I used http://eoscount.com/ and had no issues. I think they charge like $1.99 or something but it worked perfectly with my 7D.
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I tried grabbing some still's from a video shot with the 1Dx in sunset low light.
and a single still that shows the set set color.
A lot prettier than my last Post on this thread, it's a wonderful experience to shoot these Wild Dogs anywhere in the wild, I wasn't expecting them in Tanzania, and I certainly didn't expect to photograph them right on Sunset, the colouring of these Guys is about perfect at anytime, but with sunrise/sunset, just Beautiful.Beautiful Edward! Thank you!
1Dx 200-400f/4, Shot @ 526mm f/5.6 & 1/320th ISO640
Very nice Ken. How many exposures did you use for this shot?
I like it too.
Clouds at sunset. What do you see?I love the panther eating the sun! Great capture!
A lady kissing a frog?
A panther taking a bite out of the sun?
Swedish sunset in March this year. It was a fantastic evening!
Handheld in body HDR of the Canon EOS 5D Mark III at 24mm f/18 1/200 ISO 2000, with the 24-105 f/4L IS
Overwhelming Beauty by Dejjvid Photography, on Flickr
EXCELLENT! ... the in camera HDR of Canon 5D MK III is the best of any camera I've used, be it Nikon or Sony.
Great shots everyone!
Here's one of my first attempts at birds. This little fellow (parus major) stopped by this morning.
Canon 7D, 70-200 2.8 MK II with a Kenko 1.4 extender, f4 1/250 ISO 100
Here's a few taken with the 600mm IS II F4 on a 5D Mark III. All shots hand held without color modifications
Two Cactus Wrens - note fruit juice (prickly pears from cactus) around their bill. Their call is most unique and easy to ID as it sounds like a car having a tough time starting up on a cold morning. Since 1931, they have been the Arizona State bird. All shots taken in southern California.
Two Cactus Wrens (11878) by Revup67, on Flickr
"Ridin' The December Sky at 5:05" by Revup67, on Flickr
American Kestrel (11848) by Revup67, on Flickr
Townsend's Warbler (11679) by Revup67, on Flickr
Note rows of "narrowly" drilled holes and protruding sap which attracts insects as well as Rufous Hummingbirds (dependent on season and regional location). The Sapsucker returns for its dinner (sap and insects) while they cling to the sap.
Red-breasted Sapsucker (11710) by Revup67, on Flickr
The Ruby-crowned Kinglet (male) with its crowned raised. The bird is next to impossible to find (though of Least Concern)..tiny and well camouflaged within the branches seeking aphids, caterpillars and the like. The timing has to be precise as its crown is typically flattened and shows as sort of a red speck on its cap.
Ruby-crowned Kinglet (male) 11612 by Revup67, on Flickr
Just a few from November. 5D3/600mm w/ 1.4TC
I especially love this one. Well done Skatol .
Awesome. Great shot. Well done Greenlander.Excellent! I'm glad the foreground is lit the way it is, really adds to the image overall, very nice!
+1 Great shot Harv.
Last one of the Tri Colored Heron
It's been a while, I really enjoyed my time out...
I really like this one Ken. Nicely done.
Very nice shots Ken.Thank you Sir! You're very kind.