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-= 70D owners unite! Post up pics and discuss!

 
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Jan 04, 2017 16:36 |  #15571

Looks good to me!




  
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Jan 05, 2017 00:37 |  #15572

JAC Wagon wrote in post #18233318 (external link)
Looks good to me!

Thanks for the feedback. I have laptop with 720p screen. Photos looked blurry with photos app on Windows 10. I switched to windows photo viewer. It is better than photos app.


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Jan 05, 2017 00:38 |  #15573

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Jan 05, 2017 07:37 |  #15574

I am a 70D newbie. I've had a T5 for a couple years, but have never really gotten out of automatic mode. I purchased a 70D crash course video and am trying to learn my way around this new 70D. I do have a question, though. Don't laugh. Somehow, the video/camera selector switch around the start/stop button got switched over to the video mode and I didn't realize it until after I took quite a few pics of my granddaughter. The pictures turned out pretty grainy and not at all robust like normal. Does the camera record the picture in lower quality settings in video mode? I thought there was something wrong with my camera until I noticed it was in video mode. When my wife was reviewing the pics, she said your older camera took better pictures than this. Has anyone ever experienced this before? :rolleyes:




  
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Jan 05, 2017 16:30 |  #15575

Quick trip down the local Cenotaph and Wall of Remembrance tonight


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Jan 05, 2017 21:21 |  #15576

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Jan 06, 2017 22:30 |  #15577

Ch1kenhawk wrote in post #18233946 (external link)
I am a 70D newbie. I've had a T5 for a couple years, but have never really gotten out of automatic mode. I purchased a 70D crash course video and am trying to learn my way around this new 70D. I do have a question, though. Don't laugh. Somehow, the video/camera selector switch around the start/stop button got switched over to the video mode and I didn't realize it until after I took quite a few pics of my granddaughter. The pictures turned out pretty grainy and not at all robust like normal. Does the camera record the picture in lower quality settings in video mode? I thought there was something wrong with my camera until I noticed it was in video mode. When my wife was reviewing the pics, she said your older camera took better pictures than this. Has anyone ever experienced this before? :rolleyes:

Welcome to the forum!
My 2 cents, the video quality and pictures taken under this setting won't be any different, if your main settings on the camera where taken with your ISO to high the video and the picture will look grainy, was the video/pictures were taken in low light? double check your settings on the camera mode to make sure you are recording at 1080p , also it seems to me you are using live mode to take pictures, I would definitely stop.. and start using the viewfinder unless you are using it for video.Hope that helps and hope someone else chime in.




  
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Jan 07, 2017 03:35 |  #15578

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Jan 07, 2017 08:40 |  #15579

Ch1kenhawk wrote in post #18233946 (external link)
Somehow, the video/camera selector switch around the start/stop button got switched over to the video mode and I didn't realize it until after I took quite a few pics of my granddaughter. The pictures turned out pretty grainy and not at all robust like normal. Does the camera record the picture in lower quality settings in video mode? I thought there was something wrong with my camera until I noticed it was in video mode. When my wife was reviewing the pics, she said your older camera took better pictures than this.

I thought an image was recorded in a lower resolution (maybe that was the 60D) - However page 261 in the 70D manual states an image is recorded in the same resolution as already set in your camera.

HOWEVER - I find the chart a little vague - and I don't know how you can have the same image quality for an image while shooting 1920x1080 VERSUS shooting 640v480 ???!


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Jan 07, 2017 09:11 |  #15580

I propose that we need the EXIF data to aid in making a determination of the problem. :)




  
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Jan 07, 2017 22:00 |  #15581

Have just received a Tamron 150-600 G2 and tried out a few images before the frigid cold hit "on the slope" at my home -- I got this lens for dog sports and hunt testing, but tried it out with my 70D -- it is too long for my back acreage with scrub oak -- the first head shot was at 450mm and the dog running was at 600mm -- both SOOC -- just thought I'd share these initial unprocessed images. I am hoping t his lens proves solid at the longer distances I'll need at hunt tests, tracking tests, and training. EDIT: Note these are hand held just walking out in the back area and taking candids.
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Jan 08, 2017 03:18 |  #15582

A pair from sunrise this morning, one from right in the town centre and the other from over the nearby marshes and river

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The Misty Marshes

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Jan 08, 2017 03:21 |  #15583

jabtas wrote in post #18237306 (external link)
A pair from sunrise this morning, one from right in the town centre and the other from over the nearby marshes and river

Sunrise At the Infinity Bridge

The Misty Marshes
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Very nice Tim.


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Jan 08, 2017 03:39 |  #15584

Thanks
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Jan 08, 2017 14:33 |  #15585

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