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Aug 24, 2011 23:47 |  #6616

If anyone is looking for a USM 28-105 lmk, I'm trying to sell mine. Money is needed elsewhere so selling it.


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Aug 25, 2011 01:33 |  #6617

geeky wrote in post #12995443 (external link)
If anyone is looking for a USM 28-105 lmk, I'm trying to sell mine. Money is needed elsewhere so selling it.

Can't help you there, as I already have one.

But to any potential buyers out there, I will say that it is a surprisingly good lens.
Quick and quiet ring type motor and full time manual focus. And IQ is not bad either.




  
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Aug 26, 2011 01:05 as a reply to  @ post 12962041 |  #6618

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Aug 26, 2011 02:12 |  #6619

FCMR wrote in post #12984812 (external link)
Laptops usually have a mini firewire port
It looks like this ( the one on the right )

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depends on what laptop. but if you have that one, i think you need a 6-4 firewire
i need a 9-4 when hooking up 1dii to my macbook pro, 6-9 firewire for my 1dc


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Aug 26, 2011 05:51 |  #6620

Would never get rid of mine, even though it sits in my closet!




  
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Aug 26, 2011 06:49 |  #6621

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Aug 27, 2011 14:06 |  #6622

New 1D came today in the mail! Looking forward to checking the shutter count and of course... shooting with it! Just in time for school too :)




  
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Aug 28, 2011 14:06 as a reply to  @ zosta's post |  #6624

1D - ISO 200, EF 35mm f2 at f13, 1/640 sec

Should have used a higher shutter speed to keep it from being blown out, but the harsh midday sun makes it hard to see even the histogram on the back of the camera.


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Aug 28, 2011 16:37 |  #6625

Here is a textbook example of why it's important to nail exposure correctly when you're using a classic 1D...they've got crazy high-iso banding, and pushing exposure in post makes it even worse.

I couldn't see the histogram when shooting today, thanks to the midday sun blasting me in the face...even trying to cover the display with my hand was mostly ineffective.

These cameras are remarkably capable, once you know how they work. Shots like this prove that you'll need to pay attention to what you're doing while shooting.


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Aug 29, 2011 11:26 |  #6626

Wanting to keep the thread alive.

Been a week or so since I have posted anything. I am interested in everyone's opinion of these. They seem to be more noisy than usual.

All were shot with the 1D Classic, Sigma 100-300mm f4. ISO was 400 and all shot in manual. Processing done in LR and I cropped these for the web.

Let me know what you think.

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Aug 29, 2011 13:41 |  #6627

Virto wrote in post #13014819 (external link)
Here is a textbook example of why it's important to nail exposure correctly when you're using a classic 1D...they've got crazy high-iso banding, and pushing exposure in post makes it even worse.

I couldn't see the histogram when shooting today, thanks to the midday sun blasting me in the face...even trying to cover the display with my hand was mostly ineffective.

These cameras are remarkably capable, once you know how they work. Shots like this prove that you'll need to pay attention to what you're doing while shooting.

You can also learn to use something like Topaz or some other software and get rid of the banding in some circumstances.;)
Not always, but software noise reduction has come a long way since the 1D Classice was introduced.




  
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Aug 29, 2011 13:44 |  #6628

[QUOTE=canons900;13018​913]Wanting to keep the thread alive.

Been a week or so since I have posted anything. I am interested in everyone's opinion of these. They seem to be more noisy than usual.

All were shot with the 1D Classic, Sigma 100-300mm f4. ISO was 400 and all shot in manual. Processing done in LR and I cropped these for the web.

Let me know what you think.

Thanks

Scott

These look excellent to me.:cool:
Iso 400 should not be to much of a problem with the 1D.
Removing the noise from Iso 400 should be easy for the noise reduction software we have at our disposal now.;)




  
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Aug 29, 2011 13:49 |  #6629

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canons900 wrote in post #13018913 (external link)
Wanting to keep the thread alive.

Been a week or so since I have posted anything. I am interested in everyone's opinion of these. They seem to be more noisy than usual.

All were shot with the 1D Classic, Sigma 100-300mm f4. ISO was 400 and all shot in manual. Processing done in LR and I cropped these for the web.

Let me know what you think.

Thanks

Scott

These look excellent to me.:cool:
Iso 400 should not be to much of a problem with the 1D.
Removing the noise from Iso 400 should be easy for the noise reduction software we have at our disposal now.;)

I ran some NR using LR, the latest version. Once I posted them to flickr, they seemed to get some more noise in them. Maybe it's me, flickr doing something or both.

Thanks for the feedback. And the 1d is a great body. Don't know what I am going to do when it dies. But hopefully that won't be for long, long time.




  
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Aug 29, 2011 13:53 |  #6630

hemmings wrote in post #13019516 (external link)
You can also learn to use something like Topaz or some other software and get rid of the banding in some circumstances.;)
Not always, but software noise reduction has come a long way since the 1D Classice was introduced.

I have and use Noise Ninja, but I tend to find that it can soften images more than I'd prefer. Typically, the 1D produces perfectly fine images so long as the exposure is correct. That is essentially true for any camera, though.

My example is a bit extreme, since it was an ISO 200 shot pushed several stops, so there is a distinct lack of detail. It was an excellent opportunity to show the banding effect, though, for some people who are just getting ahold of one of these cameras (or are thinking about it).


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