« on: May 22, 2014, 08:47:43 PM »
The $400 rebate level seems to require the purchase of certain photo papers as well. Am I reading this wrong?
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hmmm... can you elaborate how sharpness helps as a focussing aid?
i upped sharpness to 7 and dont notice any difference on the screen while manually focussing
from a technical point of view, i'd say all programs are about the same. some do this adjustment better, some another.
But i think three things more import than the actual output on a single file:
I can only talk about DPP and Lightroom, and DPP looses three times in these points. The only up it gets is that the raws directly from camera look about the same as the JPEG, to achieve the same in lightroom, some setup would be needed, but i'm kinda lazy to do it, as the interface&workflow are so nice.
- Organizing content
- user interface
I think the lightroom interface is a bit more intuitive than the adobe raw converter found in CS/Elements.
I'm a huge fan of lightroom, but before 5.1 is released, I'll stay with 4.x.
Yesterday I ordered 2 of these http://www.ebay.com/itm/320951699480 ... recommended by CR member "Cb33"
DON'T BUY IT...too tight. Not happy at all
I found a third party EF to EF-M adapter for $45 that people have actually tried and proven to work well on EOS-M.
I am actually amost more interested in the M42 adapter and seeing how my legacy glass performs on it.
FYI: I also ordered a glass screen protector for my LCD. I don't know, if I will use it. I have seen spotty reports that the LCD has Gorilla Glass, but can't seem to find anything official.
I won't use the protector, if I can confirm the LCD has Gorilla Glass or some other form of sufficiently hardened glass. Adding the protector could potentially increase the glare and therefore visibility of the LCD, but then so could scratches.
Other than a few forum entries, I can only find one site "versus.com" that states the EOS M has Gorilla Glass. I would like to find confirmation on a few other reputable sites or some sort of official statement from Canon.
The manual specifically advises against using a screen protector.
From past experience, I stopped using them. The plastic films always get scratched eventually, and add a layer of distortion.