If you have to set the shutter speed 20 million times before each shot it may slow down your work flow.
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The Xeon in the upcoming low end Mac Pro is only a $280 chip or so. Not too big a deal.
A lot of shots seem to have a bluish cast. i'm much more impressed with the output of the nikon 3200 which is > $200 cheaper than the SL1
Looks like it was a cloudy day and the white balance was a bit off, but that's easily fixable. I agree, I like those particular shots from the D3200 more, but only because they are better shots overall, not because of a massive difference in IQ.
The only way to get these images to card is to "compress" them before sending them through this 7.5MB/s buffer.
Sorry about that. However, I guess as you have a number of batteries, you must have numbered them in order to keep track of them. I am guessing that you have a "bin" for charged batteries and another for uncharged batteries. Keep them fully charged. Always keep a spare. More depending on the shoot. Shoot till the battery dies. Recharge immediately (or as soon as you possibly can...). I think that all you will miss is the flashing battery indicator... As for me, even though I have only Canon batteries, I seldom pay attention to the indicator when I am in the throes of shooting. I usually look at it as an afterthought...Quote15. Removed "support" for 3rd party batteries...
Yes, this is true unfortunately..All my 3rd party batteries no longer register with the camera so i won't know how much charge they have left..this really sucks.