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Aug 24, 2017 07:47 |  #3526

graham121 wrote in post #18435727 (external link)
Sure is possible George,

In menu 1.1 (camera icon option 1) 'Image quality' select both raw and the size of jpg you want AND
In menu 1.1 (Spanner icon option 1) 'Record func + card/folder sel.' select ;REcord Func. to Rec. to multiple

You will then see RAW = selected jpg size going to card 1 and card 2

Hope that helps

Thats awesome. Thank you so much.

I need to shoot Raw and Jpeg for some work I am doing. I need some Jpeg small files to dump on a computer and upload and do some other stuff very quickly, I just would not have time (or computer speed) to deal with raw files in real time.

I'm too paranoid to shoot to only one card for each format.

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Aug 24, 2017 12:35 |  #3527

Random bts from a shoot I did this morning

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Aug 24, 2017 14:05 |  #3528

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Aug 24, 2017 18:38 |  #3529

Three from yesterday's trip up Ben More with my two pesky Beagles. The weather was terrific as I reached the last 30 minutes of the walk up, but the clouds blew in very shortly after I hit the summit. So... it stays on the todo list, which is a shame because it's a blummin' long walk.

1. Pleasant forest bit at the bottom

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2. Biggles poses heriocally
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3. Pano of the trig point as the clouds move in

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Aug 24, 2017 19:16 |  #3530

That last shot is epic.


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Aug 24, 2017 21:31 |  #3531

DonJuanMair wrote in post #18436207 (external link)
That last shot is epic.

Thanks - it looked pretty drab in color but got a lot better with a mono treatment. The top of that hill has huge photographic potential - lots of dramatic rock formations. I'm going to have to revisit it in more stable weather.


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Aug 24, 2017 22:47 as a reply to  @ GammyKnee's post |  #3532

Was it difficult to reach?


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Aug 24, 2017 23:28 |  #3533

people from ireland are borth into filthy spoiled landscapes...

I need to visit scotland so I can walk around with a stiffy the entire time


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Aug 25, 2017 01:28 |  #3535

GammyKnee wrote in post #18436185 (external link)
Three from yesterday's trip up Ben More with my two pesky Beagles. The weather was terrific as I reached the last 30 minutes of the walk up, but the clouds blew in very shortly after I hit the summit. So... it stays on the todo list, which is a shame because it's a blummin' long walk.

1. Pleasant forest bit at the bottom
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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/Xrsy​2U  (external link)
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2. Biggles poses heriocally
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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/XYmt​So  (external link) 5D4_5256 (external link) by Paul Roberts (external link), on Flickr

3. Pano of the trig point as the clouds move in
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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/XMw2​iJ  (external link)
Ben More Trig Pano [5D4_5306] (external link) by Paul Roberts (external link), on Flickr

I like the Biggles shot. I am not into landscapes much, but I love them when there is a living element in them like that one :) Cool shot




  
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Aug 25, 2017 01:28 |  #3536


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Aug 25, 2017 05:14 |  #3537

DonJuanMair wrote in post #18436367 (external link)
Was it difficult to reach?

The route I used was about 13km long; the forestry bit was great and the hill itself was great, but there was a loooong stretch of boggy field in between them which got old really fast (especially on the way back). There's a shorter version with a more aggressive profile but it runs the risk of going through unfenced cattle; not viable with my two Beagles.


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Aug 25, 2017 05:16 |  #3538

Talley wrote in post #18436388 (external link)
people from ireland are borth into filthy spoiled landscapes...

I need to visit scotland so I can walk around with a stiffy the entire time

Just take care you don't frighten the sheep :)


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Aug 25, 2017 05:21 |  #3539

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Love the ears on this one :love:


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Aug 25, 2017 11:21 |  #3540

I am handholding my 7D Mark II and EF500mm for 2 months now, but with 5D4 I would like get back on using tripod when I am out shooting (wildlife, birds etc ;)) 90% I stay focus on my subject but sometimes there are 2 or more subjects that fits in the frame, If I switch to Live view for perch subjects and by enabling the Dual pixel cmos AF system can I focus in 2 subjects or tap my screen on both to be in focus? Did I understand the dual pixel af correctly?


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