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  Sony A7ii  

Canon 5D Mark III fullframe
with Canon 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens,
and a Canon 16-35mm f/4L IS USM Ultrawide lens

my latest

Canon EOS 7D (shown with Battery Grip)
fried the electronics when the pop-up flash shorted out!

Sony A7ii Full-frame Mirrorless
(world's first 5-axis in-body image stabilization
in a full-frame camera)

my FAVORITE daily point-and-shoot

 




Canon EOS 500D / T1i (shown with additional components)

 

 

Canon XSi
(shown with additional components)

 

  

SONY DSC-TX30 Waterproof Camera

GoPRO Hero 4 with LCD Backscreen

 

 

 

Lenses:

- Canon 70-300mm USM f/4.5-5.6 IS
- Canon 18-55mm IS
- Canon 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
- Canon 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM Ultra-Wide Angle Lens
- Canon 100-400mm f/4.5 L IS II USM (full frame)
- Canon 16-35mm IS USM f/4L Ultrawide Lens (full frame)
- Canon 24-105mm IS USM f/4L (full frame)

 
   
Battery Grips, and Canon EX430 ii SpeedLite Flash - Remote Control
- spare batteries
- remote Intervalometer
- Various Filters: UV, Circ Polarizer, Mirage, Spot, Fog, ND
- Step Up/Down Rings
- Lens Hood
 

 

 

After I fried my old Canon 7D including its attached zoom lens (when the popup flash shorted out), I did an exhaustive research for a new cam. So, I opted for a new full-frame Canon 5D Mark III and paired it with the best glass you can have -- an ultra-wide 16-35mm f/4L IS USM lens and another 24-105mm f/4L IS USM telezoom lens. Might as well go with the best out there! I also geared it up with 128GB 160MB/s CF Memory card (the fastest memory card out there); a Canon BG-E11 Battery Grip; UV, CPL, and ND Filters; and a Wireless Intervalometer/Timer/Controller. In addition, I added a 32GB Eye-Fi MobiPro Wireless SDHC card so I can tether the camera to an iPad and my iPhone -- solely using the iPad for photo proofing/previews. The plan is to shoot and store RAW to the CF card, and then JPEG to the Eye-Fi card.  No more holds barred! 

 

Here's an excerpt review taken from www.the-digital-picture.com

The Canon EOS 5D Mark III announcement was perhaps the most anticipated camera announcement in history.


Key specifications

  • 22.3 Megapixel, full-frame CMOS sensor
  • 61-point AF with up to 41 cross-type AF points
  • Zone, Spot and AF Point Expansion focusing modes
  • DIGIC 5+ processor
  • Up to 6 fps shooting speed
  • ISO 100 to 25,600 (ISO 50, 51,200 and 102,400 with expansion)
  • +/- 5 stops of exposure compensation
  • HDR shooting in-camera
  • Full HD Movie shooting with ALL-I or IPB compression
  • 29 mins 59 sec clip length in Full HD Movie
  • Timecode setting for HD Movie shooting
  • Headphone port for audio monitoring
  • 59ms shutter lag
  • Transparent LCD viewfinder with 100% coverage
  • 3.2" (8.11cm) 1.04 million-pixel Clear View II LCD Screen
  • EOS Integrated Cleaning System (EICS)
  • CF and SD Card slots
  • Silent control touch-pad area
  • Dual-Axis Electronic Level

With that impressive set of specs, the Canon EOS DSLR product lines are now blurred. The 5-series DSLRs have traditionally been markedly lower-end than the 1-Series lineup (though not from an image quality perspective), but the 5D III now has an impressive number of 1-Series-grade features - including, amazingly, the incredible AF system from the 1D X. (I still could not justify the US$6,000 tag on a 1-series Canon! That is just the body, no lens yet!)

 

 

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