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Jan 18, 2013 09:47 |  #3031

SQZ wrote in post #15503231 (external link)
f/6.3, 1/1600, ISO 1250, 500mm F/4L IS II + 1.4X III

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Impressive, what a shot !!!! ... maybe a bit too much "graphic" post processing.


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Jan 18, 2013 20:34 as a reply to newworld666's post |  #3032

A few from the beach racing last weekend at Mablethorpe, UK.

First one taken with 1D-X & 500 f/4, rest with 1D-X and 300 f/2.8. Gotta say the AF is a lot better than the 1D4 - takes a fraction longer to lock on but the results are a jump ahead. All these shots taken on AF case 4. I did notice the W/B changing for a few of the shots during the day as I was using AWB and auto picture style - some are more magenta than others so it could have been compensating for the riders clothing on the dull day...

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Jan 19, 2013 02:05 |  #3033

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Jan 19, 2013 04:45 |  #3034

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Jan 19, 2013 22:34 as a reply to doofuss's post |  #3035

Enclosed are two quick action shots (low resolution versions) taken with a hand-held 70-200mm II on 1Dx. I used the directional sunlight coming from large windows on the upper right to create some depth.

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Jan 20, 2013 03:51 |  #3036

I'm not sure what's going on, but I'm having focus issues with mine. Here are a couple of pics from yesterday, both at ISO 200 and shot with a 24-105 attached. One was at 73mm focal length and 1/60, and the other was at 24mm at 1/800. I'm more than happy to accept that this is poor technique on my part of course, but the images lack the sharpness I'd expect (and have seen in other pics in the thread). Any ideas?

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Jan 20, 2013 04:02 |  #3037

^^^ You need to supply EXIF data to get an answer. Also supply image with the red squares showing the points of focus. Also say what you were trying to achieve and in which areas these images do not match your expectations.


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Jan 20, 2013 10:21 |  #3038

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Jan 21, 2013 00:36 |  #3039

Hello guys, I am a 1dx owner that's experiencing "dust on the sensor" . I noticed the dust spots in photos when shooting at f11 or higher. I'll be shipping to CPS tomorrow! Awesome thread, I will be sharing photos soon.




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Jan 21, 2013 05:06 |  #3040

DarthSparky wrote in post #15510811 (external link)
I'm not sure what's going on, but I'm having focus issues with mine. Here are a couple of pics from yesterday, both at ISO 200 and shot with a 24-105 attached. One was at 73mm focal length and 1/60, and the other was at 24mm at 1/800. I'm more than happy to accept that this is poor technique on my part of course, but the images lack the sharpness I'd expect (and have seen in other pics in the thread). Any ideas?

The first one is motion blur. The second one just looks a bit underexposed, but aperture priority with that much snow, this is expected (if not using exposure compensation).


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Jan 21, 2013 06:41 |  #3041

A couple of social pics of some friends having fun in the tubes behind my boat yesterday.

You wont be able to tell just from the pics how well the focus lock performed on the 1dx. We were doing big figure 8's in the boat at about 38mph constantly crossing over our own wake to make the water as choppy and rough as possible so that we could get the tube airborne to throw the riders off.

The boat was bouncing around so much that taking a photo from inside the boat was like trying to take one whilst skiing downhill over ski moguls or whilst jumping up and down on a pogo stick.

I would only have the tube and riders in screen for a nano second and then they would be gone out of shot again. It was like I was just waving the camera vertically up and down whilst trying to keep them in frame.

I was very impressed with how quickly the 1dx obtained and held focus when I was ready to push the shutter button. (These are not sequence shots, they are individual photos taken during the course of the day)

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Jan 21, 2013 08:09 |  #3042

doofuss wrote in post #15514851 (external link)
A couple of social pics of some friends having fun in the tubes behind my boat yesterday.

You wont be able to tell just from the pics how well the focus lock performed on the 1dx. We were doing big figure 8's in the boat at about 38mph constantly crossing over our own wake to make the water as choppy and rough as possible so that we could get the tube airborne to throw the riders off.

The boat was bouncing around so much that taking a photo from inside the boat was like trying to take one whilst skiing downhill over ski moguls or whilst jumping up and down on a pogo stick.

I would only have the tube and riders in screen for a nano second and then they would be gone out of shot again. It was like I was just waving the camera vertically up and down whilst trying to keep them in frame.

I was very impressed with how quickly the 1dx obtained and held focus when I was ready to push the shutter button. (These are not sequence shots, they are individual photos taken during the course of the day)

That is impressive AF speed, for sure.

But, given static rope length, couldn't you have just turned off AF after the first shot? Especially if you sat near the transom.


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Jan 21, 2013 14:16 |  #3043

waterrockets wrote in post #15514725 (external link)
The first one is motion blur. The second one just looks a bit underexposed, but aperture priority with that much snow, this is expected (if not using exposure compensation).

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Jan 21, 2013 14:44 as a reply to waterrockets's post |  #3044

1DX/PCB studio work of some friends who are releasing a CD soon ....

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Jan 21, 2013 15:43 |  #3045

But, given static rope length, couldn't you have just turned off AF after the first shot? Especially if you sat near the transom.

No, not really, because we were doing figure eights and constantly turning the boat around very quickly, the tube would always dart from one side of the boat to the other, in many instances creating slack in the rope which would then pull taught. I was also always moving position in the boat to try to focus past the rooster tail and spray being created by the boat.


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