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Jan 03, 2014 11:22 |  #2851

maverick75 wrote in post #16573664 (external link)
really nice! makes it look full frame!

Well actually a little bit bigger, like the Pentax 645D kinda look.

and yeah it's your SD card, the M has a relative big buffer. Enough that ML could unlock raw video on it, with a UHS I card It never slows down on me shooting continuous raw. I've done 10-12 second bursts before just to see how it would do lol

What. Haven't even heard that you really can shoot continuous shooting with RAW. I get 2 shots, and then delay. My mostly used card is Sandisk Ultra 30MB/s. So, what is the needed speed rating (MB/s) for the card to be able to handle more than two shots? I would be glad to get three shots in sequence for bracketing.


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Jan 03, 2014 11:52 |  #2852

Has anyone tested the 40 pancake on their M? I;m curious about the speed of auto focus when using the EF adapter.




  
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Jan 03, 2014 14:06 |  #2853

VeijoM wrote in post #16574468 (external link)
What. Haven't even heard that you really can shoot continuous shooting with RAW. I get 2 shots, and then delay. My mostly used card is Sandisk Ultra 30MB/s. So, what is the needed speed rating (MB/s) for the card to be able to handle more than two shots? I would be glad to get three shots in sequence for bracketing.


You have to switch from one shot to continuous, when you do you will get very minimal shutter lag. like maybe 1/10th of the normal time.

The card I use is a 45mb/s, it was a cheap 16GB UHS-I Sony that I got for $12 shipped off Adorama.


When I use a slower card like a class 10 transcend I can only get 4 shots before it stops, but with the Sony it will literally shoot 10-12 seconds.


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Jan 03, 2014 15:19 |  #2854

jase1125 wrote in post #16572098 (external link)
Nice one, Robin.

Thank you, Jason!


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Jan 03, 2014 15:26 |  #2855

maverick75 wrote in post #16574878 (external link)
You have to switch from one shot to continuous, when you do you will get very minimal shutter lag. like maybe 1/10th of the normal time.

The card I use is a 45mb/s, it was a cheap 16GB UHS-I Sony that I got for $12 shipped off Adorama.


When I use a slower card like a class 10 transcend I can only get 4 shots before it stops, but with the Sony it will literally shoot 10-12 seconds.

good to know. Thought someone was fishy with the M. I only get 3 shots before it stops, but it's ok for what I shoot. I do have the 90mb/s card in my 6D, and it's very responsive, even in a lot of shooting.... kinda like CF.


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Jan 03, 2014 16:51 |  #2856

Tried some off camera flash and action. The M did good.

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Jan 03, 2014 20:04 |  #2857

maverick75 wrote in post #16574878 (external link)
When I use a slower card like a class 10 transcend I can only get 4 shots before it stops, but with the Sony it will literally shoot 10-12 seconds.

Wow, I usually use an Amazon Basics class 10 card in my M, and I get six shots before it has to stop to clear the buffer. I've been content with that, but now I'm tempted to get a faster card. hah


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Jan 03, 2014 21:45 |  #2858

ramair455 wrote in post #16574558 (external link)
Has anyone tested the 40 pancake on their M? I;m curious about the speed of auto focus when using the EF adapter.

The pancake wasn't too fast on the 5Dmk3, so I would expect a slightly lower speed on the M with adapter. It's "fast" for an STM lens. Moderate if you compare to USM speed of the L lens.




  
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Jan 03, 2014 22:00 |  #2859

dmnelson wrote in post #16575695 (external link)
Wow, I usually use an Amazon Basics class 10 card in my M, and I get six shots before it has to stop to clear the buffer. I've been content with that, but now I'm tempted to get a faster card. hah

I've only ever needed it once, when I shot a katana cutting through a pumpkin.

Never used it again, mainly because I find the shutter botton way too sensitive compared to my DSLR. You end up taking way too many, 99% of the time I've been on single shot.


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Jan 03, 2014 22:34 |  #2860

i have let this camera disappoint me too much. Just not sure what I am doing wrong so for now its going to get lots of use for me to work out my bugs. Purely a user issue.

Just farting around tonight while batteries are charging.

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Jan 03, 2014 22:48 |  #2861

^I've been obsessed with that show lately :)


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Jan 04, 2014 01:28 |  #2862

maverick75 wrote in post #16574878 (external link)
You have to switch from one shot to continuous, when you do you will get very minimal shutter lag. like maybe 1/10th of the normal time.

The card I use is a 45mb/s, it was a cheap 16GB UHS-I Sony that I got for $12 shipped off Adorama.


When I use a slower card like a class 10 transcend I can only get 4 shots before it stops, but with the Sony it will literally shoot 10-12 seconds.

I do use continuous shooting. I just checked and got more than 3 shots in RAW-only, but my settings have been RAW+L which fills the buffer in two shots and the third shot needs waiting. When handholding the camera and getting three bracketed shots this waiting is annoying. Seems I have to stick to RAW only when bracketing, didn't even try this before.


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Jan 04, 2014 10:27 |  #2863

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Taken yesterday afternoon while out walking, with the 18-55 kit lens. A cold but clear sunset.

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Fantastic shot!


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Jan 04, 2014 15:25 |  #2864

With the 22mm.

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Jan 04, 2014 15:49 |  #2865

ramair455 wrote in post #16574558 (external link)
Has anyone tested the 40 pancake on their M? I;m curious about the speed of auto focus when using the EF adapter.

I have it. It works well as a loose portrait lens. Focusing is fine for people standing moderately still or posing, but it is not an action lens.
Face detect is kinda nice, otherwise it grabs the background a bit too often...




  
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