« on: May 16, 2013, 07:52:28 AM »
Somebody had posted a utility on CR that read EXIF and gave you stats. I think it was a year back. If I find it, I will post the link to the thread.
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Thank you for helping i have a 50mm f/1.4 and thinking of buying 85mm f/1.8 would either of these be good for macro is so would you recommend the 50mm or the 85?After a lot of deliberating I got the 100L macro. It is a lovely lens. Fantastic for macro and works well as a portrait lens too. So unless you need the f1.8, (the 100L is a f2. you will not need to get the 85mm. I got the 25mm extension tube and it works great!
Waiting for instructions.
Camera: Canon EOS 7D
Exposure: 0.013 sec (1/80)
Focal Length: 28 mm
ISO Speed: 100
Absolutely! Did I ever say that I love B&W pics? I don't think I did on this forum1Dx 85f/1.2 L II, Shot @ f/4.5 & 1/160th ISO320
Love this Lens
Fantastic image...i probably stared at it for a good 15 seconds to soak it all in.
Help, I only have one kidney. I'm conducting a poll: which organ should I sell to finance my 200-400 purchase?Ah! Had not thought of that! I have a spare kidney and some other parts. Tonsils anyone?
This young BCN Heron and I are now friends. Whenever I feed bread to the fish, he swoops down out of nowhere and lands at the ditch's water's edge at my feet and waits for me to entice the tilapia towards him. Today, he did it again and finally, after 15 minutes and half loaf of bread, he caught his 2nd fish on our team. 7D, 100-400mmL, F7.1, 1/100-1/160s, ISO 400, handheld with 580EX II flash and Better Beamer. PP in DPP. 1st 2 shots @285mm, rest @400mm.So you finally taught him to fish!
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You can do it using the EOS Utility or you can simply copy the .FIR file to the root directory on your SD or CF card. Then press Menu on the camera and go to the Firmware option. You can upgrade from there. Also dont forget to remove the FIR file or format your card.Ok, I know this sounds boneheaded.....Ok, I'm feeling pretty dumb right now. -I went to the Canon website to load the new firmware to my computer. The only thing coming up an update procedure PDF. Is the firmware hiding in there somewhere. Help would be appreciated:) Thanks in advance!So go here:
In the first drop list select the OS.
In the next drop list select the version
Next click the Firmware link below.
Now under "File Description" you will see "EOS 5D Mark III Firmware Version 1.2.1 [<Operating system>]".
That will lead to a Disclaimer and an End User License Agreement and a button that reads "I Agree - Begin Download" (I would not have capitalized "A", "B" and "D" - but then that is me...). Click it to download the firmware.
Hope this helps.
I've found the firmware update to download, but I don't see the instructions there on HOW to install the firmware safely on the camera...?
Am I missing the link there on this?
Hmmm 5The captchas are cool. It is these darned trick questions that get me...
I mean, I never bought or used Nikon. So what do I know of the colour of the lens?
That should give you a gold plated approval already ... Stop messing about with those captchas.
So if asked "what is 2 and 2" the best answer is "it depends" (and that works for most questions too - try it out - you would be surprised...)
So is this an arithmetic question, is it a binary logic question, or is it just messing with your mind? I can elaborate - the answers are:
See, It is hard to answer such questions...
Damn ... I've been trying to explain to the shareholders that the answer is 5 and that is not even listed as an option
I stand by my signature line....Absolutely!
Ok, I'm feeling pretty dumb right now. -I went to the Canon website to load the new firmware to my computer. The only thing coming up an update procedure PDF. Is the firmware hiding in there somewhere. Help would be appreciated:) Thanks in advance!So go here: