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Jun 04, 2018 03:32 |  #17236

local fishing lake. took the fisheye and mavic drone for the day


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Jun 04, 2018 03:39 |  #17237

same local lake from above with mavic pro.wish the mav had adjustable aperture for nicer sun stars but cant complain to much for the size of it.


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Jun 04, 2018 05:53 |  #17238

Itsed65 wrote in post #18638670 (external link)
Like everything else with this camera, it almost felt like cheating. Panning was pretty easy and I got quite a few keepers.

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yeah, pans at normal shutter speed it just nails every frame in sequence. It does feel like cheating...


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Jun 04, 2018 05:54 |  #17239

Probably one of my favorites from sunset Saturday night...there were so many images made, but this one showed off the sunstar capabilities of the CV12. Edited using the new Lumenzia 6.0, mostly because I want to print it bigger, and don't want to risk inducing a little noise in the foreground.

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Jun 04, 2018 07:58 |  #17240

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I'm rotating my drives around, i just ordered a 1TB 860 EVO to replace the 500gb 850 and 840 that are my C: and D: drives (Used for programs, mainly games, both are practically fullish because the size of games is growing quickly, several newer titles are 100gb+) I'm retiring my antique 600gb 10,000rpm Velociraptor thats been my drive for photo editing/pictures/docum​ents/etc since its full and splitting it to the 850 and 840 (With photography/video going to the 850 and the 840 getting the rest of the stuff)

Then on top of that i have several other drives and multiple backups of all my photography and important things. More or less my game/program drive is designed to just get formatted and dumped in case of issues or problems cropping up with windows, bad drivers, or just any random stupid problem that i cant solve in a reasonable length of time (It takes me less time to reinstall windows and get back up and running than track down whats causing some odd unique random issue)

Its not nvme but TBH an nvme drive is twice the cost, its still an SSD and faster than my older ones besides.

And yeah, I'm really unhappy how im being treated with LR6.... It was the last version i purchased and probably the last time im giving Adobe money because i dislike subscriptions.

-edit- Also anyone else really hate when you end up in a cycle of upgrade/purchases... IE you bought a camera, now you need to upgrade your PC kinda deal... Yeesh I didnt get the R to avoid that (Because id have an excuse to buy a Threadripper..)

I also ordered a Sony 64gb UHS-II SD Card for my A7III from Amazon for $55. Price felt good.

I keep hoping ill get notice my A7III ships this week, im very excited. Anyone have a rough time frame on how fast they seem to be getting sent to dealers and stuff?

I wouldn't get anything else but a PCIe SSD for my main drive anymore. Most have 3,000GB/s transfer rates. Insanely fast.


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Jun 04, 2018 08:01 |  #17241

Hi everyone

ive been out recently busy with life but i saw that there was an update to the R3. I tried scanning the pages to see if there was any report but i might have missed it so any help will be appreciated

it's been more than 3 weeks now since the latest R3 FW update dropped - have you guys seen or heard of any issues? I havent updated mine and wanted to make sure that everything is a-ok

thanks for the help!


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Jun 04, 2018 08:36 |  #17242

I'm wanting an eyeglass eyecup piece and found one on ebay from China. Waiting to hear exactly what the material is. I was wondering if anyone knows of any others. Thanks.


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Jun 04, 2018 09:30 |  #17243

ccp900 wrote in post #18638863 (external link)
Hi everyone

ive been out recently busy with life but i saw that there was an update to the R3. I tried scanning the pages to see if there was any report but i might have missed it so any help will be appreciated

it's been more than 3 weeks now since the latest R3 FW update dropped - have you guys seen or heard of any issues? I havent updated mine and wanted to make sure that everything is a-ok

thanks for the help!

no issues so far.


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Jun 04, 2018 10:56 |  #17244

TRhoads wrote in post #18638812 (external link)
Probably one of my favorites from sunset Saturday night...there were so many images made, but this one showed off the sunstar capabilities of the CV12. Edited using the new Lumenzia 6.0, mostly because I want to print it bigger, and don't want to risk inducing a little noise in the foreground.
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Awesome view and shot Travis! Where was this taken? Is it close to ATL?




  
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Jun 04, 2018 11:17 |  #17245

digital_AM wrote in post #18638988 (external link)
Awesome view and shot Travis! Where was this taken? Is it close to ATL?

I think that’s from atop Grandfather Mountain, near the Blue Ridge Parkway.

I agree, it’s a beautiful image and great use of the CV 12mm!


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Jun 04, 2018 11:36 |  #17246

digital_AM wrote in post #18638988 (external link)
Awesome view and shot Travis! Where was this taken? Is it close to ATL?

Thanks! This was on top of Grandfather Mountain as David mentions...about 5 hours from ATL.

David Arbogast wrote in post #18639000 (external link)
I think that’s from atop Grandfather Mountain, near the Blue Ridge Parkway.

I agree, it’s a beautiful image and great use of the CV 12mm!

Thanks David. Yeah, the CV12 has its place in certain images, often it makes things look too small, but in this scene, it was the only way to get a lot of sky, a lot of foreground...and of course the awesome sunstar...I have considered adding a CV15 but just don't know if I need it...


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Jun 04, 2018 12:09 |  #17247

Another awesome weekend, another awesome river. This time it was the upper reaches of the EFSF Salmon. Small continuous stream with lots of action in the middle of nowhere!

Home for two days then off to the Selway! Woo Hoo! Getting it done this year!!

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Jun 04, 2018 12:51 |  #17248

David Arbogast wrote in post #18639000 (external link)
I think that’s from atop Grandfather Mountain, near the Blue Ridge Parkway.

I agree, it’s a beautiful image and great use of the CV 12mm!


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Thanks! This was on top of Grandfather Mountain as David mentions...about 5 hours from ATL.

Thanks David. Yeah, the CV12 has its place in certain images, often it makes things look too small, but in this scene, it was the only way to get a lot of sky, a lot of foreground...and of course the awesome sunstar...I have considered adding a CV15 but just don't know if I need it...

Thanks guys. I am planning to be back in Atlanta this August so I'm starting to scout out locations to shoot on my time off. 5 hours may be doable for a weekend trip. I would love to spend some time in the mountains.




  
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Jun 04, 2018 13:02 |  #17249

Wow....there are so many great shots posted in the last week or so! Too many to mention. Great job everyone!

Here are a few from the upper EFSF Salmon this past weekend. It was soooooo fun and pretty in there!

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Jun 04, 2018 13:39 |  #17250

Steptoe Butte in WA. Was over in Spokane for an antique show and this is an hour outside of Spokane which is four hours from Seattle.


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