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I now know why no one has replied to this.............

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EOS Bodies / Re: Canon EOS 3D Outed by B&H Photo [CR0]
« on: October 02, 2012, 06:42:12 PM »
I had posted this also, and now removed it, I have to say the excitement made me post about it, but studying the picture I do think this is a Hoax, oh well ~!

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EOS Bodies / Re: More Big Megapixel Talk [CR1]
« on: September 26, 2012, 05:49:58 AM »
This is exciting and depressing all the same, because exciting that it could be what we all have wish for but with a price tag we don't,  Canon annoy me because anything they do that means effort they charge mega dollars for it, the D800 is so reasonably priced, I cant see Canon ever producing a D800 beater for around the same price bracket, also I cant see Canon ever developing a camera in the 3D 4D range, it would kill sales of the 1D Line, expect it to be a 1Dx S or as mentioned an all new name and that of course the same pricing as the 1D Line.

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Technical Support / Re: Auto Bracket Cancel, enabled or disabled
« on: September 20, 2012, 08:09:03 PM »
Thanks Buddy :)

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Technical Support / Auto Bracket Cancel, enabled or disabled
« on: September 20, 2012, 06:54:44 AM »
Hello does anyone know what Auto Bracketing Cancel, enabled or disabled actually does, thanks for you help in advance,

I have a 5D3

Regards


Louis

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EOS Bodies / Re: 5D3 Bracketing
« on: September 19, 2012, 02:24:07 PM »
"That's just how AEB works.  Unless you turn the camera off or switch modes, the bracket you selected will remain until you zero it out.

I find this very useful when composing HDR shots, as I often like to take more than one series of them."


Thanks! so what on earth does Auto bracketing Cancel and enable do?

thanks for your reply!

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EOS Bodies / Re: 5D3 Bracketing
« on: September 19, 2012, 02:09:37 PM »
Hi Keith, thanks for your reply, I just tried it now, and its enabled, and I took a burst of 3 and it went back to start again at the beginning? is bracketing not meant to disappear with these feature enabled?

many thanks

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EOS Bodies / 5D3 Bracketing
« on: September 19, 2012, 01:59:47 PM »
Hello Guys,

I was doing an interior shoot today and was Bracketing 3 shots so i could merge them later, But what I did realize that the camera did not cancel the bracket series after I took the 3 shots, it kept on going? am I doing something wrong? camera was set to 1 Shot, is this normal? I remember on the 5D2 that after you took a 3 shot bracket you had to re do your bracket setup and this is what I liked, as you know when your finished,

I'm not sure I have the correct functions set, I tried with both auto Bracketing Cancel enabled and disabled, it did nothing?

any help pls


also it makes no sense that the camera can take continuous 3 burst bracket once set to a 10 sec timer count down, but will not do that with the mirror lock up enabled, BUT WILL, if you select HDR mode! ugh! and have mirror lock up enabled!!!!!

Louis

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EOS Bodies / Re: Is a 46mp Canon EOS-1 on the Way? [CR1]
« on: September 10, 2012, 09:39:38 AM »
I wonder if this NEW camera will have NEW sensor technology...............I very much doubt it.

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I saw this and thought of you all who like your Birds, how interesting!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/19421217

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EOS Bodies / Re: Canon 5D Mark III - Soft images
« on: August 30, 2012, 09:09:11 AM »
I have the camera one of the later models and its fine, are you shooting JPG? also I noticed I want shoot lower than F18 and the image becomes softer due to Interpolation, but that's general, I will say this, what software are you using to work on your images, I had noticed when this camera came out, the images were terribly soft, but that was due to the software rendering the 5D3 images badly, Im happy with my photos and been a terrible pixel peeper, just make sure you have the latest firmware, all software packages are up too date, if it still persists, it could be a problem with earlier body's, but I'm not certain on that


Louis

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I cannot see the camera being almost better than a 5Dmark3 and with these specs it seems it is, it wouldn't make sense for canon, also the big firmware is a big indication that it isn't going to move for a while, I would assume a 7D2 upgrade is a 6D

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EOS Bodies / Re: Now a 5D3 owner after all !
« on: August 07, 2012, 05:45:53 AM »
Thanks all! I will have save up for a X1000 Lexar!

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EOS Bodies / Re: Need Help, 1 DsIII vs 5d mark III
« on: August 05, 2012, 08:49:08 PM »
Its just build your paying for, trust me, its just the looks you probably want and so did I, but then I felt I did have a 5 year old camera in my hand, and you really do, it isn't worth it, honest, you need to play with both, I was lucky I did,

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EOS Bodies / Canon to announce medium format dslr?
« on: August 05, 2012, 08:34:15 PM »
Whoooa!!


http://www.petapixel.com/2012/08/05/canon-medium-format-dslr-and-sony-nex-6-both-coming-next-month/

"There are some interesting murmurings in the world of camera rumors. Photokina is just around the corner, and if the rumors are to be believed, we’ll be seeing some pretty earth-shattering unveilings at the German trade show.

CanonWatch recently received information about an upcoming medium format DSLR by Canon, to be announced at Photokina.

The camera will reportedly offer an EF mount, but may not be compatible with the entire lineup of EF lenses:

[...] newer EF lenses will be supported and (older) lenses with popular focal lengths that actually are suited for full frame sensors will see new editions for the medium format camera (possibly in Spring 2013). Since an EF mount accepts all EF lenses, the only way I can figure out you can block certain EF lenses from being used is through electronic sensing (my speculation). It is not known if the medium format DSLR will have a mechanical interlock for EF-S lenses (though I think this is more than plausible).

It would certainly be an interesting move by Canon. Just months after announcing a cinema DSLR to compete against the likes of RED, Canon would be diving headfirst into a market occupied by the likes of Pentax and Hasselblad.

On a slightly less earth-shattering note, SonyAlphaRumors is reporting with certainty that Sony has a NEX-6 camera prepped and ready for launch.

The camera would be a smaller counterpart to the enormously popular NEX-7 — a top-seller amongst mirrorless cameras. They write,

[...] this will be a sort of “mini-NEX-7″. It has an integrated viewfinder like the NEX-7 but with a tiny bit lower EVF resolution. The camera will be cheaper than the NEX-7 and price right in the middle between the NEX-5F (also coming in September) and the current NEX-7.

Get ready: we might be in for a boatload of exciting announcements come next month.



Looks like we have allot to look forward too,

anyone see this coming?

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