Oh no - not a Mac v's PC debate! This won't end well!
I recently had the same dilemma and decided to get a new iMac because:
I have an iPhone and MacBook Air and I'd like the integration
They look nicer
They last longer (my last iMac lasted 7 years and I sold it for 30% of what I paid for...
Hi folks - my 5D4 arrived in time for last weekends wedding so I gave it a whirl. My second 5D4 arrived yesterday so I'll take them out again this Saturday.
If anyone has any questions let me know here - I also wrote a little review in case you're interested...
Just bought two for £3000 each. My friend organised a group buy and we managed to get the price down. Altogether we ordered 20.
After I collect VAT back and sell the 5D3's the price is pretty reasonable.
Not sure how I can give an opinion without a spoiler so ignore this for those who haven't seen it...
I really enjoyed it... but a little too predictable for me. Some great new characters, and I really enjoyed seeing the original case. My main gripe - it was virtually the same story as A New...
Hey guys - I used the A7RII over the weekend at a wedding - I put some thoughts down on 'paper' as well as a few images if you're interested - http://albertpalmerphotography.com/for-photographers/sony-a7rii-review-from-a-wedding-photographer/
Started using the A7R2 at work today - it's not bad. Tricky to tell what's in and out of focus on the LCD though. Even zoomed in nothing seems that sharp.
A7R2 Wedding Photos by Albert Palmer, on Flickr
I'm making an assumption on your skills here (so apologies if I have this all wrong!), but forget about the gear. If this is your first wedding then the camera isn't going to be the limiting factor.
Any DSLR made in the last 5 years, coupled with a reasonable lens will be more than up to the...
Sadly I don't think you can expect to put images online and maintain control over where they end up.
I'm not saying it's right! Just the way it is.
What to do? Charge accordingly for the job beforehand. Include the money you expect to make from the print/image.
Nikon certainly has Canon beat in some areas. ISO performance, focus and dynamic range. What has stopped me from switching is the silent shutter on the 5D3 - it's invaluable as a wedding photographer.
Otherwise personal preference for Canon's smother tones.
That's all I've got!
I'm sure the Sony would be better in several respects (zoom for 1 reason!) - but out of convenience I would still take the iPhone 6. The camera is definitely good enough - especially if you have the D750 for the important images.
I don't but I know a few guys who do, specifically in churches. The Fuji is popular as is the Sony A7S.
Especially as you can set the camera up at the front of the church, and control it from your phone at the back.