I'm right-eye dominant and use this exclusively when looking through the VF. In fact I'm pretty much right-side dominant with everything (even hearing 'cos my left has tinnitus!), although just to be awkward I write with my left hand.
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Padded cell next...
Does anyone use the built-in levels in Canon cameras? For landscapes, I usually use the level. It isn't 100% accurate, but it is accurate enough to give you a proper gravitationally level horizon. Sometimes, I find that what I think is my horizon is actually not...it may be the back curve of a lake shore or something. Curved aspects of a scene like that, when leveled, often throw out the "uprightness" of the rest of the scene.
The part about loving it because good focus is rare and hard to achieve is a masterpiece in spin doctoring.
Next 50mm will be the 50mm f/1.8 IS.
I was being cheeky... but when I do ettr, the raw image is better to work with, but the jpg image out of the camera would look blah and over exposed... one of the reasons I don't bother with jpg.
I think I listen too much to people here... I expose to the right by a 3rd of a stop... so my images out of camera all look overexposed with little contrast and even less saturation. But that is what post is for... fixing what I broke.
I would like to learn these, and many other things about image processing, from a scientific point of view. I want to learn facts, not magic recipes.
Conclusion is, Sigma just can't do proper QC, it's just to many that doesn't work.... Lucikly I got a peeerfect 50 Art the second time.
What do you mean by "longer focal length" on a 30 mm prime?