« on: July 12, 2013, 10:19:35 AM »
The heck? That can't be right... maybe just a different release schedule?
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at least it's not a joke like the 60D; it looks likes a real XXD bodycan you name those apparent differences? i cant tell. im serious. in my eyes, it actually looks somewhat small
Nice caddy shack drop. I have nothing in response but I appreciated it.
so where it's this in the packing order of the Canon 70-200 is f2.8L mkii. better, worse, our just a different lens so the comparisons aren't really fair.
Just to confirm - everything else is the same with the physical setup? Remember that it's not just what's in front of the camera that matters - light entering through the VF also affects metering so if you're in a different position behind the camera, that can make a difference. Try covering the VF during testing (a lens cap hung over the eyecup does the trick).
Since Live View metering is done using the image sensor rather than the metering sensor, might be good to see if the same phenomenon occurs in live view.
Please can you check your camera, in AV Mode and Evaluative Metering, do not move, and switch the lens to manual and back again to Auto AF and please look at your metering value does it change?
It doesn't seem to change with a different lens
But does with the 24mm
Thanks for your time,
I'd still like an updated 100-400L, though, as a more portable option.
Need some advice:
I am looking for an compact Camera or Mirrorless for climbing or high-altitude hiking.
Price unter 1500€ inclusive wideangle lens
- smaller an lighter than SLR
- focus on high image quality
- normal AF speed (shutter lag <0,5s)
- able to use an polarisation filter e.g.
- wide angle preference
I aimed at the Sony Cyber-shot RX100, but there are very variying tests. (Dpreview gives not the best notes. Color foto (German magazine) says superb,...) Which test to trust?
The Fuji 100s or the X-1E?
Which model would you prefer?
I recently moved into a new apartment, here's an HDR panorama of one of the new bedrooms, shot with a 5DIII + 24L II. I believe there were a total of 12 frames - 4 sets of 3 frames (-2.3, 0, +2.3) converted into 4 32-bit tiff files, then reprocessed in ACR and photomerged via PSCS6:
Very nice. Great use of HDR, not looking like something produced by Looney Tunes.