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Apr 08, 2011 23:28 |  #6091

chadams45 wrote in post #12186412 (external link)
Just picked up a 1Ds from KEH for a steal as a back-up to my 5D Mark II, how much of a learning curve should I expect?

not much except when you have to change the mode. but, the focus is worth the learning curve. did you say 1ds?




  
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Apr 08, 2011 23:44 as a reply to  @ n210s's post |  #6092

Correct, 1Ds


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Apr 10, 2011 23:03 as a reply to  @ post 12106493 |  #6093

so ive been told by pop photo and many locals that i cant go under 10MP if im looking to print my pictures but i am really impressed with all of the shots posted and i love the fps this body is capable of. is the 10MP just a stigma? a ploy to sale new bodies?


my real question is: how big would/do you (current 1Dc owners) print? if i can get clear, sharp 8x10 then ill be satisfied


Photography on my budget? WHAT WAS I THINKIN?!:confused:

  
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Apr 10, 2011 23:10 as a reply to  @ minitrucker's post |  #6094

8x10 will be no problem. I've done 11x14 at high ISO with excellent results.


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Apr 11, 2011 02:07 |  #6095

My 1D gives better or as good A4 prints than my 10mp 400D, I just cannot crop as much which makes me frame the shot better .


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Apr 11, 2011 04:47 |  #6096

jasongraaf wrote in post #12197795 (external link)
8x10 will be no problem. I've done 11x14 at high ISO with excellent results.

+1
Printing this size every day without issues. Churns out beautiful 8x10's.




  
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Apr 11, 2011 06:39 as a reply to  @ jsdad's post |  #6097

Good to know! Saving started:cool:


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Apr 11, 2011 06:58 |  #6098

Well, I simply could not stay away. I purchased a mint 1d from a fellow PTONr and then traded it locally for a 1dIII (+ cash). Then, sold the 1dIII for a 5d2. I simply love the 5d2 but really missed having the 1d body and the nice, small images that this body produces. So, sent the guy that has my old 1d an email over the weekend and worked out a deal to buy it back. Can't wait to get it.


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Apr 12, 2011 03:02 |  #6099

Two quick photos from this guy :p lol

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Apr 12, 2011 10:32 |  #6100

Love the 1/500 flash sync. Hate the fact that I only have one flash at the moment.

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Apr 12, 2011 19:06 |  #6101

more portraits..

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Apr 12, 2011 20:00 as a reply to  @ post 12186412 |  #6102

I need to get a back up for my 1D Mark II n and I'm leaning toward the 1D. I'm shooting kids sports on the side. I'm wondering if 4.15 mega pixels would work for client pictures. If they want something bigger than 8x10 I'm kinda screwed. I can't afford another 1D2 n body right now. Would I be OK with a 1D Classic?




  
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Apr 13, 2011 19:08 |  #6103

jgaurd wrote in post #12210139 (external link)
I need to get a back up for my 1D Mark II n and I'm leaning toward the 1D. I'm shooting kids sports on the side. I'm wondering if 4.15 mega pixels would work for client pictures. If they want something bigger than 8x10 I'm kinda screwed. I can't afford another 1D2 n body right now. Would I be OK with a 1D Classic?

Still do team sports with my 1D. Great with the 1/500 flash sync. Most of our clients don't buy larger than 11x14, and you can crank those out all day long without any problems at all. Looks great. Can go larger than that easy, if it's exposed correctly and not cropped. Piece of cake.

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Apr 14, 2011 02:14 |  #6104

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Apr 14, 2011 09:32 |  #6105

jgaurd wrote in post #12210139 (external link)
I need to get a back up for my 1D Mark II n and I'm leaning toward the 1D. I'm shooting kids sports on the side. I'm wondering if 4.15 mega pixels would work for client pictures. If they want something bigger than 8x10 I'm kinda screwed. I can't afford another 1D2 n body right now. Would I be OK with a 1D Classic?

I did some 16x20's and they look great. You do need to get it right and no room for cropping.




  
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