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Apr 26, 2013 21:09 |  #2926

Here's more proof of that terrible AF system on the 6D. Shot with my 70-200 and 100% cropped

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Apr 26, 2013 23:00 |  #2927

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #15868502 (external link)
bw!

Though whenever I hand her the camera, all I get are blurry or OOF shots... and sadly she has no interest to learn :(

Some people are best behind the camera and some best in front,you seam to have that round the rite way,even the oof one looks ok


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Apr 26, 2013 23:37 |  #2928

Kiwi Kid wrote in post #15871593 (external link)
Some people are best behind the camera and some best in front,you seam to have that round the rite way,even the oof one looks ok

Thank you, I really appreciate that! :)

Ironically I did some modeling before I ever got into photography... I definitely have way more fun behind the camera :cool:


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Apr 27, 2013 00:44 |  #2929

Crashoran wrote in post #15870939 (external link)
Took some 60p test videos today, and I have to say I'm extremely disappointed. The amount of moire was incredible. I'm uploading a video to YT now, will share the link soon.
http://www.youtube.com …KbdkPM70&featur​e=youtu.be (external link)

Yep, that's about how much moire I get from my 60D when shooting buildings (and moire is worse in 720p than 1080p).

Except for the 5D3 and 1DX, every Canon DSLR has moire in movie mode (and the 5D3 trades sharpness to get rid of the moire).

Those of us who've been using DSLRs for video for a while have just learned to work around it (e.g. don't dress your subjects in fine-patterned clothing, don't shoot brick walls, etc).

It can get annoying, but using DSLRs for video is a compromise, and it always will be.




  
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Apr 27, 2013 01:04 |  #2930

^I thought that they made anti-aliasing filters for lenses too? Wouldn't that sort of solve the issue? I never seemed to notice the issue with my T2i, but I will admit that I have seen it on the 6D. Being that I rarely use video anyway this doesn't really matter much to me (yet). I will be shooting some short films with the 6D and EOS-M (once I pick one up) eventually though, so I guess I'll have to look into other AA filter options...

I found another critter in my back yard... I couldn't tell what my cat was looking at until he moved his tail...

Shot with the Vivitar 200/3.5 through a dirty sliding glass door

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Apr 27, 2013 01:23 |  #2931

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #15871773 (external link)
^I thought that they made anti-aliasing filters for lenses too? Wouldn't that sort of solve the issue? I never seemed to notice the issue with my T2i, but I will admit that I have seen it on the 6D. Being that I rarely use video anyway this doesn't really matter much to me (yet). I will be shooting some short films with the 6D and EOS-M (once I pick one up) eventually though, so I guess I'll have to look into other AA filter options...

Depending on what you shoot, moire is decently easy to get around - just avoid repeating patterns like patterned fabric and brick walls.

If you can't avoid it, then Mosaic Engineering's AA filters are the way to go, but if you're shooting both stills and video you have to always remove the filter when you're done as it sits in the way of the mirror (and would soften the image anyway). For what I shoot, I'd rather just avoid repeating patterns than deal with the removable filter, but that's just me.

If you're new to serious DSLR video, moire is far from the worst problem you're going to face - rolling shutter, dual-system sound, building rigs, focus pulling, these are way more annoying, haha :)

EDIT: AA filters for lenses? Interesting, I've never heard of such a thing. I'd imagine putting an AA filter in front of the lens instead of in front of the sensor a la Mosaic Engineering would be way harder, you'd probably have to have a different filter for each different focal length.

EDIT 2: from Mosaic Engineering's FAQ - http://www.mosaicengin​eering.com/products/va​f/faq.html (external link)

Why doesn't Mosaic make an anti-aliasing / anti-moiré filter for mounting in front of the camera's lens? To work well, this requires a different filter for each lens focal length - whereas a single VAF filter can work with any focal length lens.




  
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Apr 27, 2013 03:15 |  #2932

Hi all,

Got mine for almost a month now, enjoy its low light performance. Oh, thank you all for great images and info. Here is my contribution; sooc, 135, f2, 1/125, iso 12800; selfie via ipad, ipad was the only light source.

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Apr 27, 2013 03:45 as a reply to  @ InCip's post |  #2933

^^^very nice.


Sold my first DSLR & lens = 6D (24-105L) & (40)
Now what prime should i get with the 7d mark ii?...

  
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Apr 27, 2013 10:11 |  #2934

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Apr 27, 2013 15:49 as a reply to  @ uther1's post |  #2935

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With 70-200mm F4L IS.

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Apr 27, 2013 16:45 |  #2936

Cross-post from the ND thread

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Apr 27, 2013 23:07 |  #2937

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Apr 28, 2013 03:38 |  #2938

A couple more shots with vintage lenses from todays outing... I'm still surprised at how little I use my L...

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Apr 28, 2013 03:39 as a reply to  @ EverydayGetaway's post |  #2939

Lovin' the 6D after a short break from Canon and trying the Nikon D600. It's good to be back here:)

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Apr 28, 2013 04:49 |  #2940

lomenak wrote in post #15874736 (external link)
Lovin' the 6D after a short break from Canon and trying the Nikon D600. It's good to be back here:)

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