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If he is hanging out of a car that is moving about as quick as the cyclists, it won't be that demanding on the AF system. But yes, if it is good enough for that kind of pro, it probably is good enough for most of us
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Originally posted by Paul07 Paul07 wrote:


I know its not a III, but I am happy anyway. My needs surely are far less than its capabilities


You are bang on with that statement, my rII is a much better camera than I am a photographer. I might get dewy eyed at some of the AF capabilities of the III series cameras, but I still have plenty of room to grow into my own camera and improve my own skills first.
I hope you have a great time with your new camera
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Originally posted by wastedimages wastedimages wrote:

Originally posted by Paul07 Paul07 wrote:


I know its not a III, but I am happy anyway. My needs surely are far less than its capabilities


You are bang on with that statement, my rII is a much better camera than I am a photographer. I might get dewy eyed at some of the AF capabilities of the III series cameras, but I still have plenty of room to grow into my own camera and improve my own skills first.
I hope you have a great time with your new camera
Well, you have to proof to us that you have to improve your skills first and show us some pictures

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Originally posted by wastedimages wastedimages wrote:

I hope you have a great time with your new camera


Thank you ! Still enjoying it very much. Early April, we visited London. Wonderful images, superb resolution, basically making a tele pretty much redundant from my point-of-view. I had a 35mm, 85mm and the CZ24-70 with me and had fun with all three.
α7RII-VG 24-70G 70-200G 85/1.8 Samyang 35/2.8 ~~~ α6300 10-18/4 16-70/4 ~~~ Nex-5N 16-50 18-200 ~~~ RX10 IV ~~~ α100 50/1.4 24-105 ~~~ HX60V
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Originally posted by addy landzaat addy landzaat wrote:

Originally posted by wastedimages wastedimages wrote:

Originally posted by Paul07 Paul07 wrote:


I know its not a III, but I am happy anyway. My needs surely are far less than its capabilities


You are bang on with that statement, my rII is a much better camera than I am a photographer. I might get dewy eyed at some of the AF capabilities of the III series cameras, but I still have plenty of room to grow into my own camera and improve my own skills first.
I hope you have a great time with your new camera
Well, you have to proof to us that you have to improve your skills first and show us some pictures

Welcome to Dyxum, wastedimages


Thanks
I have just bought the 24-105 zoom for a holiday next month, hopefully I might get something useful to post...
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