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When you say past does that mean faster or slower than 1/30? It is possible something is adrift somewhere. I know I have exposures of more than 20s and 1/2000 with my 5Ds in live view. Are...
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jjford43 Wrote: (Jul 18, 2018, 15:51) -- 1 D7200 55mm f5.6 1/350 iso400 2 D7200 27mm f8 1/250 iso400 3 D7200 55mm f5.6 1/350 iso400 -- Great photos.  Having been there I know how difficult it is t...
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If you want an individual bag just for the lens when needed, I got one of these especially for the sigma 300mm f2.8 including hood reversed and it fits a treat.  https://www.amazon.com/Ape-Case-ACPR...
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some really nice images. Shows clearly that you don't need sunny weather. Although all are excellent I articularly like the 4th
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there are so many images that could be here - two I expected that weren't was the first moon walk - a lasting tribute to the ingenuity of the the human race, and the "napalm girl' Phan Thi Kim Phuc wh...
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For several P/Xs I have used London Camera exchange (stores UK wide) and Camera World (mainly London area) and have been very happy with the service. Like all good retail stores they have to make a l...
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Grandpappy Wrote: (Aug 12, 2017, 05:44) -- Hi Grandpappy, -- With your approach to AV and using ISO100 you are fixing 2 or the 3 variables and leaving the camera only shutter speed to adjust.  Althou...
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I wouldn't hesitate to go mirroless. If Canon brought out a FF mirrorless to replace the EOS 6D I'd get it tomorrow - and only because I have an investment in Canon fit lenses I don't want to loose s...
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The important points have been made in the detailed replies above.  I would only add:  almost all manufacturers RAW formats are TIFF based.   Most RAW formats include extras such as EXIF and Canon (an...
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I've been using Topaz denoise for some time and am very happy with it.  I would consider looking at the Studio suite but wonder before I invest scarce time exploring yet another suite: What is the ...
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thanks guys, for the compliments on my Vulcan Red arrows photo.  Sometimes the photo gods line up in a row, and we manage to be ready! My compliments on the museum shots with the fisheye lens. Grea...
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thanks for that - the most difficult part was cropping and I'm still not sure I've got it right.  In the end I went for Red Arrows parallel with top of frame, aircraft evenenly spaced to top and botto...
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Dougson Wrote: (Jul 10, 2016, 16:50) -- Is anybody into this Vintage or Modern, Military or Civil. -- I was determined to see the Vulcan fly last year and having missed it at Winchester due to a le...
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I agree wholeheartedly Jocko - some things work for me and others don't. It merely depends on what I'm trying to achieve. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. I just consider that part of the...
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oh, and on the subject of Nik software. Aren't Google nice to make a £100 product available free :) - or was it because they really only wanted mobile app Snapseed, and offering the PS plugins f...
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Interesting debate - I had similar on a few occasions. It seems to me this is about realism vs. creativity? Some use multiple exposures for HDR, others for exposure blending to increase dynamic r...
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JohnF Wrote: (Apr 27, 2016, 12:16) -- It might be useful to know that only Lexar, Samsung, SanDisk and Toshiba manufacture their sd card chips. It is deplorable that sd card marketing tells read spee...
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There are xxx things that affect the recording potential of a camera: * JPEG or RAW or JPEG+RAW - per frame, JPEG is always much smaller than RAW, and can be more so if you choose the lower resol...
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there are a number of possible causes: incompatible lens; electro mechanical fault with camera; electro, mechanical, optical fault with the lens; individual technique, such as - set to manua...
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Hi Philip, yes I have insurance for my 'toys'. Problem is if you claim they waz up the premiums (as I found when I broke my expensive prescription glasses and I 'paid' for them over the next 3 yea...
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