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Sep 11, 2013 19:58 |  #1981

madflea wrote in post #16289415 (external link)
I actually just received my Yashica 50 f/2 today (with a Fotodiox adapter). It seems to work great on my 5D Mark II, but when I put it on the M via the Canon adapter, I cant seem to take a picture. Pressing the shutter does nothing, tried AV and Manual mode. Any settings I am missing?

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Have you gone into settings and under the Custom Functions (C.Fn.) number IV/7 enabled "Release shutter w/o lens"?

I know it is odd wording, probably would be better called "Release shutter with manual lens"


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Sep 11, 2013 20:14 |  #1982

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Sep 11, 2013 20:36 |  #1983

LoneRider wrote in post #16289493 (external link)
Have you gone into settings and under the Custom Functions (C.Fn.) number IV/7 enabled "Release shutter w/o lens"?

I know it is odd wording, probably would be better called "Release shutter with manual lens"

I had not and that was totally my problem. Its fixed now :). Thank you!




  
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Sep 12, 2013 00:01 |  #1984

psxindo wrote in post #16289061 (external link)
Can you transfer to all 3 of your devices at the same time?

I've tried with 2 devices, and it can only transfer to only one.

Unfortunetely no. Only transfers to one device. :cry:

tkbslc wrote in post #16289068 (external link)
The Mobi also transfers ALL images to your phone. Not ideal. I don't need a whole day's photos on my phone, just the few I want to share. And I guess I can pair the other ones with my phone and computer, but it sends photos through the phone to the computer and not the computer directly. I'm just not a fan. Too many quirks and limitations compared to the built in wifi.

True, But for $50 we are able to add some type of wifi that will let us transfer our photos to our phones. It's not perfect, but it sure beats spending more money on a new camera for just this functionality and I wasn't going to pass up on the EOSM deal because it wasn't included. :D

CincyTriGuy wrote in post #16289470 (external link)
I shoot in RAW+JPG with an Eye-Fi. I send the jpgs to Photosmith on my iPad over WiFi where I do my first pass rating and reviewing, which I can do in the field. Then when I get home I import the RAWs into Lightroom and then sync the metadata updates from the ipad to Lightroom so I can immediately start editing my selects.

The combination of an Eye-Fi + ipad + Photosmith has completely changed my workflow and saved tons of time in post.

This is just awesome! Never knew this existed. I'm going to put that on my wish list.


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Sep 12, 2013 00:47 |  #1985

JDeluis wrote in post #16289993 (external link)
I wasn't going to pass up on the EOSM deal because it wasn't included. :D

I obviously didn't either. :)

I was mainly just sharing how much better the in camera wi-fi is based on my experience.


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Sep 12, 2013 08:02 as a reply to  @ tkbslc's post |  #1986

Just got my 22mm lens. It's much better in low light. The camera also tracks better with this lens.




  
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Sep 12, 2013 20:33 |  #1987

Got my M!!! And a bonus, the pack I got came with a flash that I didnt know was in there. So now I have an extra flash as a trigger for my other camera I guess. ANyways, first pic. SOC.

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Sep 12, 2013 21:36 |  #1988

Here's my M with my Yashica ML 50/2 for size reference, I've still got to process the samples from it (been lazy this week, but need to get on it before GTA 5 comes out and I go into hibernation... :lol:)

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Sep 12, 2013 21:56 |  #1989

thats not too bad at all. Ill have to look and see what it looks like with the canon 50/1.4 I hope its not too large.


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Sep 12, 2013 22:04 |  #1990

peeaanuut wrote in post #16292449 (external link)
thats not too bad at all. Ill have to look and see what it looks like with the canon 50/1.4 I hope its not too large.

I use my M with my 35/2 almost all the time now and it's almost the same size as the 50/1.4.


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Sep 12, 2013 22:07 |  #1991

tkbslc wrote in post #16289068 (external link)
If I was going to get a wifi card I'd get this one: http://www.lzeal.com/e​n/products.asp (external link)

You can turn the wifi on and off and instead of pushing the photos you just use an app on your phone and the built in WAP on the card to pull the photos from any device.

You have two choices with this card, either a mode where you select the photos that you want to upload to your tablet, phone or Ipad; the other choice is the push mode where all photos, including raw, are uploaded to the tablet if it is connected to the wifi card at the time of shooting.

This card http://www.amazon.com …anscend+wifi+sd​+card+16gb (external link) will connect with three devices simultaneously, but is in a push mode when you are connected and shooting. It has a reputation for being hard to set up; I found it to be quirky but not that hard to set up.


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Sep 12, 2013 22:11 |  #1992

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #16292472 (external link)
I use my M with my 35/2 almost all the time now and it's almost the same size as the 50/1.4.

good to hear. I have the same lens as well, so might have to toss it in the go bag.


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Sep 12, 2013 22:16 |  #1993

Has anyone experienced oversaturated raw M photos in LR? These were taken with a variety of lenses but primarily the 22mm prime. I've been shooting raw + jpg and just uploading the raw to LR. I've been uploading the jpg's to my tablet and they seem fine.


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Sep 13, 2013 01:09 |  #1994

First shots from Long Beach with the M. Cant wait to try it out in the daytime.


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Sep 13, 2013 09:52 |  #1995

GTogs wrote in post #16292492 (external link)
Has anyone experienced oversaturated raw M photos in LR? These were taken with a variety of lenses but primarily the 22mm prime. I've been shooting raw + jpg and just uploading the raw to LR. I've been uploading the jpg's to my tablet and they seem fine.

Mine have been fine on my color corrected monitor on a MBP running LR 4.


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