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Nov 13, 2013 04:32 |  #6106

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^ I just bought a Black Rapid RS7 and it works very well. I have a 300mm F4 + 1.4x II extender hanging off it most of the time and it's pretty comfortable.

After being scammed through Gumtree I finally got my hands on a 6D. Here's some shots from today. Shot with the setup mentioned above...

Nice pics, and thanks for the advice, think i will be going for this one, and it's available in my town also, so i can just go pick it up :)

edit. I think i might go for the Black Rapid RS-Sport 2 instead...


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Nov 13, 2013 05:22 as a reply to  @ Guzmeister's post |  #6107

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Nov 13, 2013 06:13 |  #6108

I have a 6D question that maybe you guys can help with. I'm considering moving from the 60D because I love the IQ and high ISO performance of the 6D. But, my family uses the camera on green box mode and utilizes the pop-up flash of the 60D. Obviously not ideal, but produces the quality and quick focusing that they need. (Multiple DSLR's is not an option)

Would that cause some sort of disadvantage for them, if I moved to the 6D (with 24-105 kit lens)? I was thinking about setting a custom setting with min shutter speed so they don't complain of motion blur. Main uses would be indoor, relatively low light shots of young kids.




  
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Nov 13, 2013 06:20 |  #6109

bgalizio wrote in post #16447721 (external link)
I have a 6D question that maybe you guys can help with. I'm considering moving from the 60D because I love the IQ and high ISO performance of the 6D. But, my family uses the camera on green box mode and utilizes the pop-up flash of the 60D. Obviously not ideal, but produces the quality and quick focusing that they need. (Multiple DSLR's is not an option)

Would that cause some sort of disadvantage for them, if I moved to the 6D (with 24-105 kit lens)? I was thinking about setting a custom setting with min shutter speed so they don't complain of motion blur. Main uses would be indoor, relatively low light shots of young kids.

Auto ISO in Shutter Priority (Tv) mode with the shutter set at a specific speed should help. However, in case you are not aware, the 6D does not have a pop up flash.


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Nov 13, 2013 06:22 |  #6110

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Nov 13, 2013 06:55 |  #6111

DBNissan wrote in post #16447728 (external link)
Auto ISO in Shutter Priority (Tv) mode with the shutter set at a specific speed should help. However, in case you are not aware, the 6D does not have a pop up flash.

Yes, I am aware of the no pop-up flash. Should have been more specific about it, but that's why I'm asking these questions.




  
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Nov 13, 2013 07:45 |  #6112

Beautiful ddk!


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Nov 13, 2013 08:09 |  #6113

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Beautiful ddk!

Thanks! Nature did most of the work :mrgreen:


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I don't know what it is or how it could be, but I feel like my 6D's ISO noise is getting higher and higher the more I use it. I don't even know how that would be possible though. This shot was at ISO 800 and I can see noise even at that size.

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Nov 13, 2013 08:23 |  #6116

VicSkimmr wrote in post #16447956 (external link)
I don't know what it is or how it could be, but I feel like my 6D's ISO noise is getting higher and higher the more I use it. I don't even know how that would be possible though. That shot was at ISO 800 and I can see noise even at that size.

possible that you are underestimating the value of nice low iso shots? For certain shots and how I will view them, iso 25600 is fine ;)

If I'm producing something worthy of sitting on a wall, iso 100-400 is where I'm staying. I have some shots at 1600 where some people would love to have, but I found it borderline not usable. It just depends on the types of shots you're trying to achieve.


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Nov 13, 2013 08:30 |  #6117

VicSkimmr wrote in post #16447956 (external link)
I don't know what it is or how it could be, but I feel like my 6D's ISO noise is getting higher and higher the more I use it. I don't even know how that would be possible though. That shot was at ISO 800 and I can see noise even at that size.

Do you find yourself trying to brighten your images in post process?

If the answer is Yes, then you are underexposing the original image and , by pushing in post, increasing the noise.

Have you read THIS thread?


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Nov 13, 2013 08:37 |  #6118

I do typically have to increase the exposure some in post, but still, the noise is there before doing any kind of adjustments.


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Nov 13, 2013 08:43 |  #6119

To my understanding, noise will be more if an image is underexposed than if properly exposed and we will just increase it if we adjust.


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Nov 13, 2013 08:55 |  #6120

VicSkimmr wrote in post #16448019 (external link)
I do typically have to increase the exposure some in post, but still, the noise is there before doing any kind of adjustments.

try doing it backwards, aka ETTR ;)

When light is uniform like your shot, instead of ISO 800, do 1600! and then pull back till you get proper exposure. Of course their is the possibility of blowing highlights, but ETTR or at minimum, nailing exposure, will get you nice cleaner shots.


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