Maybe it will come with the latest one.
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I have lost count on how many firmware updates for the 5D Mark III since its launch last year...but I'm sure there's been more than a couple. With that said, I have a simple question: does updating the most recent firmware update include all the previous ones (I have never done an firmware update & expecting to get my 5D Mark III today as I wait for FedEx to deliver)? Thanks!YES, the most recent firmware update does include all the previous ones
So, you are smart enough to compensate for any type of flair in your photos.it was fortunate that by the time I read this I had already finished my coffee so the keyboard remained intact
flair \ˈfler\ noun : stylishness and originality
com·pen·sate \ˈkäm-pən-ˌsāt\ intransitive verb : to offset an error, defect, or undesired effect
So, you're saying that flair, meaning a distinctive elegance or style in your shooting, is an error, defect, or undesired effect, but you're smart enough to be able to offset that flair by making your photos lack style and interest. Now I understand what you meant. Thanks for clarifying.
So I was kicked off the forum for sharing an Induro extended warranty announcement but this 'person' can come out and PRETTY MUCH call me an idiot and stay here? Wow.There is this "Report to Moderator" link...
Much bigger buffer, AF linked th spot- metering.+1 These are trivial to implement in 5DIV since the technology exists now. I agree 100%
2 fast CF-slots would be fine too.
the 5D3 does have a dedicated AF processor, like the 7D and the 1Dx. thats why these cameras have superior AF.Thanks for the link. Really interesting info although some of it seems , let's say: a little "optimistic"
if you expand the AF section, about half way down:QuoteAchieving this speed and accuracy in the AF algorithm requires a large amount of focus data to be processed quickly. This has been done by the use of distributed processing where both a dedicated AF processor and a camera CPU process data. The dedicated AF processor is four times faster than the one found in the EOS-1D Mark IV.
'a camera CPU' must refer to the sole DIGIC5+.
The camera also features a robust dust-proof and drip-proof construction, where body panels interlock rather than adjoin, and all seams, buttons and dials are provided with secure rubber sealing. The protection provided by the design and sealing is equivalent to that of the EOS-1N film camera; the weather-sealing standard by which other professional cameras were judged.
24-70 f/4 IS? Really?? Optically better is technically correct I guess if you use 24mm.True.
84. DxOMark Scores.We should propose to DXO to be renamed to DRO
Wait, did I mention that already?
Q: What time is it in Stockholm?Now that caught me off guard and made me burst into laughing
A: The D800 has better DR, Canon's sensor sucks.[/i]
I'm pretty happy with my 2X III when used with the 300 F2.8 II.Hey! It is obvious that you are using it for IIF (Insects In Flight)
6D 300 X2 1600th F10 ISO 1600 This is a pretty heavy crop shot at minimum focus distance which appears to be one of the advantages of the 2X. I have no complaints about focus speed but am not using it for BIF.