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EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: Shutter count on a new 6D
« on: February 10, 2013, 11:09:10 AM »
Me too, but on my problems, everything is alright, and shutter count start at 0001 when i first bought the camera. after at least 900 shoot, i remove the card, moving the files to the computer, then suddenly when i shoot, the count started at IMG_8xxx

p.s I use same card (sandisk extreme pro 16GB)

anybody ever have the same problem?

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EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: 6D vs 5D2 in camera JPEG sharpening method
« on: February 06, 2013, 01:13:39 PM »
Personally i like 5D2 in camera JPEG sharpening method rather than 6D, but luckily i often use RAW file, so i can manage my own sharpening method.

The 5d2 has the sharpest sensor output, esp. at lower iso, of the 5d2/5d3/6d generations, so it can do with less in-camera postprocessing. The 6d is at the other end of the scale, it trades some sharpness for higher iso capability - to compensate, Canon obviously has implemented more aggressive sharpening. I don't think you can do anything about this except bug Canon for a fw update.

I remember this issue being discussed when the first 6d raw and jpeg samples were out. This is more or less the difference between the "pro" 5d2 and the 6d which is tuned for sooc amateur shots, Canon has to protect their 5d3 after all :-o

Btw. the difference between your sample shots is really larger than I'd have expected it, maybe some other problem is at work here in combination with the above sensor difference.

thanks for your answer, yeah i believe 5D2 was a very wonderful camera too, their color characteristic is brilliant and razor sharp in their jpeg mode... unless i shot with studio light, they wont make any difference..
i'm little disappointed in this, but i shoot RAW, so everything will be alright, until i process hundreds or thousands RAW file..

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EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: 6D vs 5D2 in camera JPEG sharpening method
« on: February 02, 2013, 12:26:48 PM »
My AFMA seems fine.. i have the RAW converted version from that 6D shot here :


6D RAW convert by yedija luhur, on Flickr

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EOS Bodies - For Stills / 6D vs 5D2 in camera JPEG sharpening method
« on: February 02, 2013, 12:05:22 PM »
i've been using 7D and sometimes 5D2 for at least 3 years until i bought 6D recently and love very much for its handling, feature, and high ISO quality, but i notice slight (or maybe big) difference in camera JPEG sharpening method. anyway, both are wonderful full frame camera.

in this condition i compare 6D and 5D2. On the image below, i'm using same studio light setting. in 5D2 the images seems crispier rather than in 6D. i think 6D using unsharp mask method like in photoshop. Personally i like 5D2 in camera JPEG sharpening method rather than 6D, but luckily i often use RAW file, so i can manage my own sharpening method.

and my question is :
1. does anyone ever notice this? or any explanation for this condition?
2. do we can change in camera JPEG sharpening method ?

6D 100% crop

6D by yedija luhur, on Flickr

5D2 100% crop

5D2 by yedija luhur, on Flickr

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EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: Once you go "L" you'll never go back....
« on: October 04, 2012, 07:22:15 AM »
I couldnt agree with the title "Once you go "L" you'll never go back...."

I study photography with 450D from my friend, but my first camera was 7D and 24-105 L.. 1 year i use the lens was very happy then, it have good contrast, color rendition, and sharpness was superb...

Someday after i take thousands of picture ( i take for wedding and fashion modelling ) i realize that 24mm isnt wide enough for my crop body.. After i took many times to think, i finally sold my 24-105 L and instead i bought
35 f2,
85 f1.8
50 1.8 and
tamron 17-50 f2.8

I am very happy right now, for general shooting i always shoot with my tamron.. Beside that i love my other lenses very much especially for shooting portraits. Now i can do much with my lens line up rather than with one L lens... Eventhough I hope for upgrading my lens to L if i have sum of money..



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