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Lenses / Re: What lenses do you own?
« on: August 28, 2012, 05:43:57 PM »
24-70 f2,8 L USM

Tamron 55-200 old one only 100€ debt

I´ll buy a new tele but which one I don´t know yet, i get a gift from girlfriend for an event called "Masters of Dirt" and I know from friends that there is no much light, i know my 7D peform for me well at least ISO 800 and what i also know is that i want a lightstrong tele but what I don´t know is up to 200 or 300 what do you guys think?

Neither on Canon.at or Canon.de the Firware is available for Windows only for Mac  :( so i just downloaded the canon.us Firmware hopefully it will work :-)


on this page you can download some images with full size ported via sony included sony Software to jpg;

You find in on the left side

The Sony looks great, but I´m not really a fan of Sony, and you can´t change any lenses,

The Olympus is well build has a touchscreen, and what i like espeacially on Olympus: You can change everything without entering any menu: Its body is better I think Magnesium Alloy body; You can set up different lenses, not only olympus by far as I know; The EVF is the sharpest I´ve ever seen, and she´s lying good on Hands, Unfortunattly i havent taken any Pictures.

Sports / Re: Post Your Panning Shots!
« on: July 09, 2012, 12:40:56 PM »
Early Works from 2007

RC Car Racer

EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: Canon Updates The EOS 7D Manual
« on: July 02, 2012, 11:39:50 AM »
But this is only USA, here in Europe the Manual is Canon Guide 1.0

EOS Bodies / Re: 7D full frame
« on: May 25, 2012, 01:09:36 PM »
So as I said;

Here is the german link:


and here is the text translated with google translation:

Soon beginners VDSLRs full frame Nikon & Canon?

[09:48 Thu, May 24, 2012 [d] by rob ]
The rumor mill has done a great bubbling and ready as it seems both Canon full frame Nikon DSLRs before, which complete the full-frame segment toward the bottom. At Canon, it would be a Canon EOS 7D, Nikon MKII and a Nikon D600. Looking at the current product portfolio of the two DSLR market leader, makes an entry level full-frame DSLR actually sense, especially since the starting price for the full frame now a whopping 3.000, - € is.

Price in regions between 1500-2000 € could be an entry in the full-frame segment well imagine. The crucial question for us is whether the video capabilities of higher-quality full-frame DSLRs are 1:1 also be found in the entry-level or whether the user is inclined VDSLR with reduced functions have to live video.

This abundant cost-driving equipment features exist in the current full-frame DSLRs, which could be omitted from the entry-without the video capability approach must: magnesium housing, sensor resolution, frame rate (photo) to AF sensors and dust-/watersealing only a pair of call ... it probably will eventually amount to a marketing decision whether you want to leave the video segment as more significant focus of the USP or not - we are very excited to see how they will decide this.

A possible, though perhaps less likely scenario would be the reversal of the previous segmentation by bringing out a full-frame DSLR, which is intended primarily for video, and only secondarily for photography. Ok, Canon has the EOS 1 DC (4K) brought out but what about 2K and what with Nikon? Especially the latter buzz around current rumors that it might be a start to introduce into the video camera range - a Nikon video-cam with interchangeable lenses, which would be just as consistent at least focused on video as the Panasonic GH2 would impress us in any case difficult and once again is: 2012 - an exciting year for the large area sensor cam.

EOS Bodies / 7D full frame
« on: May 24, 2012, 04:15:34 PM »
Hy folks,

about 6 hours ago i´ve got a newsletter in my android app news+weather where i´ve a Canon only Theme, there was a link to a site where they told that maybe the follower of the 7D will/is a full frame, for the proamateurs; If this will resolve as true I´m very dissapointed;

In this link they said that it maybe not so conditioned like 5d;

Maybe in Weather sealing or in Video Segment or Autofocus;

As I said it was a link from a German Site; but unfortunatelly the link went away after acuatlising news+weather app as soon as I Found i will post it here

EOS Bodies - For Video / Re: Magic Lantern on the 5D Mark III
« on: April 28, 2012, 03:00:47 PM »
i´m a little sad, it can be ported everywhere else but not on 7D  :'(

Technical Support / Re: Sensor cleaning technique that actually works?
« on: April 14, 2012, 06:01:03 PM »
Yes CPS will accept the 60D.
I think they do for USA CPS, but not Europe.

You're wrong - please see the link I posted above - the 60d qualifies for cps silver.

when i enter cps in europe and add my eos 7d an my ef 24-70 2,8 the cps says i don´t have all needs to  enter cps, either platinum nor silver but the site go further and jump to the second page

try to call canon an monday

Technical Support / Re: Sensor cleaning technique that actually works?
« on: April 14, 2012, 08:48:16 AM »
Use this :

Or even better yet, join Canon CPS.  Send camera in for a free sensor cleaning when you receive your free clean and check coupons! Your sensor will be like new, and you don't have to worry about messing up the cleaning and turning your camera into an expensive paper weight! :)

but did canon accept the 60D for CPS? I´ve wanted to register my 7D + 27-70 2,8
and my flash and cps said i´ve not the permission to enter cps?

With friendly Regards

Well in my Country you have also pay URA if you buy a HDD because you can saving copyrighted Material on it, but the shops don´t pay it with the argument that, old radiocassetes also haven´t URA but you can also save Copyrighted Material on it.

I don´t think that the URA will make it so much higher but if you look on various good HD Camcorder, they are Cheaper than the 5DIII and can record longer, and also have the URA included; So yes doesn´t make sense,

But maybe it´s because they don´t want to let you pay extra only because you have to click a second or third time on the record button, you only miss one or two seconds, so in my opinion it´s Ok if you don´t can record longer.

I also think How long does a clip goes, Most users press the record button and after a few minutes they say I´ve what i want, and stop the record;

Site Information / Re: Don´t check it
« on: April 09, 2012, 06:41:38 PM »
and so i doesn´t also make sense in japan it is 07:40 at this time the forum shows now 06:40

Site Information / Don´t check it
« on: April 09, 2012, 04:08:07 PM »
Hy everyone,

I know it´s a stupid Question,

just look at the top of the forum and see that´s its actually April 10th in the US.

So but how does it come?

Arent you behind GMT? I know I´m +1 in Front (Austria, Vienna) but this means you have to be behind or?

With friendly regards


Software & Accessories / Re: Lightroom 4 RC 64-bit ??
« on: April 09, 2012, 06:49:21 AM »
oh i see, but will upgrading not be free if you already purchased?? Or is it meant in direction
with LR4.0 RC

Software & Accessories / Re: Lightroom 4 RC 64-bit ??
« on: April 08, 2012, 06:22:55 PM »
Isn´t Lightroom 4 already out? Or did I overread something? in my market it´s already available

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