Butterfly -- 1D III & EF 100mm f2.8L Macro. Click for larger
Took out the 1D III for the first time since I bought it few weeks ago. Other than a few dozen test shots, I didn't really use the camera at all for real shooting. Took along the 100mm f2.8L macro lens. Very happy to say that the focus has been very good, though I still have not done too much testing with Servo (tracking) AF. Hopefully it will be as good as one-shot.
One thing I have noticed is that the exposure is not as accurate as the EVIL cameras or when the pictures are shot in live-view on the 1D III. They tend to over-expose. I guess this has been an issue before, just never thought about it since I have pretty much shot with the NEX exclusively for the last eight months.
On the Sony EVIL note, just read the Sonyalpha rumor that the NEX-7 has a 3-million pixel OLED viewfinder! Unfortunately, the sensor pixel count has increased to 24MP, which means the RAW files will be around 30-35MB or more. Just imagine, my first hard drive was 20MB RLL drive. It would not even hold one RAW NEX-5 file today. How technology has advanced. But, I am looking forward to the NEX-7 to replace my much loved NEX-5.