I used to be a weekend stringer for a Chicago suburban paper. I never got out of my car without a camera on my shoulder - ever. Not even to run into the store for a gallon of milk.
The other night, I ran into Popeye's Chicken(I thought Popeye was famous for spinach?) to grab some food. It was fairly hot inside and the outside doors were propped open. As I was standing to the side waiting for my food, I noticed a couple of the cooks standing in front of the open door of the walk-in freezer, trying to cool off, a cold cloud swirling around them. On the drive home, I was thinking that in the "old days", I would have had that shot sitting comfortably in my camera.
Would it have been a great shot? Maybe not, but, I'll never know.
I'm thinking if I was using something a little automatic, I might carry it around a little more. Something I could leave at a mid aperture and depend on the camera to take care of the rest so I could focus and shoot.
That's why I'm asking. Seems it should be plenty good for that. I figured it was, but thought I'd get some opinions.
Edited by ash13brook, 16 April 2018 - 14:19.