April 20, 2018, 05:29:10 AM

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EOS Bodies / Re: Two Prosumer Mirrorless Camera Bodies in Development [CR2]
« Last post by tron on Today at 05:10:48 AM »
Sony not even has a lossless RAW or the possibilty to shoot RAW together with very fine JPG. No useable weathersealing. No ergonomics. Expensive lenses. What exactly was the good thing? A good sensor... admittedly. But that's all.
Sony does offer completely lossless RAW.  They introduced it about a year ago, as the customers asked for it.  However, most users found out that they have not been losing anything noticeable with the compressed RAW and the size of files is much smaller. Lossless RAW is just another tick off point.
They don't offer the obvious Canon does: Lossless compressed RAW!
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Canon EF Prime Lenses / Re: Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L II USM
« Last post by Patlezinc on Today at 05:09:10 AM »

Amphibian Crisis
by Omesh Singh, on Flickr

Excellent!

I own the 35 L II and I love it. What a great performer...
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Basically, it's a replaceable mount and done in a way that looks like it'd be sturdy and weather sealed.

So, EF-M FF lenses, EF lenses and, with some inevitable third party ingenuity, possibly autofocus adaptors for Nikon G glass too.
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If the new mirrorless with work with adaptors, I will not buy them.

If the new mirrorless will not work with adaptors, I will not buy them.
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Sony not even has a lossless RAW or the possibilty to shoot RAW together with very fine JPG. No useable weathersealing. No ergonomics. Expensive lenses. What exactly was the good thing? A good sensor... admittedly. But that's all.
Sony does offer completely lossless RAW.  They introduced it about a year ago, as the customers asked for it.  However, most users found out that they have not been losing anything noticeable with the compressed RAW and the size of files is much smaller. Lossless RAW is just another tick off point.
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Patents / Re: Patent: Lens Mount Adaptor For Different Flange Distances
« Last post by Cochese on Today at 04:24:32 AM »
Seems more like a standalone adapter than it is a camera with a built in adapter. The camera is just in the drawing for example. If this is what they come up with for the Mirrorless to EF conundrum, it's pretty much what I was thinking they'd do. Though, an adjustable adapter doesn't make much sense for FF mirrorless. It makes perfect sense for a Crop though, since you'd have a couple of different mounts outside of EF-M to choose from.
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EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: 7Dmkii + 1.4xii
« Last post by picturefan on Today at 03:19:52 AM »
Mine got the same problem (7DII+70-200+1,4III). Many OOF, and, relatively offen, camera will not focus at all. I use the 1,4III, so it seems to be regardless, which conv you use.
In some situations with that combo the af will not move at all , sometimes its only hunting, many oof...
I dont know about the reasons whether how to solve the problem.

I think it has something to do with 7DII and the 70-200. They do not work well together, even with firmware 1.5. Heard about issues with older firmware, but they are still consistent with 1.5. Hopefully Canon will offer an update...
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The sketches in a patent are generic and do not even try to look like a actual camera.

Well, in this case it does. Go check the XC series of cameras.
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Software & Accessories / Re: Batch renaming with Bridge CS6
« Last post by Zeidora on Today at 02:00:58 AM »
I use NameMangler for my re-naming needs. I haven't done precisely what you described, but close enough.
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For renaming, NameMangler.
Downloading either with DPP when keeping card in camera, or manually drag files from card to computer directory, if I use a card reader.
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