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Jun 08, 2016 13:21 |  #12093

Hey everybody! Just got my new body in yesterday, coming from a 60D. Only had an hour to play before work, but I'm in love already. Don't think I ever got a useable image at ISO3200 from the 60D:

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Jun 08, 2016 13:23 |  #12094

That's only the beginning. The focus system is incredible. Take your time to understand all the options available.


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Jun 08, 2016 13:49 |  #12095

Scrumhalf wrote in post #18033199 (external link)
Take your time to understand all the options available.

Is that even possible? ;)




  
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Jun 08, 2016 14:31 |  #12096

sidknee wrote in post #18033223 (external link)
Is that even possible? ;)

Yes. There really is not that much to it if you break it down.Once press the shutter the system will focus on wherever you the put the AF point. 1st and 2nd priority control how quickly and accurately you want the initial AF to react. Factory is Equal for both and a very good starting point. Aside from picking an AF mode there is nothing else you do to control initial AF acquisition.

The case number are responsible for tracking characteristics after initial AF. There are 6 and Case 1 is the factory setting. It is the bread and butter and will cover most of your shooting needs. No doubt there is a learning curve to understand the other 5 but they are just tweaks to enhance Case 1.

Listen to what the presenter says in the first minute.

https://www.youtube.co​m/watch?v=7sgRZBo-WKI (external link)

The rest is just setting the camera up to taste. We have been discussing what the 3 parameters do in the 7D2 Focus Discussions thread.


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Jun 08, 2016 14:40 |  #12097

digital paradise wrote in post #18033265 (external link)
Yes. There really is not that much to it if you break it down.Once press the shutter the system will focus on wherever you the put the AF point. 1st and 2nd priority control how quickly and accurately you want the initial AF to react. Factory is Equal for both and a very good starting point. Aside from picking an AF mode there is nothing else you do to control initial AF acquisition.

The case number are responsible for tracking characteristics after initial AF. There are 6 and Case 1 is the factory setting. It is the bread and butter and will cover most of your shooting needs. No doubt there is a learning curve to understand the other 5 but they are just tweaks to enhance Case 1.

Listen to what the presenter says in the first minute.

https://www.youtube.co​m/watch?v=7sgRZBo-WKI (external link)

The rest is just setting the camera up to taste. We have been discussing what the 3 parameters do in the 7D2 Focus Discussions thread.

Chill man :) It was meant as humour. :)




  
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Jun 08, 2016 14:43 |  #12098

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One and Two are awesome that's something I would frame and hang on my wall.
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Jun 08, 2016 15:43 |  #12099

digital paradise wrote in post #18033265 (external link)
Yes. There really is not that much to it if you break it down.Once press the shutter the system will focus on wherever you the put the AF point. 1st and 2nd priority control how quickly and accurately you want the initial AF to react. Factory is Equal for both and a very good starting point. Aside from picking an AF mode there is nothing else you do to control initial AF acquisition.

The case number are responsible for tracking characteristics after initial AF. There are 6 and Case 1 is the factory setting. It is the bread and butter and will cover most of your shooting needs. No doubt there is a learning curve to understand the other 5 but they are just tweaks to enhance Case 1.

Listen to what the presenter says in the first minute.

https://www.youtube.co​m/watch?v=7sgRZBo-WKI (external link)

The rest is just setting the camera up to taste. We have been discussing what the 3 parameters do in the 7D2 Focus Discussions thread.

Only Rudy knows it all!!!! ;)

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Jun 08, 2016 15:47 |  #12100

sidknee wrote in post #18033272 (external link)
Chill man :) It was meant as humour. :)

I think he was just trying to be informative.

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Jun 08, 2016 16:05 |  #12101

sidknee wrote in post #18033272 (external link)
Chill man :) It was meant as humour. :)

McNeese72 wrote in post #18033332 (external link)
I think he was just trying to be informative.

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Don't worry, I won't try it again ;)




  
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Jun 08, 2016 17:45 |  #12102

sidknee wrote in post #18033272 (external link)
Chill man :) It was meant as humour. :)

Meant for new owners.


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Jun 09, 2016 04:42 |  #12103

its cold today, around 13C and I'm freezing, trying to warm up by looking at images like this one I took not too long ago

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Jun 09, 2016 04:59 |  #12104

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its cold today, around 13C and I'm freezing, trying to warm up by looking at images like this one I took not too long ago

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Beautiful shot Julie, and I was just sitting here wondering what 13C would feel like right now. It has been 95F (35C) here for the last week and a half. Bundle up and stay warm. :lol:


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Jun 09, 2016 05:53 |  #12105

Interestingly its 5c this morning ..In June.....and i would say just off freezing lol...... Yesterday was not much better starting out at 7c ..There definitely was someone in there

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its cold today, around 13C and I'm freezing, trying to warm up by looking at images like this one I took not too long ago

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Beautiful shot Julie, and I was just sitting here wondering what 13C would feel like right now. It has been 95F (35C) here for the last week and a half. Bundle up and stay warm. :lol:


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