One taken recently: Handheld. With a slight breeze. Here is where the 100L shines with it's IS even though the 180mm I had might have been a tad sharper.... but it took too much real estate in my Camera bag.
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Not my favorite technique as I don't have the tools (proper focus rails), software (I use PS, Helicon and others made me crazy), or patience, but here's one of my more successful attempts that was necessary - it's a Maypop flower - really odd to me, but apparently an extremely common flower/weed 180mm macro @f/8, 1/800s, ISO 800:
As mentioned over and over, all the information you need in order to install is readily available on the ML forums and the idea that you should understand a bit of how it works before using it is not a bad one. Really, spend a few days reading through some of the active parts of the forum and you should find most of the info that you need.
For me, the few aspects that DO have some degree of complexity are often the aspects that are under development as well as new modules, not included in the standard package and with those, your best bet is the forum as well as any written guide has the danger of being outdated fairly fast.
That said, the 1.2.3 port works great for me and ML hasn't left my 5D3 since I bought it
Being in my late teens in the 80's and witnessing how the DAC's in the CD players would go from 16 to 18 to 20 to 24 etc. every 2-3 years, then the sampling frequency even faster than that....
Apologies for the stupid question in advance:
What's the huge deal with this 14bit wall in Digital Photography? Why can't they make an 16 bit processor and give us 16 stops of DR.... ?
Beyond a certain point, it makes no sense - for example, measurements and analysis by various folks on the web put the capacity of the 5D Mark II's sensor at about 59,000 electrons (ISO 100). That's fewer than the maximum number of different positions achievable with 16 bits. If you can't record 16 bits worth of different electron values, why would you use 20?