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Apr 15, 2013 10:11 |  #7276

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Thanks for the link! I would love the S-Works Di2 model but I'm not sure Mrs G would be too happy with the price tag!

I just checked that. :shock: I tend to start with pretty colours and work from there lol

The Roubaix Compact 2013 Road Bike is almost within the ride to wok thing!


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Apr 15, 2013 10:12 |  #7277

Sylvester XxX wrote in post #15829741 (external link)
I tend to start with pretty colours and work from there lol

bw! hahahahaha - title fairy if you please :D


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Apr 15, 2013 10:14 |  #7278

I am not afraid of no "fairy" lol


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Apr 15, 2013 10:16 |  #7279

Sylvester XxX wrote in post #15829752 (external link)
I am not afraid of no "fairy" lol

you're on fire today - that'll work too :lol:


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Apr 15, 2013 10:18 |  #7280

I'm looking at buying the Roubaix Sport but trying out the lesser model...although the Roubaix Elite is also tempting me!


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Apr 15, 2013 10:40 as a reply to  @ Mike's post |  #7281

Sly mode
You need an Enigma esprit :cool:
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Apr 15, 2013 11:11 as a reply to  @ Klystron's post |  #7282

:cool: UPS delivering tomorrow :D


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Apr 15, 2013 13:10 |  #7283

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:cool: UPS delivering tomorrow :D

Does this mean you'll be camping out by the post box then? Lol


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Apr 15, 2013 13:52 |  #7284

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Does this mean you'll be camping out by the post box then? Lol

Surely the dogs will be posted as sentinels to make sure the Big Brown Van cannot escape before it delivers the goodies :) Afterall with a posse of four legged friends there is no way the parcel will not get delivered ;)


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Apr 15, 2013 13:57 |  #7285

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Penel have a look at this and his website. I can't remember who recommended him but he goes for the same effect.

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Apr 15, 2013 14:05 |  #7286

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Utterly crap weather for dog training today. Fairly depressing all around really. Anyway.

Memory cards for the 5D3? googling says Sandisk CF cards are fastest - anyone seen any good deals on 32mb cards?

have to upgrade my LR to 4 as well. Anything else I need to know...?

Basicly CF cards are a lot faster at transfer and writing than SD cards, that's why the 1dx has two CF slots for speed not because 'pros' are stuck in their ways and only like CF cards, but because SD cards won't keep up with the speed of the camera and the buffer will be waiting for the cards. I found in the 5d3 you get an extra couple of shots before the buffer slows down with CF and I use Sandisk Exrteme Pros SD cards in it.
Here's a chap that seems to have spent a very long time testing various cards, obviously has far to much time on his hands...
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Apr 15, 2013 14:23 |  #7287

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LOL thanks guys - but unfortunately she's in Norfolk and it'd be while I'm on holiday - so no can do. I can't fit any more kit in the car, we're already struggling to get everything in even with the roofbox!
and I'm NOT buying anything else this year, so there :p:lol:

Adrian, let us know how you get on, sounds like you have a plan!!!

I have a variable ND filter you can borrow penel to help cut out the light to keep your shutter speed within sync. Either that or you can borrow my pocketwizards which go to 1/8000 sync.


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Apr 15, 2013 14:24 |  #7288

adrian5127 wrote in post #15829479 (external link)
@Penel that link has a timelapse of him doing a shoot, I don't have a background but will have a go outdoors

Sly the amount of spending on here will even make you proud....2 1DXs and a 5D mkIII !!

Out of curiosity what lighting would you recommend for for a mobile studio with two heads, looking at something with high speed sync, battery powered, wireless control, fairly sturdy and something I would not want to upgrade from. Was thinking of something along these lines http://www.wexphotogra​phic.com …tx-twin-head-kit/p1529872 (external link)

Speak to Mark - i think he has some flash heads he is thinking of selling? Must be good because he got em from Sly in the first place!


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Apr 15, 2013 14:38 as a reply to  @ Kaben's post |  #7289

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Basicly CF cards are a lot faster at transfer and writing than SD cards, that's why the 1dx has two CF slots for speed not because 'pros' are stuck in their ways and only like CF cards, but because SD cards won't keep up with the speed of the camera and the buffer will be waiting for the cards. I found in the 5d3 you get an extra couple of shots before the buffer slows down with CF and I use Sandisk Exrteme Pros SD cards in it.
Here's a chap that seems to have spent a very long time testing various cards, obviously has far to much time on his hands...
http://www.robgalbrait​h.com …i_page.asp?cid=​6007-12452 (external link)

That's a good link Mark. I looked at a similar table when I was looking for cards for my 450d, albeit they were sd. It turned out that it would e the speed of the processor on my camera that would cause buffering way before most cards would. I'm sure this isn't the case with the 5D.


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Apr 15, 2013 14:39 |  #7290

bridge99 wrote in post #15830666 (external link)
Basicly CF cards are a lot faster at transfer and writing than SD cards, that's why the 1dx has two CF slots for speed not because 'pros' are stuck in their ways and only like CF cards, but because SD cards won't keep up with the speed of the camera and the buffer will be waiting for the cards. I found in the 5d3 you get an extra couple of shots before the buffer slows down with CF and I use Sandisk Exrteme Pros SD cards in it.
Here's a chap that seems to have spent a very long time testing various cards, obviously has far to much time on his hands...
http://www.robgalbrait​h.com …i_page.asp?cid=​6007-12452 (external link)

I was talking to a guy yesterday, who has a 5D MK3 and uses the Extreme Sandisk cards, and reckons that the buffer on the camera filled up and would not take any more photos when using it on fast shutter speed. He was at the Mach loop, so maybe that has something to do with it .


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