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Mar 13, 2013 21:38 |  #1981

Try multi-shot noise reduction (MSNR). You'll love it.


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Mar 13, 2013 22:27 |  #1982
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M_Six wrote in post #15712642 (external link)
I think I read that the 6D won't do that. Let me see if I can find it.

EDIT: Here it is. Only applies to lenses where the serial number space has a * in front of the zeroes, which was the case with the 400 5.6.

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You're correct...no "*" in the first space then MFA can be assigned to each copy of a lens. If there is an "*" then there really is no advantage to entering the serial number.


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Mar 13, 2013 23:08 |  #1983

M_Six wrote in post #15712663 (external link)
Try multi-shot noise reduction (MSNR). You'll love it.

Just tried that out, that is amazing! :D


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Mar 13, 2013 23:18 |  #1984

3DZukini wrote in post #15712963 (external link)
Just tried that out, that is amazing! :D

Isn't it! I'm going to have to find some software that will let me do that with RAW files...


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Mar 14, 2013 03:29 |  #1985

Getting my 6D today - can't wait! Will post some pictures later.




  
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Mar 14, 2013 07:28 |  #1986

Bakewell wrote in post #15712841 (external link)
You're correct...no "*" in the first space then MFA can be assigned to each copy of a lens. If there is an "*" then there really is no advantage to entering the serial number.

I wonder why that is. And why if you assign a number it won't work with 3rd party TCs.


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Mar 14, 2013 07:41 |  #1987

M_Six wrote in post #15711308 (external link)
Agreed. Like I was saying earlier, the 95MB/s cards make a world of difference *if* you're shooting in continuous mode or taking lots of sequential shots. The added download speed to your PC/laptop is nice as well.

Have you tried any cards with a write speed above 30MB/s? I know the Extreme Pro SD cards have a write speed of 90MB/s. Just curious if a Sony or Lexar SD card with a 90MB/s read & 45MB/s write speeds will be much better than the Ultra at half the cost of the Extreme Pro.


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Mar 14, 2013 07:41 |  #1988

Playing around in Chamonix. Tamron 28-75 and AI Servo using the centerpoint (and a bit of cropping in PP).

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Mar 14, 2013 07:54 |  #1989

SD memory card group test by Gavin Hoey

http://www.gavtrain.co​m/?p=2617 (external link)


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Mar 14, 2013 07:58 |  #1990
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M_Six wrote in post #15713685 (external link)
I wonder why that is. And why if you assign a number it won't work with 3rd party TCs.

My guess is that the camera needs to be able to "read" or identify the lens and if it can't it throws an "*" in the first place. It tends to be better a reading Canon then 3rd party and Serial Numbers is only one way to read the lens...


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Mar 14, 2013 09:17 |  #1991

another 50 1.4

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Mar 14, 2013 09:18 as a reply to  @ Bakewell's post |  #1992

Well here are a couple of my first shots. I know nothing about photography and am doing online tutorials to teach myself the skills. I have always wanted a nice camera and now I have one. I really like the 6D. Constructive criticism is welcome. I just started pushing buttons and playing with LR4 and this is what I came up with. Thanks to the 133 pages that help me make my decision to get the 6D.

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Mar 14, 2013 09:24 |  #1993

pdyliacco wrote in post #15713760 (external link)
SD memory card group test by Gavin Hoey

http://www.gavtrain.co​m/?p=2617 (external link)

Salamat! :cool:


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Mar 14, 2013 09:44 |  #1994

DBNissan wrote in post #15713719 (external link)
Have you tried any cards with a write speed above 30MB/s? I know the Extreme Pro SD cards have a write speed of 90MB/s. Just curious if a Sony or Lexar SD card with a 90MB/s read & 45MB/s write speeds will be much better than the Ultra at half the cost of the Extreme Pro.

I haven't. I have only the 30MB/s card and the 95MB/s card. So maybe the 45MB/s cards are fine. I can't say.

Be wary of the Lexar 90MB/s cards. That 90MB/s they advertise is read speed, not write speed.


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Mar 14, 2013 09:45 as a reply to  @ M_Six's post |  #1995

Great action shot, Magnus. bw!


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