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Aug 11, 2014 02:16 |  #4231

mocelet wrote in post #17088593 (external link)
No, the Canon RC6 remote (and clones thereof) works great with the M.

Agree on your other points though, lighting for Macro is critical and can be difficult, and I am not sure that 3 LEDs will be enough. Odd that they require external USB power (I assume it is power and not PC control) and they don't take power from the camera.

I assumed it was USB to charge it's LED battery. Which to me means, there's no way it's powerful enough to light up something when stopped down at shooting at 1/200s.

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Aug 11, 2014 02:22 |  #4232

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Aug 11, 2014 11:33 |  #4233

Boring moon shot,,,, taken with an old FD mount Vivitar 200mm F/3

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Aug 11, 2014 11:46 |  #4234

EOS-M with 22mm pancake.

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EOS-M with Helios 44-2:

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Aug 11, 2014 12:16 |  #4235

Heya,

EOS-M with Helios 44-2:

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Aug 11, 2014 13:08 |  #4236

maverick75 wrote in post #17075751 (external link)
Don't know if I've mentioned it before but a LCD viewfinder has been the best accessory I've bought for my M.

http://rover.ebay.com …wid=902099&mtid​=824&kw=lg (external link)

Mid day sometimes make it impossible to shoot without it, makes manual focusing a breeze, and it's great for video stuff as well. Even stabilizes the camera a bit more since it adds a contact point.

For $11 you cant go wrong! I've had mine for a year and it's held up great with all the abuse I put it through.

I just got mine. Awesome little thing! Thank you so much for sharing it.




  
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Aug 11, 2014 13:35 |  #4237

Does anybody have the Tamron 18-200mm?


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Aug 11, 2014 13:42 |  #4238

Wolfeye wrote in post #17089417 (external link)
I just got mine. Awesome little thing! Thank you so much for sharing it.

You're welcome! :D

the other things I would recommend is this $4 remote
http://rover.ebay.com …wid=902099&mtid​=824&kw=lg (external link)

great for tripod related stuff, and to use bulb mode more efficiently. The M has a built in timer when you use it, so glad canon put that in.

this $3 HDMI cable if you ever want to review your pictures on a TV.
http://rover.ebay.com …wid=902099&mtid​=824&kw=lg (external link)

and finally this $2 lavalier mic, for being so cheap the audio was actually really good.
http://rover.ebay.com …wid=902099&mtid​=824&kw=lg (external link)

All of those have made my life so much easier and for just $9 total, with free shipping!
Gotta love ebay sometimes haha


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Aug 11, 2014 23:09 |  #4239

psxindo wrote in post #17089487 (external link)
Does anybody have the Tamron 18-200mm?

Mine will be here Wednesday. Mainly wanted it for my IR converted, so hoping it doesn't have the center brightness problem.


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Aug 12, 2014 13:22 |  #4240

How are you guys getting the high ISO performance? I have mine set to 3200 max and even then I am seeing a lot of noise when I set it to 100% looking at the photos in DPP. I had to reduce the noise in LR to get something acceptable to me. When looking at the photo fit into a roughly 8x10 window on the computer though, you really cannot tell how grainy the photo looks. It is only when you zoom to 50-100%.




  
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Aug 12, 2014 13:30 |  #4241

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How are you guys getting the high ISO performance? I have mine set to 3200 max and even then I am seeing a lot of noise when I set it to 100% looking at the photos in DPP. I had to reduce the noise in LR to get something acceptable to me. When looking at the photo fit into a roughly 8x10 window on the computer though, you really cannot tell how grainy the photo looks. It is only when you zoom to 50-100%.

Heya,

Pixel peeing will always look nasty. Looking at it at it's viewing size is what matters. If you're printing 8 x 10, look at it as if it were physically 8 x 10 on your screen. If it looks good, you're good. Pixel peeping is a state of depression (even for a 6D owner).

I did nothing special for my noise reduction on my 3200 ISO shots I posted earlier in this thread. The standard in-camera noise reduction. I think I ran a pass in photoshop at a low level just to clean up some shadow areas that I pulled up in DPP. I'm ok with some grain, so long as it's not distracting. It barely shows up in print, and when it does, no one see's it from 2~3 feet away. Only if they hold it in some serious light and inspect it at a few inches.

Also, if exposure is correct, you will also less notice the ISO noise. If you're underexposed and pulling up exposure, the ISO noise will scream and look really obvious. So make sure and compare ISO performance of a properly exposed photograph, and not something severely under exposed.

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Aug 12, 2014 14:55 |  #4242

mikeinctown wrote in post #17091429 (external link)
How are you guys getting the high ISO performance? I have mine set to 3200 max and even then I am seeing a lot of noise when I set it to 100% looking at the photos in DPP. I had to reduce the noise in LR to get something acceptable to me. When looking at the photo fit into a roughly 8x10 window on the computer though, you really cannot tell how grainy the photo looks. It is only when you zoom to 50-100%.


Magic lantern 5,000 is cleaner than the native 3,200 in my findings, even pushing it to 20,000 in post.


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Aug 12, 2014 15:55 |  #4243

I set my ISO NR to high in the menu. Will see if that changes anything. Though it does give you the warning that in RAW and RAW + L that it won't work when you take multiple shots.

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Aug 12, 2014 19:18 |  #4244

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Aug 12, 2014 20:33 |  #4245

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