Can't we all just agree to agree?
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Well, received my new tripod a short while ago. It is a thing of beauty, I'll definitely offer that. I think I may have...miscalculated...the height though. This thing is WAAAY TALL.
For that reason, I'd consider the 3542XLS instead of the 3452LS (although that's really a tall set of legs!). XLS too tall, LS too short, TVC-34L would be just right.
70D /7D mark II wishlist
- A new sensor
- 20+ megapixel
- Reduced read Noise
- 1-2 stops improvement in ISO noise
- Better dynamic range.
- Same great canon ergonomics and sensible button layout (hopefully closer to 60D size than 7D size)
How difficult is it to adjust the partially extended legs to make it level. Is it easy or does it involve a lot of fidling to get all 3 legs evenly extended?
So my question: Am I correct in assuming that if I were to rent a TS-E lens to shoot a basic building type shot, is the popular Canon 24 TS lens the one to go for?
Really? I thought iTR also worked with 4 and 8 expanded, at least the color tracking?
If the 100 L and the 135 and all the nikons survive the heat, then this will too. "Shameless marketing" is much easier to believe.
Yup, the "big whites" are supposedly painted that way so that excess heat does not cause the fluorite elements to expand, but on a lens like this it's purely marketing.
As we all know the dynamic range of 5D MK III is not better than its counterpart Nikon D800.
I was wondering if this deficiency could be addressed by using single shot HDR for batch processing. Has anyone tried HDR batch process to improve dynamic range, what would be good software for this purpose or any other comments. Thanks in advance.
The Mayan ruins are worth the trip.