maybe the editing cause the soft look? the filters being used to achieved post process look may caused images to soften.
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Good to hear. My experience with the work they did at the Mumbai CCC was not good. I have sent my 100-400 lens back. Hope it gets fixed next week... The focus ring is jamming
Are you CPS at all?
If you are CPS, send it in. If not, then let your budget decide.
Tnank you fallenflower and M.ST.
I think I know how to do now.
I've disabled the HDR and Multi Exposure-things in the "quickmenu".
Now I have "5" "number of bracketed shots" in the "C.Fn1:Exposure"-menu enabled.
Then I had to go to "Expo.comp./AEB" option under "SHOOT2" (the second red menu) and set the 5 exposures (-2,-1,0,+1,+2) with the dial and "set" it.
When I try to take pictures now it is 5 pictures that I take when I do a "shoot". I've set the cameras mode to the fastest shootmode "H" and when I hold the button on the remote it fast takes these 5 shots and then stops. If I press and hold the button again it takes another 5 pictures.
Just like I want it!
My following question:
Is there any way that I can "change" the exposures with buttons/wheels on the camera and not in the menu? I can change the +/- from where I starts.. like I want it to start at -1 and then it changes to "-3,-2,-1,0,+1"..
I think that I've seen (and done this before?) that I can with the wheels change both the exposuresteps (like ½ steps between) and then all the way to "0" to disable the bracketing? Like holding a button and scrolling a wheel and not have to navigate to the menu.