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EOS Bodies / Re: High ISO Samples from the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 16, 2014, 11:15:03 PM »
Wow some people must have really high expectations from Matt Granger for him to be able to just pick up a camera he's never even seen before or even existed before that point and to then be handed it and given a short (a minute or two?) time to get a 100% hit rate in conditions he has has no control over? Well he didn't manage that so the only conclusion can be - that the camera is a dud? Because MG cannot miss. Ever. It's not even thinkable.  :P

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PowerShot / Re: Official: Canon PowerShot G7 X
« on: September 16, 2014, 01:01:23 AM »
The Canon walkthrough video of the G7X is quite interesting. I noticed they mention manual focus peaking as a feature, not seen that mentioned anywhere thought it might interest some.

http://youtu.be/0-8-WV1Zqi4

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PowerShot / Re: Official: Canon PowerShot G7 X
« on: September 15, 2014, 12:06:34 PM »
So im curious to know if this is better than my eos m. I like my eos m but if this can do everything the eos m can but faster and even more portable then I might be looking at this camera. I just use my eos m for portablility, eBay, and video stuff.

Bigger sensor on the M means better low light performance.  Interchangeable lenses mean you are not limited to 24-100mm.

Plus the M has a hotshoe which means about a million different lighting configurations are possible with it if you're into off camera flash.

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  Scott Kelby said in his video that it produces the cleanest high ISO images he's ever seen from a crop sensor dSLR. 


Quote from: scott kelby
10-frames-per-second! (Drops the mic. Walks off stage). ;-)

someone show him the NX1. :)

now when it´s about tracking the 7D MK2 will be better i guess but from the FPS alone.. 15 are better than 10.

LOL.  In your experience, do many static subjects require 10-15 fps bursts?  For moving subjects, I bet the 10 fps of the 7DII yields a higher keeper rate than the 15 fps of the NX1.  The 7DII's hit rate will also be higher than the NX1 with native lenses longer than 200mm...it's not hard to be higher than zero.

Wonder what the buffer is like on the NX-1? Can't seem to find those specs. I mean for all we know it could freeze up and choke before it even reaches 15 frames. Any sports photographer will tell you that's nae use at all!

it´s on dpreview. i have seen the specs.

And?? What is the buffer limit? Spit it out man if you know it. I can't find it.

"The extra power also gives the Samsung NX1 a maximum continuous shooting rate of 15fps for up to 77 Fine Quality JPEGs or 40 raw files, the company says."

http://www.digitalcameraworld.com/2014/09/15/samsung-nx1-price-specs-release-date-confirmed/
A lot less for JPG than 7D II, but 40 raw@28mp~~that's impressive

Hmmm impressive if they are indeed 40 full size RAW files and not some compressed version like sRAW or something. The NX-1 certainly looks good on paper, I'll give ye that! But what good is all that awesomeness when you can't pair it to a decent super-tele? 15fps of a static subject 10 feet in front of you isn't all that useful.

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  Scott Kelby said in his video that it produces the cleanest high ISO images he's ever seen from a crop sensor dSLR. 


Quote from: scott kelby
10-frames-per-second! (Drops the mic. Walks off stage). ;-)

someone show him the NX1. :)

now when it´s about tracking the 7D MK2 will be better i guess but from the FPS alone.. 15 are better than 10.

LOL.  In your experience, do many static subjects require 10-15 fps bursts?  For moving subjects, I bet the 10 fps of the 7DII yields a higher keeper rate than the 15 fps of the NX1.  The 7DII's hit rate will also be higher than the NX1 with native lenses longer than 200mm...it's not hard to be higher than zero.

Wonder what the buffer is like on the NX-1? Can't seem to find those specs. I mean for all we know it could freeze up and choke before it even reaches 15 frames. Any sports photographer will tell you that's nae use at all!

it´s on dpreview. i have seen the specs.

And?? What is the buffer limit? Spit it out man if you know it. I can't find it.

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  Scott Kelby said in his video that it produces the cleanest high ISO images he's ever seen from a crop sensor dSLR. 


Quote from: scott kelby
10-frames-per-second! (Drops the mic. Walks off stage). ;-)

someone show him the NX1. :)

now when it´s about tracking the 7D MK2 will be better i guess but from the FPS alone.. 15 are better than 10.

LOL.  In your experience, do many static subjects require 10-15 fps bursts?  For moving subjects, I bet the 10 fps of the 7DII yields a higher keeper rate than the 15 fps of the NX1.  The 7DII's hit rate will also be higher than the NX1 with native lenses longer than 200mm...it's not hard to be higher than zero.

Wonder what the buffer is like on the NX-1? Can't seem to find those specs. I mean for all we know it could freeze up and choke before it even reaches 15 frames. Any sports photographer will tell you that's nae use at all!

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PowerShot / Re: Official: Canon PowerShot G7 X
« on: September 15, 2014, 10:39:42 AM »
Wow this looks like an awesome compact camera from Canon. I'm actually a little bit interested.

That Panasonic LX-100 also looks tempting. Exciting times! ;D

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Lenses / Re: Rent, adapt or tele-convert?
« on: September 15, 2014, 02:12:56 AM »
Update - for anyone who is interested in the result. As it turned out I was much further away than I anticipated. Not only that, peoples heads were in the way of a clear shot. This was the best I could get. It was a crop from 200mm on the 5D II. I did actually get to try out the 70-200 on the EOS M while I was there and it worked OK but auto focus took forever.

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EOS Bodies / Re: More Images of the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 13, 2014, 11:37:57 AM »
Wow Canon really outdid themselves this time. the industrial design and style are awesome a huge departure from previous generations.. I sure am glad they are not remaining stagnant

 ::)

Well, actually it's probably an advantage that it's ergonomics and button layout is almost identical to the 5D mkIII as a lot of pro photogs will already be used to this layout and if they are purchasing a 7D mkII as a 2nd body they don't have to re-learn all the button layout again. It should be instinctive. Pick up and shoot.

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EOS Bodies / Re: More Images of the Canon EOS 7D Mark II
« on: September 13, 2014, 11:30:14 AM »
Did anyone notice that the top LCD display can now show more than 999 shots remaining? Yay!

And no Creative Auto mode thankfully.

I also like how the AF-On button is much larger now. That's nice since bbf will be used a lot on this thing.


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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Features on the iphone 6+
« on: September 11, 2014, 11:00:37 AM »
Remember when phones resembled bricks? And then they slowly became smaller and smaller until they could fit inside a matchbox? And nowadays the trend seems to be for ever larger phones - reverting them back to brick status. I love progress! 

Just rambling.  :)

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Photography Technique / Re: POLL: Do you crop (and why)?
« on: September 11, 2014, 10:47:09 AM »
I shoot handheld a lot so composition and leveling are always a little off and need fixing via crop tool. Not all my images are cropped though, sometimes I take my time in camera and it pays off.

I also crop a landscape shot into portrait orientation on occasion. I recently did this with a series of group shots where I just left the camera in landscape orientation on the tripod, mostly to minimize fiddling about time during the event. I didn't want to break up the flow we had goin! (Was a freebie gig for a friend).

I think the crop tool is my most used item in Lr outside of the basic edits. Lights out crop is also great using the overlays. Top tip - press O key to toggle overlays when using crop tool.

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Third Party Manufacturers / Re: Features on the iphone 6+
« on: September 11, 2014, 08:50:47 AM »
From what i know, manual settings for the iPhone camera were not "allowed" by apple. at least so far. manual shutter speed is a function controlled by iOS, and apple hasn't allowed for apps to access it, until now. it is said that with iOS 8 users will be able (through using specific apps) to manually set shutter speed :)

PS. It was about time 8)

Ah I see, thanks. I have an iPhone 5 as well but never bothered with any camera apps other than the standard built in which for almost all quick snaps does a damn good job. For me the phone camera should work well in auto because that's how I'll use it. I'm more of a functional camera phone user than creative. I leave that to the DSLRs.

Edit - though having full control option is always a plus!

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Lenses / Re: The New Canon EF 400mm f/4 DO IS II
« on: September 11, 2014, 08:47:16 AM »
What does "camera shake compensation effect of the four stages" mean? Poor translation of something that means 4 stops IS?

Yes. The same info is written regarding the 24-105 IS STM so I'd imagine they're talking about 4 stops of IS.

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