You know you can use Quicktime 7 to do this without scripts....go to "create new image sequence" and you select the folder with all of the pics in it and select a framerate and you're good to go.
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Great work, really enjoyed it.
1/ which mode did you shoot in (P, Av, Tv, M) ?
2/ What was the aperture?
3/ did you shoot in Raw or Jpeg ?
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The only cost to waiting is an intangible "oppertunity" cost.
I am nikon crop sensor user for past 3 years, then i decided too jump to fullframe 5d markii, i choose canon because i found most "L" lens is cheaper to "N" lens.. I personally did not take the kit, i choose the 24-70mm f2.8L. but if you are the person who like take video, the 24-105mm is great choice. for still image, f2.8 is better..
QuoteNo I don't, I use them for video mostly so I'm using MF 90% of the time. I'd like to set up the micro adjustment but it seems time consuming and somewhat complicated.
You can give this program a try:
I am still in the process of reworking my adjustments but so far is seems spot on with my findings. And all it takes is a press of a button basically.
I bought my 5D Mark II in Nov 2011, and the madness began:
50mm f/1.4 (first one I grabbed)
35L & 50L - paid $2400 for the pair from a wedding photographer that had switched to Nikon
16-35mm f/2.8L II
70-200 f/2.8L IS - Traded the 35L and 85 1.8 for this one for some reason
35L (2nd copy)
I sold all the zooms except the 16-35 (which I'm about to sell), but I'm not gonna lie there are times I really wish I had a 24-70 to walk around with, switching lenses can be a bitch.
When I was reading you got the 35L and 50L for $2400 I was well impressed, then when I read you traded the 35L I was momentarily shocked until I saw you got a second copy You certainly have did a lot of shopping, nice one.
Rosette Nebula by Crestie Crazy, on Flickr
About 2 hours total exposure. Astro-Modified 450D with 135mm f/2 at f/2. Astronomik CLS and H-alpha filters used separately. This is cropped.
The original version (aka MkI) is optically similar to the MkII, the 'improvements' were a slight reduction in flare, circular aperture blades (better bokeh), and faster AF speed (faster is quite a relative term in this context, as the MkII is anything but 'fast').
I see the MkI listed for $1350-1375 on FM, although you never know the actual selling price. I usually pay less for items I buy on CL than the going rate on FM. I'd be tempted to offer $1200-1250...All of the ones I found were $1800-$1900
Timing is everything. I paid $1870 for a new one from B&H in June, 2010.The 85L II is the sharpest lens I own, even more sharp than the 135L.
It shouldn't be... Do you have both of them AF microadjusted for your camera?
DO NOT USE SIMPLY ELECTRONICS
Best place for price in the UK that I know is www.procamerashop.co.uk
Then it's HDEW cameras.
For anything other than cameras and lenses then Dale Photographic or Warehouse Express.
Has anyone else used procamerashop? Their prices look a little on the cheap side across the board, which always sets off alarm bells for me. I don't mean to slander them if they are genuine, but £899 for a 7D body? Most places sell them second hand for more than that!
Edit: I've looked at hdew cameras as well and they seem to be the same prices. Neither of these sites appear on Camera Price Buster; I don't know if this comparison site takes commission (which might explain this), but it seems a bit strange...
From the various rumors we've been hearing over the last few months, I'm getting the feeling that Canon is about to revamp their entire line of EF primes.
Possibly all at once, even.
I just wonder if they'll turn them all into EF-S lenses, and keep EF mainly for L and specialty lenses from here on out?
IMO, the most useful lens missing from everyone's line up is an EF-S 18mm f/1.8 lens.