« on: May 11, 2012, 02:24:30 AM »
at the size of the sigma 120-300 f2.8!
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FD lenses have about half the image quality of modern EF lenses yet they retain most of their value on the used market.
I would recommend just selling your lenses on eBay and buying mid level DSLR with mid level lenses and using it in manual mode, it would be much better than what you're proposing.
6th number from the serial is a "3" on my bodyserial 3 and onward the light leak issue is fixed my new one is a 3 too
i am not able to reproduce the so called "light leak issue"
I was just reading a review(http://www.the-digital-picture.com/Reviews/Canon-EF-100mm-f-2.8-USM-Macro-Lens-Review.aspx) where it should a difference between 3 focal lengths of macro and how it affects bokeh.
I'm familiar with a focal length crop factor of 1.6x for APS-C sensors, but my question is does this affect MFD or maximum magnifcation as well?
I'm specifically curious as i have a non-usm 100mm Macro lens with a 550D but am planning to upgrade to a 5dmk3 and 100L in the near future and am curious how the magnification may change and bokeh.
I'm still hoping for a APS-H 7D2, if not, used 1D4 here I come
I really LOL'ed at this responsesimple: if Canon is too cheap and will not deliver a good body for a good price, there is always the alternative: Nikon - they are listening to the consumer's needs and are releasing really good bodies at lower prices than Canon...
And yet, Canon continues to sell more cameras.
What a tool you are. We get it - you're in an infantile hissy-fit over something Canon did to you: but your opinion is just that - your opinion. And a whiny, ill-formed, petulant one, at that.
You're not "everyone". More to the point, you're not anyone, so if you think your opinion matters a damn, you're even denser than your Drama Queen tantrums would currently suggest.
So sod off to Nikon and see where that gets you.
you know just a pile of CR2 file straight out of camera then you want to give them a name more related to what or when they were taken for example the shot date then it automatically adds a subsequent numerical increment to each.this may sound retarded but here goes
I have been a long time windows user and changed to mac
Is there anyway to batch rename files in a mac without additional software
in windows its as simple as highlight all the files right click rename and it automatically add a sequential number to the name you give it. I cant seem to see anything on the mac that can do that
Can you give me an example of the file names...as they are, and how you'd like to alter them to be?
Mac is basically working on top of BSD Unix, and has all the unix toolset there...things like sed, awk, rename, etc....
I might could find you a quick command line script to convert them...