CANON 1Ds MKIII AND CANON 5D MKIII
The name is new to me. Nigel Connell Bass is a British artist living in West Cork, Ireland and self-taught in a multitude of disciplines, Nigel is well known for his sculpture work in new and recycled metals, predominantly life-size depictions of birds and animals.
The exhibition began on the first day of September but I visited at the end of August and I used a Canon iDsMKIII camera coupled with a fully manual Voigtlander 40mm pancake lens and I liked the resulting images. The next day when I visited I had had a, newly purchased, Canon 5DIII fitted with the same Voigtlander and the resulting images were unusable because of focusing problems.
On the first of September I used the 5D fitted with a Sigma F4 24-105mm lens. As a result I have decided that using fully manual lenses with the 5D is a waste of time but the same lenses work very well with the 15 year old Canon 1DS MkIII [I do not know why]. The images from the second session are GEO tagged.