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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: D7000 replacement in April...
« on: February 06, 2013, 05:19:11 PM »
  .......if someone wants more DR, then go for HDR with CS6 since it is available 32 bits now...

32bit output files are available in CS5 too, but you need Lightroom 4 or ACR (Camera RAW 7) that ships with CS6 to manipulate them.

thanks for the tip... that means someone has to buy a light room 4 if he/she wants to stick with CS5.

Third Party Manufacturers / Re: D7000 replacement in April...
« on: February 06, 2013, 05:03:41 PM »
Sorry guys, I have not been around for a couple of days so now I see the "D7000 replacement in April..." topic and open, read last two pages without seeing anything about the D7000 or its replacement. Going to read from the beginning to see how the topic developed...

Here's how:

Q: What was the weather like in Stockholm last week?

A: Sunny, and when I underexposed by 4 stops to capture the detail of the sun shining down on the Storkyrkan then pulled up the shadows by 4 stops to see the cobblestone detail of the Slottsbacken, the Canon 5DIII failed miserably with banding and noise, but fortunately I had my D800 with me - and look at this perfect shot!


well with a sony sensor you can under expose so you cover high lights far above middle grey which are  usually 4 stops and both Storkyrkans golden highlights  are intact reproduced  in the sun  and open up in the shadows of the big church to se details= that the benfits  of  a large DR 14 stops and not 11 with banding and patter noise

sorry, a prof. photographers who under/over expose for more than 2 stops will not going to be earn my respect.  i do not allow myself to make big mistake in predict exposures; therefore, i have made a tool and developed my own way of seeing light.

under/over exposure over two stops? sorry to say that he/she is an un-prof. photographer.  are you one of them?  if someone wants more DR, then go for HDR with CS6 since it is available 32 bits now...

Third Party Manufacturers / Re: D7000 replacement in April...
« on: February 06, 2013, 02:26:49 AM »
yes, You can believe that if its suits you.
this is my 5dmk2 and my d800, exposed in the same way  to get the high lights in the sky intact
then the darker parts are lifted and adjusted the same. The results from the Canon is visible more pattern noise , banding, lower signal , less color information.

well... number of people and i, in this forum, have been asking for your raw files but we have not seen anything yet.  however, i do not know how good you are in photography? but if i have a chance to meet you, i must see how good you are in photography as well as operating dslr(s).  this message is written by a person who uses dslr for just almost a year, feb 10, 2013 will be a year to be exact.

note:  as canon already states, it offers only two stops recovery.  and if you are a photographer who shoot under or over expose for more two stops, you should change your career.  one thing that i should let you know that you should not think that i know nothing about nikon.  in fact, i play around with nikon cameras every single time being at costco...

very very "smart and scientific" comparison...  ;D

when taking a look into some of responses to this thread, i start realize that some people do not bother to read original post which mention about "STRONG YEN", yet they do not even know what is going on between china and japan (east china sea or senkaku islands).

EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: Help to make my decision.
« on: January 31, 2013, 03:16:17 PM »
Or you can look at it this way:
The 5DII was the successor to the 5D, and a great camera.
The 5DIII is the successor to the 5DIII, also a great camera.

The 5DIII is the successor to the 5DIII, also a great camera. <-- not until april (firmware release month)  ;D

EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: Help to make my decision.
« on: January 31, 2013, 12:29:08 PM »
a book is there for you to read, it is just the matter of how much you are getting out of it.  same on camera, it is just a tool for you to use... if you are tight on budget, then find a work around way to deal with...  there is a commercial/fashion photographer has won number of awards with her canon 350d/xt.  ansel adams & george hurrell, etc did not have great tools back in the day, but they still produced great images.  after all, it is just the matter of art (from your eyes and retouch)

link:  http://blog.zhangjingna.com/2010/10/equipment-and-where-money-comes-from.html

note:  if you are shooting sport, that is a different story.  GET 1DX  :P

Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Canon may be expensive but...
« on: January 29, 2013, 11:21:55 AM »
WWOOOOOWWWWWWW!  :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o :o
Did you guys see the MTF chart on the Nikon???

Nikon without TC:

Nikon with TC

Borderline perfection!!

Here's the Canon to compare:

1. well... do i trust given information from nikon? not really.  why?  because of this:  they claim this image is taken with nikon d5200, but take a look into metadata

sample image 3:  http://chsvimg.nikon.com/lineup/dslr/d5200/img/sample01/img_03_l.jpg

update note:  recently download the image to ensure the same image that i downloaded before.  check metadata and it is now d5200, not d800e anymore, not sure if it is the same image since i do not remember, but it should be the same scene.  ONE THING THAT I MIGHT HAVE A GUT TO SAY THAT "NIKON MARKETING TEAM IS ON CANONRUMORS CHANEL "


2. it is so bummer when comparing old design and old technology to new one.  use your brain please

In Sweden the Nikon 600/4 is almost 5000USD cheaper than Canons 600mm
Why on earth do you think  the street price will be higher on the Nikon 800mm than the Canons?

New design with new technology always much more expensive and this has been proven from time to time right :)  I guess next Canon 800mm will be about the same price, depending US dollars... will probably not be cheaper than nikon though :)

Third Party Manufacturers / Re: D5200 review
« on: January 28, 2013, 08:39:20 PM »
Why someone would talk about Nikon products on a Canon forum?

As soon as anyone mentions the opposition Canon fan boys jump in - sad really.

Read what the poster has to say and you might learn something.

well... that is just nature though.  i guess you should know about that right?  if not, try to get to nikon forum and ask them to buy canon and see how it goes.

note:  i will now let you know why i am not buying nikon.  because i had experienced crappy nikon pns prior to make purchase my dslr since i lost my trust in nikon.

"As soon as anyone mentions the opposition Canon fan boys jump in -" NIKON IS SO PATHETIC REALLY

increasing clarity (local contrast also sharpness) and increasing your sharpening add more grains to your image.  try to reset those sliders and re-post your image to see as if there are differences in which i think it will...

EOS Bodies / Re: Case focus on 5D MIII
« on: January 26, 2013, 11:14:52 PM »
i am not sure if i am correct, but case two i would pick since you want to shoot only your daughter from the crowd.  if there is no competition, then case one would also do the job :) in addition, pick cross focus points in the center for better result since it detects contrast better than any other focus points...

Canon General / Re: Why did you choose Canon?
« on: January 26, 2013, 09:28:21 PM »
For more than 10 years I shot event, product and wedding photography with Nikon equipment. I now specialize in wedding photography and like doing off camera flash when I can. When I saw that Canon announced the 600EX-RT flash with built in radios, I was very interested. After seeing some online previews, I ordered a pair of 600EX-RT and 5DIII. After a week of testing I loved how the flash system worked. The camera body seemed overall very similar to the D3s Nikon I was using as my primary camera in terms of image quality. I decided to shoot my next wedding with all Canon equipment. I took this image in the rain at my first (with Canon) wedding in early 2012. I sold all Nikon equipment when I got home.

seem like this style has been kinda popular.  it has been done by multiple photographers (jerry ghionis, sal cincotta, etc.) the only different is that they both use water miser instead of shooting under rain...  nice captured...

If Canon donĀ“t put a real replacement for the 1Ds on the market, they lose a lot of pros.

I thought:

   1. 1D is crop series
   2. 1Ds is full frame series
   3. 1DX is end of 1D series with crop

Lighting / Re: Buying Yongnuo Flash
« on: January 24, 2013, 05:36:45 PM »
I rather buy used 480EX than buying a Yongnuo 468.  They are both around the same price (might be $20 more on 430EX).  I bought Yongnuos (560EXs and 622Cs on supporting me to learn off camera flash), I can say that they are all pretty good so far, but paying about the same price, once again suggest to get used 430EX

Third Party Manufacturers / Re: D5200 review
« on: January 18, 2013, 11:20:46 PM »
because he/she wants people to buy nikon, as simple as that...

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