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Dec 09, 2017 01:40 |  #8596

Last from this gal. her name is Kayla.

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Dec 09, 2017 05:04 |  #8597

vinmunoz wrote in post #18513587 (external link)
ETTR is still the best though.
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i heard there's a shooting mode HIGHLIGHT PRIORITY. I think you can do +2 EC on Highlight Priority for an effective ETTR - i just read this though so not sure how effective


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Dec 09, 2017 05:05 |  #8598

joonrhee wrote in post #18513691 (external link)
Sorry for late response. I'm still recovering from a nasty cold..

First shot is with Loxia 21, Batis 85, and iPad mini 2 with case. Second shot includes the a7rii and Batis 25 attached.

I have no plans to carry the iPad mini but it fits. My purpose for this bag is to take with me on mini bike trips, with minimal gear. And I think this bag is intended for those purposes, as it only holds minimal amount of gear.
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thank you so much!!!! hope youre feeling better!!


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Dec 09, 2017 05:07 |  #8599

joonrhee wrote in post #18513692 (external link)
First one is with iPad mini which makes the bag bulge more. Second one is without the iPad mini, which I like.
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you think it can do an a7r3 with a 16-35 and an a7s with a 55 1.8? im thinking it wont fit which means i have to go to the 10L version

thanks again!!!


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Dec 09, 2017 05:42 |  #8600

ccp900 wrote in post #18513893 (external link)
i heard there's a shooting mode HIGHLIGHT PRIORITY. I think you can do +2 EC on Highlight Priority for an effective ETTR - i just read this though so not sure how effective

I'll check it out. thank you.


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Dec 09, 2017 05:52 |  #8601

ccp900 wrote in post #18513893 (external link)
i heard there's a shooting mode HIGHLIGHT PRIORITY. I think you can do +2 EC on Highlight Priority for an effective ETTR - i just read this though so not sure how effective

It’s a new way of doing the highlights trick in the a7rii. Basically on the a7rii you turn zebras on to 100 and set the exposure to the point where the zebras disappear. You then overexpose by 2 stops. In post you then fix the exposure. This minimises shadow noise and retains all highlights (people worked out all data was saved in the highlights up to this point)

Now in the a7riii there a new easier way of doing it using highlight priority. It’s a good system for landscapes


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Dec 09, 2017 08:11 |  #8602

DTBaan wrote in post #18513847 (external link)
very nice and sharp.

oh? do you get CA often? or just a few?

i gotta check my 70-200 gm shots. I love zeiss because it lacks CA.

having a uwa on ff is something I never had before. so this is exciting for me. :D

I haven’t noticed CA that much.




  
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Dec 09, 2017 08:25 |  #8603

a7rIII/a9 shooters....anyone ever use the recall custom hold toggles? I saw this setting on the a9 but sort of glossed over it, but its actually really useful.

You basically program a set of exposure and focus settings, and if you map a particularly recall custom hold setting to a button it will toggle those exposure settings and engage the AF with those settings.

I mapped my c4 button to a recall custom hold setting with a wide focus area, AF-C, and high continuous shooting...that way if I need to shoot something quickly on the fly and my AF point is locked in the wrong position, I can quickly hit C4 to start the AF with those settings. It basically becomes a third back button focus button (eye AF being the other) that overrides the AF selection and focuses wide when needed.

You can use these custom hold settings for things like SS, aperture, ISO...whatever you think you might need to quickly toggle on the fly.


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Dec 09, 2017 08:42 |  #8604

mystik610 wrote in post #18513956 (external link)
a7rIII/a9 shooters....anyone ever use the recall custom hold toggles? I saw this setting on the a9 but sort of glossed over it, but its actually really useful.

You basically program a set of exposure and focus settings, and if you map a particularly recall custom hold setting to a button it will toggle those exposure settings and engage the AF with those settings.

I mapped my c4 button to a recall custom hold setting with a wide focus area, AF-C, and high continuous shooting...that way if I need to shoot something quickly on the fly and my AF point is locked in the wrong position, I can quickly hit C4 to start the AF with those settings. It basically becomes a third back button focus button (eye AF being the other) that overrides the AF selection and focuses wide when needed.

You can use these custom hold settings for things like SS, aperture, ISO...whatever you think you might need to quickly toggle on the fly.

Sounds pretty cool. Is it not the same functionality you already get with the memory recall settings (1,2,m1,m2) Or is it an easier way of turning on and off?

Edit - just re-read what you wrote and realised it toggles the settings on and off. Thats really cool!!


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Dec 09, 2017 08:54 |  #8605

xpfloyd wrote in post #18513964 (external link)
Sounds pretty cool. Is it not the same functionality you already get with the memory recall settings (1,2,m1,m2) Or is it an easier way of turning on and off?

Edit - just re-read what you wrote and realised it toggles the settings on and off. Thats really cool!!

Yeah! Life saver because I've missed so many shots because my AF point was set to the wrong spot when something happened.

I just set my center control wheel button to a recall custom setting hold with a center lock-on AF point so I have that as an option now too.


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Dec 09, 2017 08:55 |  #8606

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another from the 24-105
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Subject isolation is really good at F4! Great set Vinz.


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Dec 09, 2017 09:29 |  #8607

Vin, those shots are excellent



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Dec 09, 2017 09:31 |  #8608

ccp900 wrote in post #18513895 (external link)
you think it can do an a7r3 with a 16-35 and an a7s with a 55 1.8? im thinking it wont fit which means i have to go to the 10L version

thanks again!!!

Hey glad to help. I only have 1 body so can't test it, but I definitely don't think it will hold 2 bodies with lenses attached. I would think you can fit an a7r3 with a 16-35, along with 2 smallish lenses. But that's about it. The bag really is not that big, and yes I think you are better off choosing the 10L.


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Dec 09, 2017 10:11 |  #8609

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Do you have a link where we can see it at full resolution Carlo? I'm very interested in this new feature in the a7rIII.

Gene, that particular photo wasn't really a good example since it was so dreary.

I just took another to try it out. Full resolution on flickr

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Dec 09, 2017 10:46 |  #8610

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Gene, that particular photo wasn't really a good example since it was so dreary.

I just took another to try it out. Full resolution on flickr

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Thanks for the full rez image Carlo. The shot is excellent and shows the details very well. Now I'm convinced I'll be getting the RIII as soon as they become available again...hopefully. :-)


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