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Dec 08, 2013 13:32 |  #1666

i have a mk2 and 70-200 2,8 non is... the combo is just perfect, perfect focus, perfect everything


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Dec 09, 2013 12:50 |  #1667

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Dec 10, 2013 13:43 |  #1668

Just picked up my Canon 1D Mark II from KEH for a great price. I can't wait to start shooting with it!

Anyone know of good replacement batteries?


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Dec 10, 2013 13:52 |  #1669

AKPhotography11 wrote in post #16516677 (external link)
Anyone know of good replacement batteries?


...i bought a wasabi brand battery and it holds a charge very well! It fits the battery compartment very well, the dial is a bit snug when closing but other than that, I've been very satisfied with my purchase! I think it comes in a pack of two!

One charge will last about almost TWO months for me, it may vary obviously if you shoot over 500 shots a day - everyday!

it also fits the charger perfectly and the camera is able to detect it just like the OEM battery




  
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Dec 10, 2013 16:25 |  #1670

meeko031 wrote in post #16516695 (external link)
...i bought a wasabi brand battery and it holds a charge very well! It fits the battery compartment very well, the dial is a bit snug when closing but other than that, I've been very satisfied with my purchase! I think it comes in a pack of two!

One charge will last about almost TWO months for me, it may vary obviously if you shoot over 500 shots a day - everyday!

it also fits the charger perfectly and the camera is able to detect it just like the OEM battery

Thank you! I'll look into those


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Dec 10, 2013 18:05 |  #1671

i did buy a
Cellonic
CC-NPE3
Type: Nickel-Metaalhydride
Capaciteit: 2000mAh
Voltage: 12V
Wattuur: 24.0Wh

for 22€ new, with 2 year warranty.
and it works real great.............


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Dec 12, 2013 01:03 |  #1672

1D2N & 24-105L

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1D markIIN - 24-105L - 70-200/2.8 L

  
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Dec 12, 2013 01:06 |  #1673

Very good quality tip top,Bravo!.


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Dec 12, 2013 09:22 |  #1674

I gave mine to my daughter
wasnt a bad deal for a 1dII 2 batteries charger paper work cd and a 550ex flash
Thanks all of you for posting info
It has helped me a lot
the 1d2 is a very good camera
Its just not what I need for low light fast action sports
or it is and Im to dumb to use it to its full potential

again thanks to all of you
you have helped me get a little better
I appreciate it

I will continue to post in the 40d, 70-200, sports, forums
If you wanna learn how not to do things lol


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Dec 12, 2013 09:25 |  #1675

Nguyen-tp wrote in post #16520920 (external link)
1D2N & 24-105L

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Beautiful girl. Nice shot.


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Dec 12, 2013 09:27 |  #1676

burnet44 wrote in post #16521534 (external link)
I gave mine to my daughter
wasnt a bad deal for a 1dII 2 batteries charger paper work cd and a 550ex flash
Thanks all of you for posting info
It has helped me a lot
the 1d2 is a very good camera
Its just not what I need for low light fast action sports
or it is and Im to dumb to use it to its full potential

again thanks to all of you
you have helped me get a little better
I appreciate it

I will continue to post in the 40d, 70-200, sports, forums
If you wanna learn how not to do things lol

Blessed your heart. That is one nice gift. Mine I don't use it that much either. I only use it during family party and sometimes friends party.


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Dec 12, 2013 09:28 |  #1677

meeko031 wrote in post #16516695 (external link)
...i bought a wasabi brand battery and it holds a charge very well! It fits the battery compartment very well, the dial is a bit snug when closing but other than that, I've been very satisfied with my purchase! I think it comes in a pack of two!

One charge will last about almost TWO months for me, it may vary obviously if you shoot over 500 shots a day - everyday!

it also fits the charger perfectly and the camera is able to detect it just like the OEM battery

I have to check this out. I have wasabi for my t2i they are really great.


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Dec 12, 2013 09:39 |  #1678

Peter2516 wrote in post #16521546 (external link)
Blessed your heart. That is one nice gift. Mine I don't use it that much either. I only use it during family party and sometimes friends party.

true
seems like a good camera for that
nice shot tp


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Dec 15, 2013 00:51 |  #1679

HELP...please. This is my first post here, so HELLO to all fellow Canon buffs. I'm an experienced photog with 20+ years as a pro. I was recently offered a REALLY good deal on a 1D MKii N. I "read all about it" and decided it would be a nice addition to use for it's speed in some sports jobs I pick up here and there. I would also get a little more reach on some of my telephotos as well. I really dig the camera and have nothing but praise for it. Here's my dilemma...I did an f/22 sensor check and founds it was pretty dirty. I ordered Type 1 sensor swabs as Eclipse says to. When I went to clean the sensor (Which I'm well versed at doing) the swab was not nearly wide enough to cover the entire sensor face...not even close. After a lot of careful measuring and investigation, I have confirmed that there is a full frame sensor (YES, 24mm tall X 36mm wide) in my Canon 1D mkii N (at least that's what it says on the front...lol). It is the EXACT same size as the sensor in my 5Dmk ii and a Type 3 sensor swab cleaned it right up!

I put on my 70-200 2.8l ii and measures field of view between the 1d mkii and the 5Dmkii...there's about 3" difference at 30' away. I think the aps-h is only 75% the size of the full frame hence the field of view should be significantly less.

Can anyone shed some light on what the heck might be going on here? Were there ever any made this way or ??? This has me completely perplexed. Is it possible that someone put the guts of a 1Ds in a 1D mkii? I know it sounds NUTS, huh? I cannot figure it out. Any accurate information out there would be greatly appreciated. My email is sailorjohnphotography@​gmail.com (external link). I can send pics if it'll help...???


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Dec 15, 2013 01:05 |  #1680

HELP...please. This is my first post here, so HELLO to all fellow Canon buffs. I'm an experienced photog with 20+ years as a pro. I was recently offered a REALLY good deal on a 1D MKii N. I "read all about it" and decided it would be a nice addition to use for it's speed in some sports jobs I pick up here and there. I would also get a little more reach on some of my telephotos as well. I really dig the camera and have nothing but praise for it. Here's my dilemma...I did an f/22 sensor check and founds it was pretty dirty. I ordered Type 1 sensor swabs as Eclipse says to. When I went to clean the sensor (Which I'm well versed at doing) the swab was not nearly wide enough to cover the entire sensor face...not even close. After a lot of careful measuring and investigation, I have confirmed that there is a full frame sensor (YES, 24mm tall X 36mm wide) in my Canon 1D mkii N (at least that's what it says on the front...lol). It is the EXACT same size as the sensor in my 5Dmk ii and a Type 3 sensor swab cleaned it right up!

I put on my 70-200 2.8l ii and measures field of view between the 1d mkii and the 5Dmkii...there's about 3" difference at 30' away. I think the aps-h is only 75% the size of the full frame hence the field of view should be significantly less.

Can anyone shed some light on what the heck might be going on here? Were there ever any made this way or ??? This has me completely perplexed. Is it possible that someone put the guts of a 1Ds in a 1D mkii? I know it sounds NUTS, huh? I cannot figure it out. Any accurate information out there would be greatly appreciated. My email is sailorjohnphotography@​gmail.com (external link). I can send pics if it'll help...???


Fair winds and Safe Journeys,
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