|Canon 5D Mark II|
Pros: Professional Canon, still current, market price, reliable.
Cons: It makes videos, and it's a flaw that almost all current cameras have; One slot.
Opinion: Full-frame, tropicalized, professional, is located around 400 euros in excellent condition. It is still relevant and allows not only to have fun but also to work and also for some time to be more, because it is indestructible. As the only flaw I find is the fact that it has only one memory slot, but CF-Cards, when they are about to leave, give some signs of failure. Flanked by two MarkIII and a Mark IV for ceremonies and attached events in the restaurant, until before the lockdown, she worked with dignitas without being outclassed by the others. Mark II with the 24-105 I used it, finding myself very well. Today my partner uses it every now and then, with results that I never imagined from those who shoot automatically and in jpeg. If you're looking for multiple focus points, extreme isos, burst shots, wifi and stuff, it's best to get on top of something else, but if you're looking for the necessary single-shot focus points, but very high quality, then the Mark II is the perfect machine. It even allows you to take sports photography, as long as you shoot without a burst. As a sensibilit, he thinks up to ISO 3200. I personally use flash and rarely go beyond 400/800 ISO, so it's not a problem. For those who use flash rarely because they prefer high isos, then it is good that they horizon on something else, admitted to finding something for the same figure. Certainly the Mark III offers a little more, but used is at twice the price and if you do not need to have double slots (a CF and an SD) and iso over 3200, you do not need to spend more, considering that they are tractors that easily reach 300 thousand shots without effort, therefore still usable for many years. The cards are so hard at saving the files, but I broke them from mark II It's the first camera that introduced the video world into cameras, and it's the only fault it has. I firmly believe that cameras only need to be photographed. Around I meet people with cameras put on supports that are not stabilizers, complete with microphone equipped with dead cat, who get fatigued unnecessarily because they could use handheld cameras, designed to make videos that activate and stop by opening and closing the door, and some of them have microphone and headphone inputs and even take great photos. It's no different from the photographer using the handheld camera instead of the camera to take pictures... what's the point? If anyone wonders who created these monsters, know that it was canon with 5D Mark II
sent on June 14, 2021