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Nov 21, 2015 14:54 |  #4291

Some New Holland honey-eater Shots. All with the 400 DO wide open

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Nov 21, 2015 15:26 |  #4292

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Nov 21, 2015 17:22 |  #4293

Sat out on the deck this morning, watching this guy hunt. Chilly, about 15* out, but well worth it.

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Nov 21, 2015 20:13 |  #4294

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22's before there were really 22's.


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Nov 21, 2015 20:48 as a reply to  @ Unbalanced's post |  #4295

It is amazing the way the fox can smell prey and jump on top with ultimate surprize,saw this on National Geographic,
your shot reminds me of the show.:-)


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Nov 22, 2015 14:57 |  #4296

So..........

How many frames per second should I be getting? I haven't counted exactly but I don't seem to be getting anything near the 10 fps based on sound.

My 7D2 sounds like a machine gun: my 1D lV doesn't. I'm using the same CF card in both. Any suggestions?


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Nov 22, 2015 16:28 |  #4297

It'll do 10FPS, but there are custom functions that can set the max speed (and lower speed) to a custom setting. Check yours see if it's been slowed down.


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Nov 22, 2015 16:51 |  #4298

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #17793123 (external link)
It'll do 10FPS, but there are custom functions that can set the max speed (and lower speed) to a custom setting. Check yours see if it's been slowed down.

I did check the custom settings... they were already set at 10 fps.. well, that was what looked like the default. I went ahead and "registered" the settings with 10 being high speed and 3 being the low speed.

I don't think I have anything else slowing it down. Focus vs. speed choices, I left at the center (default). I know the shutter sounds between the two cameras are dramatically different, but I don't think that's what I'm noticing.


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Nov 22, 2015 17:22 |  #4299

Phoenixkh wrote in post #17793141 (external link)
I did check the custom settings... they were already set at 10 fps.. well, that was what looked like the default. I went ahead and "registered" the settings with 10 being high speed and 3 being the low speed.

I don't think I have anything else slowing it down. Focus vs. speed choices, I left at the center (default). I know the shutter sounds between the two cameras are dramatically different, but I don't think that's what I'm noticing.


It never occurred to me to evaluate the fps of a camera by listening to the sound.....

If in doubt, get a stop watch and shoot an reasonable 18% gray object....if your camera is truly off, try a factory reset first.

Something tells me that either your ears playing tricks or a camera setting is slowing the speed down.

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Nov 22, 2015 18:19 |  #4300

RAW-Shooter wrote in post #17793168 (external link)
It never occurred to me to evaluate the fps of a camera by listening to the sound.....

If in doubt, get a stop watch and shoot an reasonable 18% gray object....if your camera is truly off, try a factory reset first.

Something tells me that either your ears playing tricks or a camera setting is slowing the speed down.

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Actaully, you set a manual exposure with enough shutter speed to keep things from slowing down, then you shoot the WATCH!. That way you can review and see exactly how fast it shoots.


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Nov 22, 2015 22:28 |  #4301

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #17793213 (external link)
Actaully, you set a manual exposure with enough shutter speed to keep things from slowing down, then you shoot the WATCH!. That way you can review and see exactly how fast it shoots.

I have no doubts that this will work. Somebody tried this I am sure of that too. Nonetheless it made me laugh...according to the law of uncertainty....as long as you don't look it will be 10 fps but once you watch it....it will be off for sure....

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Nov 23, 2015 06:04 |  #4303

I was on my iPhone when I asked my FPS question so I kept it brief. I hate typing on those things.

Anyway, I'm not a complete moron..... possibly a partial..... but when I hold down the shutter button for a burst, the most I've gotten is 3 frames. I could hold it down longer, of course, but I'm used to the fast burst rate on a 7D2 and since they are identical (10 FPS), I am used to what I get from that. I'll try an actual experiment of some kind. I don't think I'll be bothering with a stop watch. I am new to the 1D series, obviously, so I thought I might be missing something.

I did a factory reset when I first to the 1D IV a few days ago so I already have that out of the equation. I either set up something wrong in one of the menus or it's a matter of getting used to the shutter button action. As I said, I do have the actual shutter speeds option for high speed shutter set to 10 FPS.

I'm only trying to eliminate an actual problem with the body. This one has 122k shutter actuations on it and I have no idea what symptoms show up as a shutter begins to age/fail.


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Nov 23, 2015 06:34 |  #4304

There probably nothing wrong with the body at all, you wont notice a reduction in fps with more actuations on the camera. Your 122k vs my 25k should operate the same.

Try setting the SS to 1/8000 and hold that trigger down. When I used to show people how fast it could fire id usually be in poor light and wouldn't get full fps unless I just went manual and set it this way.

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