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May 15, 2018 18:21 |  #4906

Gotta like Spring migration and the arrival of Warblers in Nova Scotia for some challenging targets. Northern Parula and Black-Throated Blue Warbler.


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May 15, 2018 20:30 |  #4907

After much chin scratching I purchased a second 5d4 for my paid work. I also went full tilt geek and got one of those Black Rapid double straps. I felt that shooting weddings is such a responsibility that the smart and right thing to do was duplicate my main camera in case one goes pear shaped or I drop one in the ocean or something.

I decided not to cheap out and get a 5d3 as a second camera or wait until the mirrorless option or go over to the Sony with an adapter. To me the 5d4 is the perfect event camera. The files look so good out of camera I do not have to do much at all to get them to print level. Post processing 5d4 files are a pleasure.

I had a brief relationship with the Nikon d800e. I don't get that camera. The files come out green and skin has too much Magenta. I must be doing something wrong as some of the photographer I greatly admire are Nikon Ambassadors and their photos look incredible.

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May 15, 2018 22:25 |  #4908

George Zip wrote in post #18626444 (external link)
After much chin scratching I purchased a second 5d4 for my paid work. I also went full tilt geek and got one of those Black Rapid double straps. I felt that shooting weddings is such a responsibility that the smart and right thing to do was duplicate my main camera in case one goes pear shaped or I drop one in the ocean or something.

I decided not to cheap out and get a 5d3 as a second camera or wait until the mirrorless option or go over to the Sony with an adapter. To me the 5d4 is the perfect event camera. The files look so good out of camera I do not have to do much at all to get them to print level. Post processing 5d4 files are a pleasure.

I had a brief relationship with the Nikon d800e. I don't get that camera. The files come out green and skin has too much Magenta. I must be doing something wrong as some of the photographer I greatly admire are Nikon Ambassadors and their photos look incredible.

Anyway.... onward and upward

You would need one battery grip!


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May 16, 2018 00:28 |  #4909

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May 16, 2018 02:41 |  #4910

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Wow - that is quite a punchy, dramatic shot - taken!:-)

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May 16, 2018 03:43 |  #4911

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You would need one battery grip!

I’m not really into grips... I like them for simply how they feel in the hand and make the camera a bit bigger.

I just carry an extra battery and I always seem to forget to use the shutter on the grip in portrait mode. Which is kind of lame really




  
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May 16, 2018 10:47 as a reply to  @ George Zip's post |  #4912

Agreed. Spare battery in the pocket = cheaper/less weight than a grip, especially if you're out the entire day doing hand held shots.




  
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May 16, 2018 15:19 |  #4913

nardes wrote in post #18626573 (external link)
Wow - that is quite a punchy, dramatic shot - taken!:-)

Cheers

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Thank you very much Dennis...I appreciate the nice compliment.


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May 16, 2018 22:24 |  #4914

Had another chance to get out with my waterhousing this morning. Winds were a little off so it wasn't very clean, but I was able to scrounge up a few shots.

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May 17, 2018 01:27 |  #4915

George Zip wrote in post #18626587 (external link)
I’m not really into grips... I like them for simply how they feel in the hand and make the camera a bit bigger.

I just carry an extra battery and I always seem to forget to use the shutter on the grip in portrait mode. Which is kind of lame really

I see. I find using grips to shoot verticals less straining on the wrist than turning my right hand.


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May 17, 2018 04:26 |  #4916

Ah-keong wrote in post #18627076 (external link)
I see. I find using grips to shoot verticals less straining on the wrist than turning my right hand.

I find that the grip actually is easier on the hand ( even if I only shoot horizontally ) I think it is because I have somewhere for my pinky to live.

I just want to spend another 600 for just that. Plus they start getting heavy as the day wears on. Especially as I have a flash on all day as well.




  
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May 17, 2018 09:50 |  #4917

George Zip wrote in post #18627115 (external link)
I find that the grip actually is easier on the hand ( even if I only shoot horizontally ) I think it is because I have somewhere for my pinky to live.

I just want to spend another 600 for just that. Plus they start getting heavy as the day wears on. Especially as I have a flash on all day as well.

I think if you have larger sized hands like me the gripped body is more comfortable to hold. At least I find it to be. The price you pay is the added weight and bulk (for transport).

I go back and forth depending on the situation. Sometimes I don't want the extra bulk and weight and won't use it (which is most of the time).

I have grips for all my Canon bodies. I got the 5DIV grip for a good price from a friend who got it in a 5DIV package deal and didn't want it. I've already used it and am glad I have it now.


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May 17, 2018 14:16 |  #4918

yeamans17 wrote in post #18627012 (external link)
Had another chance to get out with my waterhousing this morning. Winds were a little off so it wasn't very clean, but I was able to scrounge up a few shots.

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So when youre out there, is your camera in waterproof housing?


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May 17, 2018 18:30 as a reply to  @ amairphoto's post |  #4919

Yes, I used to have an SPL housing but I would consider it an upgrade moving to Aquatech. https://aquatech.net (external link)




  
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May 17, 2018 20:06 |  #4920

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