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Nov 08, 2013 22:24 |  #1756

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I know, more deer pictures.
But these have frost.
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that's a great shot.




  
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Nov 09, 2013 00:36 |  #1757

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #16436374 (external link)
Calling Davev for a primer step by step on gradients!

I think I did a better/easier job of it the first time around, but here's the 2:21 rework.
I vid is a bit jumpy, I'll have to move a little slower when I do the next one.

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Nov 09, 2013 03:05 as a reply to  @ post 16391228 |  #1758

Does anyone know if this flash is compatible with the 70D?

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Nov 09, 2013 03:09 |  #1759

Ranger187 wrote in post #16436384 (external link)
One thing that annoys me about HDR is it's either under done, or over done. That's not criticism because that's the general stand I've seen.. People either love it or hate it. And now I'm irritated I taught my friend how to do HDR's because that's all the a$$hat shoots in. When all you do is HDR, please die. :)

ROSEY POSEY PUDDIN PIE:I like the Tobacco building the most out of all your HDR shots.

Here's some of my first HDR shots ever with the 70D.

Just realised the tobacco building is with the 600D ...

Nice shots ranger - the cans and tabs are so clear and sharp, I don't think I ever get any HDR that crisp. I enjoy the house and tree the most in terms of subject matter - but that's just personal preference.


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Nov 09, 2013 05:22 |  #1760

Hi Rosey, I think that will work I have the 565 model when I had a t2i and it worked when I got a 70D.


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Nov 09, 2013 06:19 |  #1761

Davev, thank you very much.


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Nov 09, 2013 06:25 |  #1762

RoseyPosey, good question and probably one I should have asked about the Yongnuo YN-560 III since I have 2 of them en route to me for macro work. I'm going on faith :) Actually they were recommended to me by Dyer at SplashArt in the UK. I mentioned to him that the 70D was not listed as compatible per se; he told me not to fear.
I'll be using them with the RF-603 transmitter. I'll let you know if they work if you haven't tried yourself by then.
You did notice the 1/20,000 second time possible!


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Nov 09, 2013 08:51 |  #1763

Was looking over my new 70D...

The start/stop button for the live view is really loose. It wiggles from side to side when you touch it. Is this normal? Anybody else notice this? Did I get a bad one?




  
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Nov 09, 2013 10:56 |  #1764

roseyposey wrote in post #16436726 (external link)
Just realised the tobacco building is with the 600D ...

Nice shots ranger - the cans and tabs are so clear and sharp, I don't think I ever get any HDR that crisp. I enjoy the house and tree the most in terms of subject matter - but that's just personal preference.

Thank you. HDR is great personally if it's not done with every shot. Sadly some people think they have to shoot every shot with HDR.


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Nov 09, 2013 11:27 |  #1765

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #16436843 (external link)
RoseyPosey, good question and probably one I should have asked about the Yongnuo YN-560 III since I have 2 of them en route to me for macro work. I'm going on faith :) Actually they were recommended to me by Dyer at SplashArt in the UK. I mentioned to him that the 70D was not listed as compatible per se; he told me not to fear.
I'll be using them with the RF-603 transmitter. I'll let you know if they work if you haven't tried yourself by then.
You did notice the 1/20,000 second time possible!

I haven't ordered one so far - and rarely use the flash that's on camera so far. It's something I need to learn and explore for family get togethers etc


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Nov 09, 2013 11:27 |  #1766

jarrieta wrote in post #16436785 (external link)
Hi Rosey, I think that will work I have the 565 model when I had a t2i and it worked when I got a 70D.


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Nov 09, 2013 11:28 as a reply to  @ roseyposey's post |  #1767

Took the dog to the Clive river for a change:

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Nov 09, 2013 11:49 |  #1768

Where's the picture of the dog?


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Nov 09, 2013 14:08 |  #1769

I was in Best Buy and they had one
I checked it out
had a crappy kit lens on it
I got 500 saved
Its way better than what I have
really thinking about getting it

dude was shooting jv-fr football with me the other night
usual crappy lights
I had a 1d2 with a 550ex flash
he had a 7d with 1.4 extender on a 70-200 2.8
he was shooting 6400 at f 4 at 1/400 and was blowing my crap away
just about sold me with real world shooting

He had a 7D but I gotta think the 70D is better?

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Nov 09, 2013 14:43 |  #1770

i-G12 wrote in post #16437070 (external link)
Was looking over my new 70D...

The start/stop button for the live view is really loose. It wiggles from side to side when you touch it. Is this normal? Anybody else notice this? Did I get a bad one?

Just checked mine. It has a little play but not much. The play is consistant whichever way the switch is facing.


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