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Nov 22, 2013 14:00 |  #2071

roseyposey wrote in post #16471371 (external link)
Thanks - Windows Explorer wasn't seeing the card or camera, but Lightroom imported the photos when I asked it too. I just need to configure it now to load when I put the card reader in, and then eject when the files are uploaded.

Thanks for the tip. Still don't understand why the EOS utility and ImageBrowser Ex stopped working though.

If you've downloaded the images off the card, I'd put it back into the camera and format it... the card's file allocation table may need to be re-written.


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Nov 22, 2013 14:49 |  #2072

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EOS Utility messed up my Asus RT-N66U Dual Band Router. Not a stabilize little program. It messed up my 2.4ghz router signal which all my wireless devices could not login into that particular signal. Try to uninstall it and see.

I'll use Lightroom for now then.


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Nov 22, 2013 14:50 |  #2073

swhiggins wrote in post #16472402 (external link)
If you've downloaded the images off the card, I'd put it back into the camera and format it... the card's file allocation table may need to be re-written.

Yes - I thought I'd try that also - I seem to recall the same happening ages ago, and formatting the card solved it.


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Nov 22, 2013 15:29 |  #2074

Just don't format Magic Lantern :)


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Nov 22, 2013 22:00 |  #2075

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #16472631 (external link)
Just don't format Magic Lantern :)

Dont need Magic Lantern now - can do five shots in camera .. well can seven but only can use five with Photomatix Essentials.


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Nov 22, 2013 22:05 |  #2076

'Dont need Magic Lantern now' What!! Blasphemy! hehe.
I love ML for the intervalometer if for no other reason. Zebras are cool too and so is the built in zoom factor when focusing live-view for macro....the list is long, I could go on. Just biding my time until its out for the 70D.


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Nov 22, 2013 22:18 |  #2077

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #16473406 (external link)
'Dont need Magic Lantern now' What!! Blasphemy! hehe.
I love ML for the intervalometer if for no other reason. Zebras are cool too and so is the built in zoom factor when focusing live-view for macro....the list is long, I could go on. Just biding my time until its out for the 70D.

I guess all I used it for was bracketing, but I can see that I'd use it for focussing live-view for macro. I think macro is going to be quite a challenge with my eye sight. I don't know wht the other things are about though :-)


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Nov 23, 2013 04:38 as a reply to  @ roseyposey's post |  #2078

Okay I have rwad just a little about intervalometer and think it's to do with time lapse. More learning :-) Zebras = indicator for blown out highlights, but in a a specified way?


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Nov 23, 2013 05:00 |  #2079

There is Magic lantern available for 70D yet?


also one shot from yesterday floorball game:


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Nov 23, 2013 05:55 |  #2080

First thing I thought about the above was Jason and Friday the 13th.
Rosey to me zebras are used to show overexposed areas...works in video or stills though I don't use any Canons for video (yet)....
Two things I'm exploring on ML are ETTR and the raw histograms. Does any of that do me any good, well not yet, but learning is learning and ML makes me feel like the learning will never stop.


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Nov 23, 2013 12:42 |  #2081

I just got back from taking about 700 pictures with the 70D with the Canon 300 F2.8is with a 2x tc.

Or so I thought.

I was having a bunch of trouble trying to get clear shots out of this combo.
I did a field micro adjust, I changed settings for tracking, I tried all the focusing modes but most, if not all the shots were just a little off.
It wasn't until I was in the car on the way home that it hit me.
I had both the 2X tc and the 1.4 tc on there at the same time.
So after realizing just how dumb I am, I was then amazed that the camera was able to take any pictures.
It didn't autofocus real well, it was slow and it chattered a bit, but most of the time it would give me a tone for lock.

Some of the better ones.

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Although these are far from being great, I'm still amazed that the camera would focus at all.

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Nov 23, 2013 17:31 |  #2082

Wow, So this is the results of a 3.4TC? Those are some great shots posted!!




  
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Nov 23, 2013 17:47 |  #2083

Picked up my 70D today. I've been lurking here for awhile reading the responses, and I've read the reviews, checked some vids out. All pretty positive. I was a bit worried about the smaller size compared to my 60D, but honestly it almost feels better in my hands than my gripped 60D. Lots of bells and whistles to learn now. So far I'm seriously impressed with it.



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Nov 23, 2013 18:30 |  #2084

I went back down with the Canon 300 f2.8, the Sigma 120-300, and just the Canon 2x tc (version 2).
The sun was out, but for the most part at 90 degrees to me, so the lighting was a bit tough.
Most of the shots were ok, but really nothing really stood out with either lens except for these shots.
These were with the Sigma 120-300 and the 2x tc.
There was a lot of junk in the way, but I managed to get a good focus lock.
I was trying a lot of stuff, but I believe I was in single focus point, one shot focusing.
I got a lock on the bird and it happened to take off at that moment.

These have no processing other than crop and resize.
The crop area was 2400-1600 pixels then resized to 1200 long side.
Shown here at a smaller size.

This faster frame rate is what I was missing with my 5DMKII and T3i.

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Nov 23, 2013 18:38 |  #2085

Great shots!

Since you said "no processing", can I assume you were shooting in JPGs with all processing done in-camera? If yes, what picture style did you use?




  
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