I decided to not take chances... The camera is on the way to Canon Factory Service Center in Irvine,CA. Like 130 miles from home.
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If u send ur camera to Canon they will tell u whats wrong with it and propose a price to you. Then u can accept it or refuse it if its too expensive
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Lots of nice angles and captures, but I'm going to be brutally honest here (and I'm not an hdr hater, in fact I am one of it's biggest supporters) but the tonemapping/microcontrast/psudo-HDR look (I'm guessing processed using Topaz Adjust), is so over the top that it is killing these cool images for me. It's like you pushed it to 11, and not in a good way.
#1: a canon 24-70 mk ii, for the versatility and speed
#2: canon 85 1.2 L ii/my 100mm 2.8 L/canon 135 f2 for extra length, and the bokeh telephoto capabilities.
Is that 750 full-sized RAW files?
Hey y'all!, I'm a long time lurker but first time poster.
I'm shooting an indoor wedding in December, and plan to rent a 5D mkIII to complement my 7D and a 40D.
Coming from a 7D is there anything major I should be aware of using the 5Diii? Tips and/or advice?
Lenses I own:
-the nifty fifty
-Canon 17-55 2.8 IS
-Kiron 105 2.8 Macro
Gear I plan to rent:
Tamron 24-70 2.8 VC
Canon 70-200 2.8L is II
Canon 5D mk III
1. Will I need 60mb/s cards to shoot RAW with the 5Diii, or will 30mb/s suffice?
2. In your experience/opinion, how much speed/capacity do you need? (I'll have (3) 4GB 30mb/s cards, (1)8GB 30mb/s, and hopefully (3) shiny new 16GB 60mb/s cards (all SanDisk Extreme, Ultra, or Extreme III) Good? Should I pick up some more?
3. I have 2 chargers and should have at least (2) batteries per camera.
I think that it has just taken time for the better sensors to get into camera models that actually get attention: D800 & D600.
Three years ago, the D7000's APS-C sensor was way 'better' than it's competitor, the 7D (in DxOMark-land). Which was more popular?
And while the geeks are yapping about miniscule differences in sensors, Canon is scooping up even more market share by discounting a four-year camera to undercut sales of the D600 and lock buyers into their system.
One more from the 5D3. Love this cam. Shot this down in New Orleans after Hurricane Isaac wiped out this poor guy's house.
What lens/settings? This is one of the nicest photos I've seen on the forums. Brilliant stuff. Great post, whatever you did.