Very nice! I like #2 best. What were the exposure settings for #2?
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Quote from: bainsybike on November 25, 2011
An argument against using a card reader is that the pins in the camera connecting to the CF card have a finite life. If they get bent, the camera's useless and you have an expensive repair job on your hands. If you use the USB connection and it goes wrong, you can still use a card reader.
I am just curious. Why a cardreader. What about connecting your camera through USB to your PC? I do that with my 7D, goes fast using the EOS Utility. (Cards Sandisk 60MB and Transcend 600x)
I shoot with flash on manual at full power. Depending on the stadium lights, I will shoot at ISO 1600-3200. HS football stadium lights SUCK!!! I shoot with a ss of 1/500 - 1/640 in Tv mode with an EC of +4 1/3. Flash compensation of +3.
Shots at 20-25 yards get the best exposure with these settings, for me. I have to play with shots outside that range more in post.
The normal distance I try to shoot from is somewhere between 10-@50 yards. Beyond that, I have to crop more than I would like, and less than that, everything gets blown out.
Using the cord solved the "arm in the way" issue.