to get that?
BTW how well does your Tokina behave for you wide open and full zoom?
SPOOFE wrote:Don't have many comments about the "focus clutch" thing that Tokina loves so much; switching from MF to AF sure is easy, but I also don't MF all that much so it does me no real good. Hmm... what else can I say? Oh yeah: Bokeh is not the most pleasing. There's not much blurring, considering the focal length, but take a look at the hand-lookin' plant up there. Look at it large size if you wanna. The foliage behind has some slightly harsh halo-ing going on, instead of a smooth, creamy defocus. This might bother some people; I don't expect it to be much of an issue for most photos I'll take, but it's something to be aware of, that's for sure.
ludi wrote:So far, how do you feel about the 60D's reduced rear controls and flip-out LCD? I was handed one at a camera shop when shopping the UWAZ lens market, and while it physically felt more solid than a Rebel, the navigation seemed a bit cludgier.
ludi wrote:Five words: IT'S ABOUT TIME, LA NINA:
Voldenuit wrote:Very nice. I think it would be even more dramatic if you crop off the bottom 1/8th of the picture, but great capture!
SPOOFE wrote:Oh yeah, that fire ring is on the Tokina. Same with the band shot on the rusty car and the guy in the giant concrete ring. Weird about the EXIF data; this was one of the few occasions I was actually shooting RAW, and I don't know where in my chaotic workflow I lost it. Oh well.
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