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Feb 25, 2009 19:24 |  #16

Thanks for all your help guys, I can't wait for my cam to come to try this all out.


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Sep 27, 2011 20:41 |  #17

Does anyone know how long an exposure the 1Ds MkIII can do at ISO 1600 before some of the dark pixels start to turn bright, as in making the final picture look like it has tiny, single pixel specks that are red or white in it even if it is a shot in the dark with lens cap on? These pixels are fully bright but disappear in shorter exposures.

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Sep 27, 2011 21:28 |  #18

I would say it depends on the camera....hot pixels on the sensor


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Dec 09, 2014 21:18 |  #19

digging this up from the dead...

anyone know a good replacement to the recommended "Phottix Cleon C8 Wireless Remote"? doesn't seem to be available anymore..


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Jan 24, 2015 04:32 |  #20

I use magic lantern to do intravalometer exposures, its free. Definitely give it a try!


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Feb 04, 2015 01:49 |  #21

Ditto on Magic Lantern, it's free and available to a large portion of Canon cameras




  
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