They're still a super set of images Bob, regardless of which camera you used!...[;o)
I've not used either Bob. I was going to buy a Canon 5D III. Only because of the larger sensor. For you the crop factor on the 7D is an advantage. It also helps with macro.A beautiful Nuthatch whatever you pointed at it.
Hi Bob, I have no experience with those cameras. I have a simple Canon 1000D.By the way these pictures are beautiful! Why?Kind regards,Willy
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Not ever used the said cameras Bob, what is it you dont like about the one over the other ?peter
All three look great to me, Bob.You might want want to check out dpreview's Canon forum. heres a link I hope it helps, http://forums(.)dpreview(.)com/forums/post/41173737
Yours is not the first complaint I've heard about this camera. I don't know if you read Gail's blog.. Louisiana Belle but she is frustrated with her 5D Mark II purchase, also.http://louisianabelleforever.blogspot.ca/2012/12/autumns-coming.html
what a little sweetie!!
All your photographs are of excellent quality.These photos of the little Nuthatch are superb.You simply can't take a bad photono matter what camera you use:)
a beautiful bird! if i could get photos anywhere close to yours, with any camera, i'd be dancing! :)
Lo pillaste en una posición difícil, buenas tomas, Bob.Saludos.
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Ces petites boules de plumes sont d'une étonnante vitalité et il faut bien s'y prendre pour les photographier de la sorte.Bravo, Bob et belle soirée.Roger
Great photo's Bob....lovely sharpness and colors.
Nie ważne jaki aparat, bo zdjęcia i tak są śliczne. Pozdrawiam.No matter what your camera, because the pictures are beautiful and so. Yours.
fantastic!!!..nice poses and sharpness .. They are rather complicated ... Congrat..
Precioso trepador,saludos amigo
Lovely as usual...you are so good with the birds pictures...
Hi Bob, i would love to comment on the Canon bodies but afraid i am a Nikonian. I hope one day i can get myself a full frame body and a f/2.8 vr 600mm lens. Maybe then i can take some decent wildlife photos.Your though, i cannot complain about.
Estupendas capturas del Trepador en una postura caracteristica de esta especie.Saludos
Hi Bob, your Nuthatch photos are beautiful! I never see one for long enough to get a decent photo.I changed from the 450D to the 7D over twelve months ago and have struggled with the 7D ever since. I think it must be what we get used to. Don't forget that the light has been awful for much of this year which doesn't help. I think your photos are as lovely as they have always been though.
What a capture, my dear Bob!Please be quiet and satisfied!Your work is an art!!!
I have never used that camera,Bob. Your pictures are excellent. Beautiful bird. Greetings, Joke
Hola Bob magnifica entrada de esta bella ave.Un saludo
Bob, I've no experience with either camera. My daughter has the 5 and a friend has the 7. My daughter is a pro, so she needs the full sensor. To my thinking I'd go with the 7. Which will probably by my next one.At any rate the Nuthatch is stunning! We have one just like it who pops in now and then!
They look fine to me Bob and you have captured the perfect pose.
Hi Bob, first the Nuthatch is very nice and how he must be, with the head down :). I do have a 7D which I bought after a 40D. From the first day I'm in struggle with the 7D for bird photography with the 100-400 mm. long-focus. So I'm using the 40d again for telework and bird photography. The 7d I now use for macro- and landscape photography which is working fine. Maybe it is a problem with the combination of some Canon body's with some long-focus lenses.Regards,Marianne
Thanks Marianne, I have used the 7D, and I found it quite nice to use, cheers.
Bob, I loved all your nuthatch photos!
It's not very easy but you know do it very well
Hi Bob, great shots! I use a 5d Mark II, but have never tried a 7d.
I am thinking of asking for a 7D for the holidays. I use a Canon Rebel XT which is 4 or 5years old. I have a 300mm with IS because I do not use a tripod as I should So do you think I should ask for a 7D?
They say the sensor is better, but wildlife shooters benefit from the crop factor. Just use both if you can! You're very good, regardless of which body you use
Sweet bird.I am now Nikon point and shoot S6300 and loving it. Of course I am not in your league!Tomorrow I post birds and send eyes to you via link. Lucky eyes that come!Wishing YOUan Aloha-filled week, from WaikikiComfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° >> < 3 3 3 ( ' >
What a lovely series of shots! Lovely.I have a Canon 500D but am thinking of buying a 7D and not the 5D Mark II as I've heard it's a bit slow and not as good as the 7D.
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HELLO DEAR BOBI WISH YOU A PRETTY DAY
Still a good pictures... Can't say anything about Canon because I am Nikon user...
Beautiful photos Bob.
You got that one perfectly!I'm still waiting for my first one this season!Well done Bob as usual! ;-)
Good to read this today as I am in the market for a new camera after smashing mine dead on Sunday. What would you recommend to someone who takes an equal amount of macro and landscape.Everyone is free to chime in. I will return at the end of the day.
Wonderful photos, Bob. You really have a way with birds and animals...and photos.
Hello Bob, the pictures of the nuthatch are great, especially the first.I have the Canon 40D and am still happy with it, only the noise at high ISO is not fun, I do not usually shoot higher as with iso 400.Have a nice day, Irma
Il est très beau !!Bizz Lolohttp://ptitesphotosdelolo.blogspot.fr/
Following adorable! Each is unique in composition!
These three shots of the little nuthatch is a joy to look at.. Good job Bob
Impossible à faire pour moi . snif