When I received my first Canon EOS 5D MKII
in December 2008, the night before I left for a trip to Ottawa, I
immediate phoned Miranda, mentioned the new camera had finally arrived
(I’d had the 85mm f/1.2 lens for almost a month already) and oh so
innocently asked “Any chance you happen to be planning to take a shower
anytime tonight?” Needless to say, less than 20 minutes later I was at
her house, photographing her in the shower.
This was a test of the new camera in many ways - but most
importantly, it was made at 1600 ISO - a highly sensitive setting that
permits photography in low light, but usually comes with the price of
lower image quality (digital noise), but in the case of this camera,
1600 ISO proved to be more than practical!
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