no. in plain multi shot mode.
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I just went to check my 3 regarding this issue. I noticed it when doing multi-exprs. it lagged after 6 shots then continued to shoot the last 3 shots in multi shot mode. I just changed the settings to no high ISO NR, no Highlight TP, no long exp NR. same lag after six shots ( 9 shots H spd shutter).
I changed to 8 shots, the same 7 ditto, six no lag. i thought it VERY DARN STRANGE!
how can you shoot a 9 frame multi-shot when this lags like so.
before the storm I planned to call canon and exercise my CPS rights ( lol), but i will hit them on the jack as soon as i can.
I had that image in my mind i saw of a gymnast taking to the pummel horse during the Olympics that a photog got. PERFECTLY CAPTURED 4 images of her in one frame on the approach and making hand contact with the horse ( me yelling to my wife that my cam does that!!! her saying yeah baby , i know).
btw I use Sandisk extreme pro 90mb 32gig cards- nada in the second card slot
Hi... may as well. 7d + 100L + tubes
thanks neuro, will try. still no word from those chaps across the pond. hope they get back soon.
edit; i did change the system to canon. i ran across that in the instructions and gave it a second go. it still force quits or freezes. hope i get my 110 quid back :-(
Once upon a time I had a tiffen filter on the end of one of my first lenses, and have since removed it now that I know a lot more about photography and saw how awful it looked even on the LCD screen.
Now, I find myself often photographing children and dogs and am thinking a UV filter might again be a good idea, especially now that I know not all UV filters are made equal.
I don't have any L glass yet, so I don't see a reason to spend upwards of $50 on any filter for a long time. In fact, my best lens is the EF 85 f/1.8 (and soon to be accompanied by the EF 28 f/1.8 ) and will be my best lens until I can save up for a full-frame and better justify sticking some fancy glass onto my camera.
So anyway, is this filter high-quality enough that I can spend less than $50 and not notice a difference in IQ?
I've heard good things about B&W thusfar. I know that the cost of replacing the front element of these lenses is likely the same price as the filter (or less) but at this stage in my business I can't afford the time to have the lens fixed. These kids are ruthless.
1. You should only need to calibrate your monitor.
2. The lab should be able to give you a profile for the developer that will take care of matching your calibrated monitor to the calibrated developing process.
3. The type of paper being used also has an effect so you need a profile that matches the developing process and the paper.
I've used a Colormunki to calibrate my monitors and profile my inkjet printer, when I've sent stuff to the local photo shop I just use their profile for the type of paper I want.