« on: March 03, 2014, 07:46:26 PM »
I'm waiting for the 7D MkIII development announcement
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I think so - you can have a master and other sub-masters in the setup.
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?..?
And yet even if there are not cataclysmic events, and even if the data survives on the media, will there be supported devices to read that media anyway?
In 1986 a 20Megabyte hard-disk was considered big, 5.25 (360kb) inch floppy disk drives were common, and 3.5 inch floppy (720kb and 1.44Mb) drives on the horizon.
Jump to 2014. I'd fill that 20MB disk with a single frame from my 5D3 (RAW, of course!). Many laptops don't come with CD drives as standard, and floppy disk drives are a thing of the past. Where will you read your CDs and DVDs, BlueRays of today in 2024, let alone 2114. Will hard-disks be like last generation vinyl records?
The only obvious longevity plan is keep transferring the digital data to the latest technology to at least give it a fighting chance.
Maybe film and archival prints are best after all??
During the google photo walk in San Francisco last year. Photo of a photographer taking a photo of a photographer taking a photo of another photographer. I wonder if another photographer caught a picture of me taking this lol.
I know, I have and use the setting in my camera! Are there cameras without it? That's what I was asking. I thought since the OP must know that the function is included in cameras, he must have meant that the camera should somehow recognize if it's teathered and then automatically allow to shoot without a card but never allow it when it's not teathered despite the setting, unless it's overridden with another setting, "disable automatic override of cardless operation setting"? Maybe I'm completely wrong It was just my guess of what he was trying to say.
This was the setup for these shots except the dragon wings which was daylight only - was lucky with that as a very patient dragon who hung there for some time, plus Dragons will return back to the same spot if they are not too startled and ignore you after a while...
I have changed this a bit to save some weight so now use Godox V850 strobe with wireless control and removed some metal support.. in the field I am always hand-holding with maybe the support of a monopod with a mini-ball head to help take more of the weight but nothing fixed as you need to be flexible and quick for their movements.
I think he was saying that option is not enough, that it should be automatic? That menu option is pretty standard in modern DSLRs, are there cameras without it?
But if your camera does not have a card and is not connected to a computer (wire or wifi), it would be handy if the camera gave you a warning notice or even better refused to work unless you manually override it.
I can't think of any instance, outside of a store, where a customer would want the camera to work with no card and no connection to a computer.