Talent + love of the human condition gets my vote
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Apparently this camera will have a hybrid EVF, optical for stills and electronic for video purposes.
Ok I'm being lazy I should download both manuals, but is there any difference in auto iso functionality between the 7D (with update) and 70D?
When shooting in raw... not really. I seem to recall the 70D has an extra stop, but you wouldn't ever use that. With the aps-c sensor, you generally don't want to go over 3200 because the grain becomes intolerable.
but there’s a possibility of a big DSLR announcement.
Love the rich colours and tasteful highlights on those flower pictures.
How's the board of commissioner s enjoying their new prison extension?
Thanksssss, Dear Friend Zim.
Thanks for your Good Words----WOW, How can you know " How's the board of commissioner s enjoying their new prison extension? " -----Thanks, The Big Man in the State, Superior Judge Robert Hobgood in that meeting too, And He help me my Presentation---And All the Commissioners have no choice----Ha, Ha, Ha/.
Where do you live, Dear Zim----One day you and me can go to take the Photos to gather---I might get the Photography Job, for Franklin County Tourism Dept. for shoot all the historical buildings in the county= Yes, I work on Franklin County Courthouse Renovation/ Restoration now too.
Have a great weekend.
Nice to talk to you.
Hopefully Canon will think over its policy in handling third party equipment
Thanks Carl. Just recently, I've been asked to cover the concert/school graduation of my daughter (though my daughter is just one of the performers). Here are some shots from it. Low-light, moving kids, lots of shadows... Still no problem with my 6D. It's a real high-ISO performer.
I just feel screwed by Canon USA decision not to carry m2 line, after I spent certain amount of $ on eos-m, Does anyone agree with me that Canon USA "eos-m" class action lawsuit should be in place?
OP specifically mentioned issues with exposures not looking on the screen like lightroom when he gets home.
To address this, be aware that many tablets have a limited color gamut, and will ALWAYS look different from a nicely calibrated color monitor with a wider color gamut. There is nothing that can be done except to be sure you pick a tablet with as wide a color gamut as possible. Neither Lightroom or any other software can fix a limited color gamut.
The DisplayMate web site evaluates a lot of mobile displays for vatious charcheristics that are of interest to Photographers.
You can see the extensive results here for some of the full sized tablets. If I were going to pick a tablet which would have a display and colors that were as close to a real monitor as possible, it would be a Kindle HDX, followed closely by the Ipad air. The Surface RT is good but the Samsung is a step down.
nice link thanks for the info
here is what they say about the new nexus 7
"Overview of the new Google Nexus 7
The new Google Nexus 7 (manufactured for Google by Asus) has a very impressive display that uses the highest performance LCDs with Low Temperature Poly Silicon LTPS, the same technology used in the iPhone 4 and 5, but on the new Nexus 7 with more than 3 times the screen area – it’s currently the second largest LTPS on a mobile display after the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 mentioned above. The very high efficiency LTPS technology allows the new Nexus 7 display to provide a full 100 percent Color Gamut and at the same time produce the brightest Tablet display that we have measured so far in this Shoot-Out series. More on these issues below."
100% color gamut i know i felt it was really nice to use and view picture on but wasn't expecting that
Me, I'd bet on the 6D being updated first. There is a lot of headroom between the 6D and the 5D so Canon could throw a 70D/7D autofocus system into the 6D II