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Thanks for the information, Besisika, it gives me hope. I'm sure that, with that second production facility, the wait times will shrink soon.
ifp, I'm guessing you ordered soon after that review appeared here on canonrumors? Same here.
I placed an order for it on 4/1 from BH so I'd have plenty of time before a July trip - haven't heard anything yet. Status is still "On Order". I wonder what the current lead time is.
there is a quite a backlog for them as they are super popular
So thats why the 6d has pathetic battery life compared to any rebel or the 60d. great
Have you the Tammy? Can you contribute for anything here at all?
In the case of the 1D X, you have 6.95µm pixels, or an area of 6.95^2µm: 48.3µm^2. The 7D has 4.3µm pixels, or an area of 4.3^2µm: 18.49µm^2. Again, because were working in two dimensions here, it's not a linear scale, you can fit 48.3/18.5 7D pixels into one 1D X pixel. That comes out to 2.61x 7D pixels per 1D X pixel. You would need a 2.6x TC in in order to completely normalize the crop difference between the 7D and 1D X, all else being equal.
What did you do in PP?
IMHO, the colors seem to be a little too much pushed.
If you didn't do anything to the colors, forget my comment.
Otherwise it's always a question of taste. For me, a little bit too much.
The rest ist very well.
I. too, would like to apply a Camera Calibration>Profile>Canon Faithful (or another such as Landscape), but as far as I can see, there is no way to "set this as a Preset" for import. I have to import all the files, then select them under Develop and then apply the Camera Calibration Profile I want for the selected set of images - two steps I could eliminate if I could just set a default Import Preset.
Am I missing something and I can set up a Preset under Import>Basic Development ?
Thanks for any help here.