« on: April 13, 2012, 02:36:36 PM »
Use this :
+1. I use an Arctic Butterfly 724 Super Bright.
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Use this :
With not-state-of-the-art Sandisk 60 MB/s I was able to capture 41 RAW files (before slow down) and unlimited JPGs (Large, quality 8 ). To be honest, after 15 seconds of continuous JPG shooting I stopped bored with 187 pictures on the card
I find it strange that so many are
defendingCanon on their ... video pricing.
Its for movie makers and TV productions. The"C" scands for cinema, not consumer.
To be clear, any 5-series flash (550EX, 580EX, 580EX II) can act as a Master to any 4-Series (420EX, 430EX, 430EXII), the 380EX and 270EX and 270EX II's. Possibly more can be slaves but the above is what comes to mind.
It's the same thing with houses. I can't see how anyone would spend $200,000 for a house unless they are a doctor or businessman... Houses cost $150k to me. Anything more is expensive, anything less is cheap.
I just hope they don't mess with that awesome user interface. So intuitive.
Does anyone have issues with vignetting on a 24-105 with an B+W 77mm MRC UV 010 F-Pro?
I forgot to mention that these shots were taken with a 60D, which has a crop sensor. A FF camera may have vignetting not evident in my shots.
...the Canon OEM Ultrasonic lens cap fits but there there is a 1mm gap between the filter and the lens cap.
Have any of you had any issues with caps falling off of XS-Pro filters in the past?
I use back-button AF, and the point shows up on the LCD screen on my 50D - it has a similar 9 point AF to the 5DII as well....
I have found that when I focus on a spot and then recompose the shot, the AF point shows the original focus point used and not the position that was actually focused on. This seems to be whether I use the single AF point all the way up to the full 61.
I think Canon missed the point on this one. ... The reason we all got excited is we were able to get impressive video quality from a $500 t2i and even better quality from a $2500 5D mark II with only a $400 prime lens. No one wants a pro video DSLR for $15,000 with all of the same issues like lack of ND filters, high res sensors, no xlr inputs and horrible focusing options. ...
The back of the camera looks (I can only see the small pictures on the CR front page at the moment) like it's suited for video production. So no, Neuro, it's not just the red "C" badge on front..