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I broke my leg a few weeks back and thus have to cancel my planned trip to the beautiful Muskoka and Algonquin area. Attached are some pics taken with my Canon 40D in my neighborhood.Some more to share.
I can understand avoiding a car or a floor number with the number 4 in it, because plenty of people are killed in cars and buildings. But when was the last time someone was killed by a camera?Totally agreed. I don't believe that people are that superstitious. Btw, what about the previous successful 40D, 400D and 450D - they all have a "4" in their model number.
Why would Adorama offer 5d3 at a different (lower) price on Ebay from it own site?
i have some tripods they can carying 400mm when i put it the head of tripod goes down.could you tell me between how much the good tripod?
I believe you're referring to the AGC- Automatic Gain Control. You can install Magic Lantern on your T3i to (among other things) change the AGC to Manual, or you can buy a microphone which can be attached through the camera's 3.5mm microphone jack (consider the Rode VideoMic or the Rode VideoMic Pro). Besides for removing the annoying hiss, it will greatly improve your audio quality. You can also clean up the sound using software such as the Denoiser effect in Adobe Premiere Pro.
What camera you using?
So the sensor is spotless, however when you look through the view finder you can see specs of Idk what. Guessing dust, and my local camera cleaner guy said it was in the mirror which he doesn't clean because it has to stay at a certain angel etc and didn't want to mess with it. So my question is the dust and stuff in either the mirror or somewhere in the view finder don't affect the images in anyway but are a super pain because Its blocking my view when shooting macro and some landscape. So if anyone knows exactly what it is or how to slove it please let me now but if it has to be sent to canon so be it