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Old 07-26-2013, 03:31 PM   #1
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1D mkIV

im wondering if anyone here has a a 1D mkIV for sale. i right now own a sony a77 and im looking to upgrade because i got a job doing sports photography at my college.
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Old 07-26-2013, 03:48 PM   #2
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If you're looking at used, a 7D with a fast zoom is all you really need unless you're just looking to blow a ton of money.
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well i need something prograde. these pictures are going to be used in media guides, banners, etc. they arent just going on facebook. i need to 10fps
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The 7D is 8fps and I assure you the glass on the front of the camera has more of an impact than the camera itself. Your shots are only as good as the light hitting the sensor and it has to go through the glass to get there.
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The aps-c is what make the 7D a no go. In the limited room we have on the basketball court the crop factor cut s a 70-200 too much to get full body shots at the rim compared to an aps-h or a full frame
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