Originally Posted by Prpntblr95
High School stadium lit football. The ISO I change throughout the game just to keep the motion blur to a minimum but the max is 1600 unless I'm missing something to get it past that.
You seem to forget that you can have funds available from the sale of your 70-200 f/4L, so you can factor that into your budget.
If you really
need the extra stop in light, why not sell that and get an older Sigma 70-200 F/2.8? The difference in cost between what you'll get for your 70-200 F/4L (if you're patient and it's in great condition, you might be able to get back as much as $600 for it) is only a couple hundred bucks, if that (someone's selling one on POTN with a TC for $755, sounds like a decent deal to me).
Originally Posted by Onex
Got my first dslr.
Any tips or tricks to teach a noob?
Read the FAQs that are sticked here, there's lots
of useful information. If you have any experience at all, you can probably go straight to Dream Killer's FAQ.. otherwise, start with the other one.Edited by MistaBernie - 9/6/12 at 7:46am