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Shot the skyline of downtown Houston yesterday after sunset. Both pictures were shot from the same spot. The time difference was about 20 mins.
With Rokinon 14mm 2.8 and the lens correction profile posted by mrsfotografie
Interested in getting this lens. Which is better, get a Canon mount lens + EMF chip for AF confirmation & correct EXIF data or Nikon Mount lens with Nikon to Canon EF adapter (Nikon mount lens has AE support and focus confirmation) ? In short, which is the more reliable way to get the AF confirmation light & correct EXIF data? TIA
I would add the EMF chip. Going with the adapter means that you introduce the possibility of some image quality less through an adapter that is less than perfect.
Looking at the gear in your signature, is there anything left to buy? :-PI need help! Spring is in the air and I am coming down with GAS, I am spending to much time looking at lens reviews....how can I rid myself of this affliction?..?Fortunately I seem to have some sort of immunity against GAS...
I took this picture on a recent trip to India. I did not bring my 5D3, went only with the X100s.
This was such a peaceful scenery, I'm glad I had a camera with me.
I need help! Spring is in the air and I am coming down with GAS, I am spending to much time looking at lens reviews....how can I rid myself of this affliction?..?
don't fight it, it only gets easier
pretty soon you'll accumulate enough red rings and white lenses to mask purchases from the wife as you continue to struggle with GAS.
Hands-on video from CP+ here:
Sigma 50mm F1.4 DG HSM | ART
Oops - that's what I get for trying to read the forum on my phone . Your advice is always excellent, of course, unlike my eyesI can't believe no one mentioned using EOS Utility - you can do it entirely from your PC.
Errhh... I was the second to reply and there it is:You can update the firmware using EOS utility. See attached manual. Good luck.
To the op: Try using the search field and feel free to browse through some the other 100 dedicated 17-40L vs 16-35L threads :-p
+1 (Actually, there are only 81, but who is counting?)
My advice is to skip both lenses and adapt a Nikon 14-24mm. Both Canon offerings are incredibly horrible.... there we go ... OP is specifically asking for advice on 16-35 f/2.8 L II vs 17-4 f/4 L, and your advice is to jump ship to another camera manufacturer ... how intelligent