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Mar 07, 2012 15:54 |  #16

bzollinger wrote in post #14044790 (external link)
^^^^^
If can AEB 3, 5, 7, 9 shots but I think the HDR feature only uses three. But u can tell it +- 1, 2, or 3 stops I think.

Oh, Amazon are describing it wrong then.


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Mar 07, 2012 15:54 |  #17

fitshaced wrote in post #14031353 (external link)
As the 5D MK III is coming with this new HDR mode, I'm guessing this is simply a software thing. Is it likely for this to trickle down to existing cameras such as the 7D and 5D MK II with firmware updates?

Press the shutter once and it takes 3 to 9 frames and compresses them there and then showing you the HDR image emediatly on screen. Used it today, cool add on but nothing you could not do after in pp...


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Mar 07, 2012 15:56 |  #18

bzollinger wrote in post #14044795 (external link)
I agree for sure. But that's all contingent that the results are great...

Yes but we have to see it to know. And if you find that you'd rather do it yourself, you can keep the originals. This feature would be useful for the times you'd like the camera to do it, or to get a sample shot displayed on your screen ahead of doing it yourself when at home.


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Mar 07, 2012 15:59 |  #19

Pixel Boy wrote in post #14044811 (external link)
Press the shutter once and it takes 3 to 9 frames and compresses them there and then showing you the HDR image emediatly on screen. Used it today, cool add on but nothing you could not do after in pp...

What?


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Mar 07, 2012 16:00 |  #20

The ability to save the original raw bracketed shots is more important to me than in camera HDR. But, given how well the TrueHDR app works on the iPhone 4s, the 5DMIII version will probably be worth playing with.


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Mar 07, 2012 16:01 |  #21

fitshaced wrote in post #14044820 (external link)
Yes but we have to see it to know. And if you find that you'd rather do it yourself, you can keep the originals. This feature would be useful for the times you'd like the camera to do it, or to get a sample shot displayed on your screen ahead of doing it yourself when at home.

Oh, believe me I've been waiting for a feature like this for years! And the flexible AEB is finally here and better than I had hoped!!!


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Mar 07, 2012 16:21 as a reply to  @ bzollinger's post |  #22

Are there any specs on how long the 5Diii takes to process these images in Camera?


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Mar 07, 2012 16:27 |  #23

^^^
That's a good question, but I haven't heard.


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Mar 09, 2012 18:35 |  #24

This feature is downright scary. It's tone-mapping, not high dynamic range.




  
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Mar 09, 2012 18:39 |  #25

Häakon wrote in post #14058762 (external link)
This feature is downright scary. It's tone-mapping, not high dynamic range.

lets wait and see the results before you declare this a dud feature. i personally do my own HDR shots in nik fx / photomatix, but if the camera can do hdr builtin, id love to play with it and see the results instantly on the camera. its not HDR? why does it need to bracket at +- 3 EV then?


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Mar 09, 2012 18:42 |  #26

ilumo wrote in post #14058797 (external link)
its not HDR? why does it need to bracket at +- 3 EV then?

No, HDR is about the relationship between bright and dark objects in a scene... not about pulling down overexposed areas and boosting dark ones so the end result looks like a weird mismatch of exposure values.




  
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Mar 09, 2012 18:42 |  #27

if it can do anything that resembles this shot i took in camera, ill be very happy.

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Mar 09, 2012 18:45 |  #28

ilumo wrote in post #14058824 (external link)
if it can do anything that resembles this shot i took in camera, ill be very happy.
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Then you're likely to be very happy. :P




  
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Mar 09, 2012 18:48 |  #29

Häakon wrote in post #14058846 (external link)
Then you're likely to be very happy. :P

haha, i can't wait. and if i want it to look more real, I guess I can just do it myself.


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Mar 09, 2012 18:50 |  #30

ilumo wrote in post #14058863 (external link)
haha, i can't wait. and if i want it to look more real, I guess I can just do it myself.

I'm with ya! This looks good to me. And you can do it yourself, keep the raw files and finally there will be no switching from +-1EV to +-2EV just to get a 5 shot set!!!!!!!


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