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Messages - Gert Arijs

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Lighting / Re: Canon 5D Mk III pre flashing.
« on: January 19, 2015, 08:13:24 AM »
I'm not 100% sure, but I think you could use FEL (flash exposure lock). This would separate the pre-flash with the flash.

Pricewatch Deals / Re: B&H Photo Nows Carries Yongnuo Products
« on: January 09, 2015, 04:27:12 PM »
I have about 6 flashes from them and like them a lot. I also use the 622c and TX for wireless work, all work awesome!

EOS Bodies / Re: High Megapixel EOS on the Way as Mentioned by Canon
« on: August 26, 2014, 06:39:26 AM »
I wonder if it would be possible to make the 1DX2 as a 60 megapixel camera and run it in "crop mode" where it uses the central part of the sensor for reach, "full mode" for those monstrously large files, and "bin mode" where a 2X2 bin would give you a 15Mpixel camera with good low light performance, or even a 3X3 bin mode for a 7Mpixel camera with really good low light performance. ?
I really like that.

Lenses / Re: Canon 70-200 f4 IS vs Tamron 70-200 f2.8 VC
« on: August 25, 2014, 08:07:45 AM »
I've had de 70-200 L IS (version I) for about two weeks. I needed it for an assignment. I used a 7D back then (now 5D3), but found the AF not very consistent on that body. My Tamron is definetly more consistent on my 5D3.

Lenses / Re: Canon 70-200 f4 IS vs Tamron 70-200 f2.8 VC
« on: August 25, 2014, 03:53:44 AM »
I bought the 24-70 VC. It's a bit softer when I stop down to f/9 or so. But my main concern was the direction of zooming. It's the opposite to the Canon-zoom-direction! The Nikon way of zooming. It's just a habit and I got used to it. When I use a Canon zoom lens, It's very difficult to use because of zooming the other way. I missed shots. So I decided to buy the Tamron 70-200 VC instead of a used Canon 70-200 II. Zoom direction is the same as the 24-70 VC. I do not miss shots any more as I got used to it instead of confusing myself.
The Tamron 70-200 VC is very sharp. Also at 200mm and 2,8. VC works great. Good balance. I'm very happy with it!
About color: easy fixed in post. Just make an import preset in LR and it's never an issue. Although I've not seen poor color on my copies.

Street & City / Re: Brugge - Belgium
« on: August 12, 2014, 03:40:41 PM »
As a Belgian, living 50 km from there: Well done! Right time, right place!
Good thing the tourist boats weren't active anymore.

Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Another Nikon full-frame
« on: August 10, 2014, 08:53:29 AM »
If it's true, it could be the successor to the D700. That camera never got really replaced...

I use GPSlogger. Super easy to use. Just LR does the trick to sync. Make sure the time is the same on phone and camera.

EOS Bodies / Re: EOS 7D II Specs Listed on KDrama Stars
« on: August 01, 2014, 03:09:12 PM »
I do not believe this. Seems completely underspecced. So: HOAX-ALERT!

I have two R2880's. I got hem used for 300€ and 250€, including extra ink. Very good printers indeed!!
Maybe you can buy used and in the higher segment?

But, what exactly needs that much power if it isn't feature rich and/or better than the 70D? Or even the 6D, as some of you dispute?
I think real time high ISO noise reduction (based on dual pixel tech) for video...

I think indeed the 7D2 will be above your budget (and mine). I guess it to be between 1800 en 2200 Dollar (or Euro...). While it might be significantly better for video, I doubt it to be spectacularly better for stills. So I'd say: wait for official announcement and then buy a used 70D from an upgrader.

Why not Markins? They have good availability in Germany!

Initial testing of my new 568 II was very positive. One as master, another as slave in group B, my old canon 550ex as slave in group A and another Canon 430ex as slave C. Works very well.

I just purchased two Yongnuo 560 III and two Yongnuo 568 II. The latter didn't arrive yet. I trust Yongnuo, my simple radio triggers (603) work really well. The 560 III works very well too. And: any flash overheats, I had an overheated Canon 430 once, it said "POOF" and stopped working. Costed 234 Euro to repair, a new one was 239 Euro at that time.
So I thought:
If I invest in Canons Radio System, it'll cost me way over 1000 Euro to have two flashes and a transmitter. If I invest in Yongnuo, it'll cost me less and I can buy 3 or 4 flashes instead of two. Just buy the YN-622C (radio controller for eTTL) and some TTL-flashes. Done!
(I just got the 568 II because I want to use them as a replacement for my old 550EX)

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