« on: November 27, 2013, 11:30:42 AM »
Scored another 600EX-RT for $342; you can never have enough of those things.
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So, I have a Canon 600EX-RT and a Canon ST-E3-RT. I have to say these are great and have had a lot of fun getting into off camera flash. But,…I would like to expand to 2 or 3 more flashes. Does the ST-E3-RT work with any Yongnuo flashes or does anyone think this may come around in the near future,..or am I going to have to get more 600s (ouch,..$$$!)
Well, I'm disappointed with all the rumors coming out that this is just a derivative of the 70D sensor... was really hoping for a new, smaller fab process with next-gen IQ, starting with this camera. I really have no interest in the dual pixel AF, to be honest, and I can't imagine the sports/wildlife portion of the 7D's target market really does. Maybe I'm wrong, it's probably been discussed elsewhere... oh well.
10FPS sounds good, 12FPS sounds like it'd be shut down by the marketing team... New Phase AF sounds good, too, as long as it's a step up from the 7D and not a step backwards. Although by the time this camera is actually available I'll probably have the money for a 1Dx and it'll be irrelevant anyway.
Does ML give the option of putting functionality into the "record" button when not in video mode?
that drives me nuts... i'd love to place back button AF, DOF preview, or something useful there
And here some boring test shoots at 3 focals and two apertures: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/23832864/EFM11_22.zip
Developed in DPP, neutral style, noise and sharpening=0, no vignetting or geometrical corrections, DLO data not available anyway by now. 3 focal setting at two apertures, the naming explains it anyway.
at least it's not a joke like the 60D; it looks likes a real XXD bodycan you name those apparent differences? i cant tell. im serious. in my eyes, it actually looks somewhat small