Armed and ready...
So, does anyone know Vicky?
One of the better adverts around at the moment
(edit: sorry a bit off topic )
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You sold your 6D and L lenses for 1/3 or so of a stop?QuoteThe D750 isn't any better then the 5D3 at high ISO.Actually, it is at least 2/3 of a stop better. I sold my 6D and several L lens, about 2 weeks ago, and purchased the D750. The D750 is cleaner at high ISO's than my former 6D was, by at least 1/3 or so of a stop. I can push high ISO images much better with the D750 than I could with the 6D.
Still trying to figure out which Nikon lens are worth a crap, most of the Nikon primes are slower to focus than the Canon counterparts.
And now you are trying to fgure out which of the slower focusing Nikon lenses are at least worth a crap?
I don't care how much diffusion the focusing screen provides, I don't think manual focus is reliable without a split prism.
<p>We’ve received a couple of more confirmations from people that the EF 11-24 f/4L we <a href="http://www.canonrumors.com/2014/08/canon-ef-11-24-f2-8l-coming-cr1/" target="_blank">first reported back in August</a> is in fact legit.
The 5D line has always been an event photographers camera and thats who buys them. The files as they are are a good size, making the MP 30+will increase the files by a 1/3 and after editing a raw and saving it as a PSD they are already in the 250mb range which is more than enough. You can only fit 1000 images on a 32gb card so at a typical wedding your shooting 64gbs as it is shooting redundancy is 128gb. It basically means more money to be spent on storage reducing profit margins. When your not printing past A2 or even A1 that space is wasted. Granted it gives you room to crop, but most event shooters don't shoot to crop just adds time in post.
its not a landscape camera and most event shooters don't need that kind of resolution.
The high MP camera designation was always the 1DS and I hope that continues or I for one as an event photographer will be disappointed as Canon won't make a camera for lets be honest the main area photography is still commercial. Landscape photography is a niche, there are not many photographers making a living from it anymore.
I would be happy with a modest boost to 24 or even staying the same with an improvement in noise performance and adding a few other features like GPS and possibly making the camera a little lighter.
Sorry, you're wrong!Here is the answer all, 2 videos have been published from Canon 40mn ago:
But, does that mean that a new camera is coming?What do you guys think about that?
If the image on this post is some indication, the camera seems to have no mirror and an EVF
Tell me I'm wrong?
Although it's just an ad and the pic is comming from a marketing dep, let's think ist technically correct:
- I can see the shutter
- I think, I can see the mirror shining through the bayonet
- I'm quite sure, I can see optical elements surrounding the VF
- The body looks quite like a 5D3, so no implemented advantages (size, etc.) that a ML would bring
- the lens is just a "normal" L lens
Conclusion: Sorry, you're wrong!
It seems that I must come in here to Nut Central...and Explain this. No Camera! No Lens. You Canon Fan Boys have had nothing to be excited about...including 7d mark something....This is a 3d Printer...OK! BACK TO NORMAL!
What causes the annoying halo?
It's caused by the hdr
softwarephotographer being dumb and just assembling the source brackets according to exposure with no concern for the image content (how could it?). I find this to be a great problem with a *lot* of tonemapped shots, even with ones that are considered good by their authors.
Esp. with parts of trees or something else tall reaching into the sky, it's a halo and/or the top part of the object going suddenly very dark. The latter probably like our eye sees the world, but it isn't supposed to be in a single image.