After being a Canon shooter most of my life, I am actually jumping ship, getting rid of my dslr and lenses, to be replaced by a meek Olympus 4/3. Why? 2 words: weight & size. There are other pro's and con's, but those two stand out.
Hey! I would love to be apart of this! I have been an avid canon shooter for the past 12 years! Its the only thing I shoot with! I hava a 60d, t5i, 6D, with full set of lenses. I have over 45 different lenses and macro equpitment. My favorite is a pentax 67II 45mm medium format lense made in 1980ish. It is the best lense I have EVER used!:>
This is my most infamous shot and was taken with my Canon 20D with 100mm Canon prime...I think it's an F1.8. I won the League of MI Bicyclists photo contest with this last year and it was also featured in last year's Co-Motion bike catalog.
These I took with my G16. The lighthouse is local, the fish are while snorkeling off of Key West (I have a nifty little dry bag that worked really well...if only the water hadn't been so rough and cloudy with debris that day).
Deep Blue Professional 50g
Current USA Satellite+ Pro LEDs (24 & 36")
Fluval 406 filter
CO2Art Advance Professional Aquarium CO2 Dual Stage
Hydor Koralia Circ Pump - 425gph x2
DBP 20g long - low tech
Canon 50D with several lenses from 18 mm wide angle to 100 mm macro and a couple of others. My "go to" lens for everyday shooting is 28-165mm, plus I have a 18-250 mm and a really crappy 70-300 mm lens that I never use.