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post #671 of 677 (permalink) Old 09-03-2019, 04:38 AM
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Still using my D750 as my main camera but I recently got the Fuji X-T3 with the 35mm to take with me as an "EDC" camera.

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I've recently taken the dive into full-frame with a Canon EOS RP. The Internet hates it because it can't do some video framerate or whatever but as a still photographer I love it. I also got myself a 16-35 f/4L IS USM and I am loving the combo, although I do wish I could afford the RF mount 15-35. I also have the normal suspects like a 50mm f/1.8, 85mm f/1.8, and a bunch of vintage M42 mount lenses that I use with a Fotasy adapter.

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Wow, most definitely! EOS-RP to 30D is pretty much completely in every way. I love m EOS-R, just wish I had more time to shoot (though arguably I really should just toss the 85 on it and carry it with me when I bring my little dude out, especially with fall, foliage and random other things incoming).

Also, take opinions with a grain of salt, especially negative ones. People will find just about any reason to complain. There are people that won't touch the EOS-R because it doesn't have dual card slots and say that they don't trust it in settings where that redundancy matters; meanwhile, there are tons of other people that basically say 'well, we've never had a problem with the single card slot before', or they come up with their own innovative solutions such as mobile transfer stations to get backups of shots, etc.

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What camera bag? The camera is small enough to fit into a pocket and I don't need 10 spare lenses and other endless stuff to drag around. That's the beauty of a good old MILC with 1.5x crop. Tried DSLRs, expensive top models, so bulky it's insane, menus not intuitive at all, more of a put on a 3pod, set once and shoot, not carry around, change settings and adapt to changing conditions. Plus bulky cameras alienate everyone around when shooting in public.
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Really? This is a thread about What's in your Camera Bag in the photography subforum. Your reply is kind of like going into a 'what's in your gaming rig' thread and stating that your HTPC plays Minecraft just fine. Most of the folks that have replied to this thread have absolutely no problem carrying around a DSLR or a mirrorless camera with the lens (and even an extra lens if necessary) without a bulky bag, and shooting on the go without any issues.

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What camera bag? The camera is small enough to fit into a pocket and I don't need 10 spare lenses and other endless stuff to drag around. That's the beauty of a good old MILC with 1.5x crop. Tried DSLRs, expensive top models, so bulky it's insane, menus not intuitive at all, more of a put on a 3pod, set once and shoot, not carry around, change settings and adapt to changing conditions. Plus bulky cameras alienate everyone around when shooting in public.

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