tried to open the poll but for some reason I it wont open , I own a 5d mark3. for some reason i was obsessed with the Idea of a full frame camera for so long and now that I have it I feel like I shouldn't have made such a financial leap for that level camera. of course there lots of pro's to it, but if your intention is to keep things strictly hobby then stick to a high crop lens!
Yeah, the body alone weighs 29.3oz. My lens is the same weigh as the body!
The NEX-3 is fantastic! The whole NEX series is wonderful! I highly recommend them! The quality of the images are fantastic! They have a great selection of lenses available, with more lenses constantly being released! I love how light-weight and small they are! And they have some fun features like sweep-panorama mode! They also have a pretty cool feature that allows you to take handheld photos in low light!
Have it for several months now. I'm still learning more bout it every time. It's easy in use but the options are so many. Image quality is spot on, low light is amazing. I just love the feeling of colours by Canon.
My main camera is a Nikon D800 with a vertical/battery grip (Nikon MB-12D), and I used both Tamron SP-range zooms (28-75mm and 70-200mm, both lenses f2.8) and Nikon AF-D primes (28mm f2.8 and 50mm f1.8), and as a backup body I use my old Nikon D200.
The SP 70-200mm I use is sharp and without much distortion, but compared to Nikon/Canon/Sigma, the autofocus is more on the sluggish and slow side. It's also more noisy than you would get with Nikon/Canon/Sigma version. But since I don't need those features, I don't mind that the lens has those characteristics. What I find a plus with the Tamron SP 70-200mm is that it is good value and has a smaller size compared to the mentioned lenses. This is great for me as it makes the lens fit in the Lowepro Drysone Rover.