Amazing eyes and face!
Really, really nice shot!
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I thought lexar brought out udma 7 before sandisk:
Quote from the EOS 5D Mark III Manual (Page 376):QuoteCard reading/writing speed necessary for movie shooting:
CF Card: IPB: at least 10 MB per sec / ALL-I: at least 30 MB per sec
SD Card: IPB: at least 6 MB per sec / ALL-I: at least 20 MB per sec
Did not find any reference to stills burst shooting.
My favorite quote by far was this:
"AH: Given the increased burst speed why doesn’t the 5D Mark III support class 10 SD-UHS cards?
CW: The EOS 5D Mark III supports Class 10 SDXC and SDHC memory cards, but not the UHS standard."
Gee thanks Chuck, we know it doesn't, he asked WHY does it not support them and you answered by saying it doesn't support it..... great, there goes the usefulness of the SD card slot for me
Hmmm, RAW on both cards, I assume was your desired usage?
Yes sir! Now I can just imagine the buffer filling and taking forever to dump to that max 30MB/S SD card while my 90 MB/S CF cards sit in boredom and wait... I guess I might as well just shoot without the backup slow card if it's going to make me miss shots
I like black velvet, it does not reflect light as much as some fabrics.
I have also found this statement on Flickr discussions:QuoteSure you could use polarizing filter on a sunny day and would get dark blue skies and bright white clouds. It has a slightly strange effect on skin and removes moisture and specular light (shinyness) - not something you think about, but people look dry and appear to have extra powder makeup in my opnion.
It's actually very good if you shoot or intend to output in black and white.
Could anyone comment if he had the same experience?
On a hot day it makes people look cool and the skin doesn't glisten. Likewise greasy skin looks better.
Always use the hood to make sure you dont get glare (also helps increase contrast)
The Leica M9 is not a camera, it's a test.
If you look at the price tag, think "wtf?" and keep walking, then you should stick with your dslr/evil/p&s/phone and be thankful.
If you still want one despite the pricetag, then you're one of us special people, and no amount of psychiatric help or medication can cure it (I hear the symptoms are worse than those of L-Fever)