Love the photos. Which lens did you use for most of these?I use fixes You have them in your signature
Exception is 17-40 that was used for the very first shot (it was flipped).
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is the digic 5 a better performer than dual digic 4s? Considering selling my 7D while it still has value and picking up a 70D, when it comes out of course. I'm interested in how the two compare specifically in processing power for different features in magic lantern.I'm not doing video yet, but from a photographer's perspective, what processing power does - it processes faster. That's why I don't think you'll notice the difference in this aspect. Though I believe other features (or lack of them) is something you should look at
Very nice images. However, i feel the shallow DOF is overdone in the first image ... seems to have turned into an abstract. Took me a more than a few seconds to figure out what the image was about.Thank you for the feedback
Cheers ... J.R.
I had my brand new 1DX since early Feb 13. I had also bought an extra original LPE4N batteries. Was out with my family to a Marine Aquarium for a weekend holiday and brought my 1DX along with only one fully charged LPE4N. Was at the Aquarium for about 4 hrs when my 1DX suddenly showed low batt and shut down. I took the batterries out for a while and reinserted and it still did not work. Last night, I put the battery into the charger and it showed more than 50% charge remaining. When I took it out after 2 mins in the charger and put it back into 1DX, it still have 64% remaining. Subsequently the 1DX shut down again after a few shutter clicks. I decided to swop to another LPE4N and everything is Ok now but I have not tried to shoot until the battery is around 60% level. I checked the "System Status Display" and there is no "Caution warning". Has this happened to anyone of you before? What do you think is the problem, the battery or the camera?I'd send both to Canon. Just in case there's something that doesn't work in the exact combination
I think these are quite good, especially the first one: it's captured a moment, something only still photography can do.It was 17-40 at 17mm, we landed right in the front of the camera. Dancing practice during last years helped
( + I'm intrigued to know how you didn't bump into the camera on first shot. Did you both jump over it
Did some testing of the 1DX in blowing and/or reflecting snow. Even with the temperamental 85L, the 1DX focus was fast and spot on! Some blue sky, white snow f/11 shots were easy as well with the 1DX. Love this camera.Great shots
(Used 85L, 70-200 f/2.8 IS II & 200 f/2)