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No, not really George it is what it is.

 

I actually like to think of it as a hybrid combo that works better than having a Canon body on it. I'm not a purist so I have no issues working with non-primes, but then I have always shot for the average Joe never for the purists anyway. Bottom line is if I make a viewer feel something I've done my job I guess! Thanks for the kind comment.

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Hey, you're welcome. I ask because people on my Canon thread say that the EOS series, and in fact all Canon lenses, tend to be slower. Me, if it looks good, then there's no beef either way.

 

Parts of your footage reminded me of the midwest here in the States, or even some of the outlying lowlands before you hit the Sierra Madres along the California Nevada border. Cool stuff. Thanks for sharing.

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