For you, I recommend the B+W F-Pro Gold MRC UV. Unlike all those plain, black-ringed filters, that one is a shiny gold color and looks really cool (which is very important, as you know).
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Here are the videos. I do not see a difference.
I opted for the MH-01 LR as sometimes I need to swap bodies/lenses on my mono.
Plus, it looks cooler.
However, I bought it as a recommendation from sites.
The petal hood has come in. There is NO vignette with the 18-55mm.
This sharpness issue wont effect a RAW image will it?
Noise reduction isn't applied to RAW captures I believe.
Is this true (electronic first curtain) for other camera models as well (E.g. 5d3), or just the 1dx?
It works if you just hold the button down after the shot and walk away :oP
So in theory, mirror locked up, live view shooting could be a kind of silent mode?
You're right, of course. I meant mirror (which also has to flip at 12 fps). Although the shutter makes a slight contribution to the noise, most of it comes from the mirror.Agreed - the shutter needed to be robust to move at 12 fps and last 400K cycles, I suspect they made it as quiet as they could...
I wouldn't think the shutter drove the design as much as the mirror mechanism. Shutters have been capable of opening and closing over the frame at 1/8000 sec.
I primarily shoot Macro (180mm 3.5L and 100mm 2.8 USM with twin 430EXIIs or twin 270EXIIs on a Manfrotto macro flash bracket) and I also shoot outdoor landscapes as well as a few of family and pets.
Could it actually have both DSLR-like AF and an EVF?
Doesn't the reflex mirror required for phase detection AF force you to use an optical viewfinder?