Really nice shot hhelmbold.
...the 1D X ROCKS at high ISO
Thank you Click!
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When you have to get "the shot" and you're under crappy stadium lights at night, the 1DX can't be beat!!
ISO 12,800 - (thanks 1DX)
About 25600ISO right before the sunset
Beautiful photo Dylan!
But it's a little different shooting at very high ISO during the "golden hour" versus very high ISO shooting in the dark of night where the only light available is coming from an insufficient number of stadium lights that like to cycle to screw up your white balance/colors.
It's confirmed it's a firmware issue, update coming soon. Not clear on the details yet, but I heard it doesn't have to do with personal settings, so no point right now in going crazy comparing settings. Will find out more tomorrow.Thank you for the info.
A bit outdated now, though, since this issue was addressed with a firmware update.
I have a question about the comparison between Lightroom and Easy-Photoprint (which I have never used). In lightroom I can use the Ilford ICC profile that matches my paper. In Easy-Photoprint I don't seem to have this option, I can only tell it that I am using matte photopaper... Am I missing something? If this is correct, then the comparison with LR does not work since the issue could be with LR or with the ICC...
hard copy to 4x6 works if it is the same paper. have tou tried easyprint pro plugin for L4. i may help.
6. Don't know if that matters, but I shoot mostly with a 7D, now also with a 5Diii, 95% raw; raw conversion, PP, and printing all in/from LR.
It is indeed the Image Stabalizing! I tested some more images today and when the image stabalising is switched off, the first frame is fine, but when it is on, I get camera shake... I know this sounds like exactly the opposite of what should be working, but it seems the IS doesn't like it when the lens is beign held still by a tripod
Ehm, no offense... But again some basics....
1- Do not use the IS when on tripod
2- Use shutter release with a delay (2 seconds or 10 seconds )
let us know how it goes
have a good one.
How are you triggering the shutter? If you're simply pressing the shutter button, it's likely you are causing the movement.
Do explain because that is how I take my pictures and want to learn a better way. Thx.
these are basics! .......1DX user..............................................
Do you press shutter release button for the first picture to be taken?
I keep all my RAW files in CR2 format, could that be the problem?
Yes, that's it - the solution is convert them to dng and check the "embed fast-load data" option, that's specifically made for speeding up raw rendering. You can still embed cr2 in the dng if you never ever want to loose the original format, though of course required hd doubles. Personally, I like dng since all programs I ever looked at (except dxo) work with raw dng nowadays.
I used to recommend Canon entry level DSLRs without hesitation for newbies.
Now I have to temper that with, "What kind of shooting will you be doing?" Because the D5100 and now the D3200 can fit slightly more advanced novices who intend to do some post-processing and will have some appreciation for the cleaner raw files from the sonikon bodies.
Canon's Rebels are, of course, still a good choice too. but anyone aspiring to grow beyond this as a first camera has a bit more to think about now. it's good to have options, confusing tho it can be.