I that a blow up doll in the background?!!
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Canon has a giveaway program currently giving a 100 million EF lens T-shirt to anyone who buys a EF lens from the online Canon Store (USA Only). You can bet that they will show up on ebay as soon as Canon starts delivering them.
In the mean time there are dozens on ebay of varying designs.
I have a RX100 MI. I use it primarily for underwater photography. I prefer the size and being able to use the LCD screen while diving. It has advantages and disadvantages vs an DSLR. I have considered putting my 70D in a housing but have decided I don't use it enough to make it worth doing.
It is a great little camera to throw in your pocket and carry around if you want something small. Its barely bigger than a big wallet. Picture quality is excellent even at large size. I blew up a picture of a shark to 24x30 and it looks great.
I've been tempted by the RX100 and MkII, but haven't jumped. The MkIII looks even more interesting, though. But what will the rumored lens do to the overall size, which was the RX100's main selling point IMO.?
But! This is a very fast little bugger and I had to prefocus on the opening of the whole. When the head of the bird appeared in the opening, I would fire the full 12 fps on the 1DX, which gave me one frame with the bird still in the hole, one in the air and one of its tail feathers.
Question: How should I set up the AF system to be able to track that movement? Is it at all possible?
(600mm f4L IS II, at 1/4000s, F11, ISO4000
what Sony has achieved is nothing short miraculous.
could anybody confirm whether the 1dmk iv will be better than the 7d in terms of overall image quality.
Guys and girls a simple reply would be appreciated without going into the theorem of Pythagoras. I get lost with some of the technical stuff you all come up with.
Beneath the surface of our oceans.
Very nice. May I ask, how or where did you get the beginning shots of the earth? Looks like Google Earth but wanted to ask, if it is Google Earth are we allowed to use those images?
Thanks for watching it. It isn't google earth. These are timelapses from the ISS. You can find them here:
They do allow you to use them, as long as you give them credit, as you will see in my credits.