*crosses fingers and hopes for an embossed dial*
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I am way over my head in this company!
What does one do with the atoms in a neuroan?
There are those who read a manual from cover to cover before flipping the "on" switch. Then there are those who once they find the "on" switch, just jump in learning as they go.
The screen is a 1:1 screen shot, non- developed, adobe bridge 100% raw file preview. Reference 24-105.
How about a handheld shot indoors in a dark room at 300mm and f/5.6 (with the 70-300L), for .8 seconds at ISO 10,000? Is that not low light? If a 5D3 can autofocus in that amount of light, I'll go buy 10 of them tomorrow...
What you should do is go to a camera shop and hold both in your hands with your lenses. Once you see the massive viewfinder on FF, it might sway you.
Two last questions - Do many find 35mm wide enough most of the time and would adding a 50 be redundant?
Thanks and given that my lenses are spectacular would my non sports photography (flowers, family, travel, landscape, architecture, etc.) have that "holy ****** ****" look that I don't quite get with the T1i? I think I'm going to take a deep breath and order the 6D.
. I wish all the manufacturers would go with DNG natively in camera and get away from the proprietary nonsense.The issue is that Major camera makers may want to add new camera features and do not want innovations limited by what Adobe allows in DNG. Its a philosophy that lets Canon control its own destiny and not be limited by a committee or have to give trade secrets to a committee and lose a competitive advantage. Canon is very secretive.
I have a (probably dumb) question. If everytime a new camera comes out and we need a new version of LR to utilize the RAW files, can we convert those files to DNG first and run the DNG file in a previous version of LR?When I first got my 5d3 in March 2012, I was running LR3 which never got support for 5d3 files. I upgraded my computer in Oct 2012 to Win7, 64bit which allowed me to run LR4 which could natively read the 5d3 files. So, for six months, I ingested the CR2 files, used the free convertor and processed my images in LR3.
Is that why the Adobe DNG converter is free?? So you can do that?
Now I just import CR2's and bypass the DNG conversion process. Either way, I don't notice an image difference and has already been said, there are tons of threads on DNG vs RAW. I don't convert them as it adds a step to my workflow but I never had an issue with DNG's. I wish all the manufacturers would go with DNG natively in camera and get away from the proprietary nonsense.
I have not looked at the conversion process. However, if lightroom can't read your cr2 files how does the converter read them,correctly. Does the converter get upgraded sooner?
Next step for Canon is to make sure that the SD/CF card is manufactured by Canon. After all the other brands can damage the camera.
If the movie/music companies, (aka: the most greedy/sleazy entities on the planet) had simply made their movies/music more affordable from the beginning, no one would have wanted to go to all the trouble to copy or download inferior music files to get around the high cost.