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EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: One is the loneliest number...
« Last post by awinphoto on Today at 01:39:24 PM »
I usually have 2 cameras... one primary, one backup... 
Software & Accessories / Corrupt RAW Files from Mac ( used DPP )
« Last post by Bernd FMC on Today at 01:38:18 PM »
Hello Geeks ;-)

i´ve get some RAW-Files from Friends witch were unusable on my DPP ( and other Software ).

Those two Friends shot me while i am shooting, and ich would like to edit this Pic´s by myself.

Body´s where EOS 100 and an EOS 600 , Files directly copyed on an SD Card  - it looks like there
is an ThumpnailPic and the RAW File, the  Thumpnail is poor but ok, the RAWfile seems to be corrupt.

2 Ways of Filecopy, two different SD Cards - Cards should be ok.

Tested on DPP3 and DPP4 on Windows7x64, my own Pictures are all ok, incuding my real old Powershot G2 .

Both DPP´s marked the Pic´s as uneditable, and ist is shown very Small - no Zoom in - looks like the Thumpnail only.

Any Tipps ?


EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: One is the loneliest number...
« Last post by jdramirez on Today at 01:36:49 PM »
Sl1 and the m are light weight .  If you feel the need for a backup with you, I'd suggest one of those.
EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: One is the loneliest number...
« Last post by monkey44 on Today at 01:34:09 PM »
Looks like I'm in the minority here.  I carry two bodies, one in hand (7D w/100-400, or 70-200) and one on a shoulder strap (5DM3 w/24-105 or a 20-35) ... sometimes I switch and use the 70-200 on the 5DM3.   Basically, depends on the target ...  Sports I'll use the 7D w100/400, and the 5DM3 w/70-200 ....

Also, a light backpack with water, snacks, tripod/mono, and extra batteries and Cards ... It's never too heavy if you need something ...

When hiking and shooting wilderness or any kind of nature -- it depend on the trails and distance, closeness to the targets.   I find two cameras easier than switching lens each time a variation arrives -- and switching a lens allows more potential for dirt inside lens or camera - especially if the weather is not perfect -- also, I like the 7D w/100-400 ready for 'sudden wildlife' appearance that we get lucky enough to capture if we're prepared.  Get a lots of 'butt shots' that way, but occasionally get one keeper that makes it all worth it.

Just ordered the 7D2 ... and will now carry it and the 5DM3 ... I very seldom shoot any thing indoors.
Landscape / Re: Fall colours
« Last post by AcutancePhotography on Today at 01:30:17 PM »
At the local convenience store by me.

That's a real pleasing composition.
EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: starter/travel
« Last post by AcutancePhotography on Today at 01:27:59 PM »
The T5 is a good camera. If it meets your needs and takes pictures you like, it's the bestest camera for you.   ;)
EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: Why haven't you left canon?
« Last post by AcutancePhotography on Today at 01:26:10 PM »
In my friend circle, I don't like how the nikon user brag a bit, not brag, but they seem to show how excited they are with their camera. really.. almost all nikon user.. like really??!

Like really, you can't understand how just because you don't like something no one else should?  Like really?  :o

How dare Nikon users show any excitement about the camera system they choose to buy!!!
EOS Bodies - For Stills / starter/travel
« Last post by dickgrafixstop on Today at 01:21:14 PM »
It started simply enough - my granddaughter started playing soccer so I gave my son a T3 with a kit lens and the
55-250 EF-S lenses to be at every game.  Then my daughter wanted to start so I gave her an identical setup.
Then on a recent trip I wanted to go "light" so I borrowed my daughter's set-up.  It was easy to pack, didn't weigh much and produced excellent images.  I think the whole thing weighed less than the IDx without a lens.
I've now bought a T5 for me and even with white lenses I'm pleased with the results - don't need 8 frames a second because eight year olds don't run that fast.  Not as many settings, but a pleasing "back to basics" feel.
Landscape / Re: Fall colours
« Last post by DominoDude on Today at 01:17:00 PM »
Planned to go out and shoot fall colours tomorrow. Weather prognosis from yr.no looked promising... Bah! Weather changed plans: tomorrow the location will be covered in low and thick clouds and there will even be some rain. Ain't I the lucky one...
I refuse to budge however, so will brew me a big pot of coffee and drive out tonight to the spot. There will be fiery hot colours tomorrow, even if I have to set fire to a forest.
 /A grumpy ol' fart

PS There will be photos, in worst case it will be mug shots of the arsonist. *points jokingly to self*
EOS Bodies - For Stills / Re: One is the loneliest number...
« Last post by randym77 on Today at 01:15:52 PM »
I often carry two bodies, one with a wide angle lens and one with a telephoto.  There are some environments were it's not advisable to change lenses, and some situations where you won't have time.

If weight is an issue, I might carry one body with a telephoto lens, and P&S as a backup/wide angle.
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