>> What's the difference between the 5DS and 5DS R though?
The "R" model is for Pirates.
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What is ViewPoint doing that Lightroom isn't?
At the rate I get around to upgrading my operating system, upgrading Lightroom (to LR5), it may well be early March...
...our photos today don't suffer because of a lack of technology, but rather a lack of imagination.
+1 Spot on.
Up to 1/1000 would be incredible. Hell, a 1/500 for full frame would be pretty damn fantastic. I think people are just commenting on the idea of no sync speed, but they're getting excited about faster sync speed... any improvement is a good one. It's something you don't see with all these new cameras, for some reason.Its not fantastic, not even incredible Canon has 1D (4Mp, mk I) camera with CCD sensor and electronic shutter. And 1/500 sync speed. I test it on 1/1000 with studio flash and it work.
Still, cant find sure info about sensor maker.
I'd like to hear why people want a very fast sync speed. I know quite a lot about this topic and can see direct applications for sync speeds up to about 1/1000th, but at that point applications get a lot more limited.
Would this allow to sync flash at any shutter speed if we have a flash trigger that is quick enough?
27'' is fine if you have the room, but it doesn't give you any better res - in fact lower - than the 24".
If you're willing to go up to say, $700, you could get that in a 27". Dell P2715q.
Some people shun Dell, and go toward Eizo or NEC or whatnot. But that's out of your budget. Dell makes a decent middle of the road (but still far better than standard) monitor, in my opinion.
Been doing some shopping myself lately. Just noticed the P2715Q is on sell for $524.99, so I jumped on it yesterday.
I've not a clue what a monitor costs that will do a good job on images ... I have an idea what monitors cost, but that doesn't help me. Generally, as soon as an OP asks a Q like this - the first of many replies say: "What's your budget" ... so, I guessed at mid-range monitors, wondering if a monitor cost matters much - Why buy a $10K monitor if I don't need it, but yes, buy one if that's what it takes. That's my dilemma - and why I asked guys that know the technology better than me. I'm not, nor will I ever be, a 'cheapie' when it come to my gear or satisfying my clients.
My question is always, "What will do the job well, not how cheap can I do it." Sorry if that wasn't clear to some of you.
Shoot with a 7D2 and a 5DM3 w/ all "L" zoom lenses ... if that matters ?
Only am I think the perspective correction is exaggerated? When I see pictures of buildings, seen from below, I hope the top look more narrow, the way my eyes see.
If the top seems wider, it is unpleasant to my eyes.