« on: December 27, 2012, 10:44:40 AM »
Twin pro-B4s; neither "speedlights don't have enough power" nor "logistics" remain valid excuses...
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And lastly, could you have learned the same from the internet and experienced friends?
they are trying to sell us cheap technology with an absurd "premium". well, i don´t buy that anymore.
try some Yongnuo YN-622C or Phottix Odin stuff instead. both systems are very reliable.
But high frame-rate Canons tend to do whole-number frames per second, not 10.2, hence my scepticism.The (iirc) 50D was in the same bracket and rated 6.3fps.
upgrading to a Nikon FF instead of a Canon FF might give you better value.
i did a quick telly up of all the professional advertising photographers i know (im friends with quite a few), and i would say half have changed to or about change to nikon.
Need high ISO performance way more than high MP...
they will loose a lot of photographers.
(yes, I know about the high voltage risk, but once the batteries have been removed and the capacitor has been confirmed drained it should be no problem)That can lead to an high voltage surprise - caps regenerate some residual charge from their dielectric separator.
I was wondering: are these two items regular off-the-shelf electronic components available from just about any electronics supplier at low cost or are they made to custom specs by Canon only making them hard and expensive to replace yourself?The IGBT is most likely off the shelf, perhaps w/o or with a custom label, the tubes aren't that common.
Oh, just remove the grip? Very inconvenient, for me.
Marginally at best - you need ideal circumstances to actually get benefits of the sensor in lets say the D800/E.
1. Better noise performance !!!!!
2. Better Image quaily !!!!!
3. All focus point light metering !!!!!That would be my second main grief w. most Canon cams. The other point is the sync time, most Nikons run circles around the 5D3 in case you want to use flash while the sun is out. That and the battery grip design, no quick (un-)mounting based on the situation...
4. Faster controlA matter of taste and the actual task to be done.
- why would you guys stay with Canon?Lenses. No earth shattering differences, but some little things here and there that add up and
(these folks shoot in RAW, so the files sizes are plain massive for their aging laptops that are taking ages to load and post process ....Ironically Canons raw files grow to similar size once you apply the lens corrections of newer DPP versions - and some lenses really benefit from it, the 16-35's borders come to mind.
Is it possible to use softboxes with constant output lights like these?