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Nov 17, 2018 13:59 |  #796

Trout Bum wrote in post #18752953 (external link)
I have LR6, the last legacy- Adobe isn't doing anymore updates to those versions. They want you to go CC. I just import them as .dng's.
Not sure I understand all the dislike for that option. If Canon's software is so superior for image processing, I guess my standards are just too low.
I need the file management that LR provides as well.

I too use nothing but lightroom.. But I've taken to moving the files off the card onto an external hard drive manually, got tired of lightroom messing with my file structor.


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Nov 17, 2018 14:05 |  #797

IT is annoying that I can't use my main machine for these EOS R CR3 files. Resorted to installing Lightroom CC on my Surface Go, which isn't ideal for batch editing...


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Nov 17, 2018 14:09 |  #798

Nismode wrote in post #18753023 (external link)
IT is annoying that I can't use my main machine for these EOS R CR3 files. Resorted to installing Lightroom CC on my Surface Go, which isn't ideal for batch editing...

We waited for an eternity for support when the 7DII was released.. Processing is 50% of the finished image these days in this hobby we all indulge in. I see it as a necessary evil. Letting the software rule your camera choice is not the right answer either.


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Nov 17, 2018 16:26 |  #799

tigerotor77w wrote in post #18753014 (external link)
...if the EOS R really isn't going to allow me to stick with software I am comfortable with and don't need to have a fixed expense each month to use).

Just so it's clear, you can still use your legacy LR if you're willing to convert your files using Adobe's free DNG converter (which can be used in or out of LR).

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Letting the software rule your camera choice is not the right answer either.

Right- Hopefully no one thinks that's a necessary consideration.


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Nov 17, 2018 16:51 |  #800

Pondrader wrote in post #18753017 (external link)
I too use nothing but lightroom.. But I've taken to moving the files off the card onto an external hard drive manually, got tired of lightroom messing with my file structor.

Thanks, I should start moving files manually. LightRoom doesn't follow Windows File conventions well and I'm always seem to be putting them in the wrong place.




  
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Nov 17, 2018 17:39 |  #801

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Thanks, I should start moving files manually. LightRoom doesn't follow Windows File conventions well and I'm always seem to be putting them in the wrong place.

I know... its frustrating !! I just make a folder and drag the lot in there now. then import from there... No more file miss location...


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Nov 17, 2018 20:24 |  #802

Couple more of my daughter.

Second one is using a Streaklight AD360.


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Nov 17, 2018 21:37 |  #803

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Can we talk about an elephant in the room that I haven't seen anybody speak about yet?

Canon is actually charging $1 more for the bundle of the 24-105 v. buying the components separately. Insult to injury enough in and of itself, but don't they usually substantially discount the bundled lens when bundled? I mean after all, isn't that the incentive to buy the bundle to begin with??? I get that it's all probably because it's a new lens line, but this is certainly going to "give" at some point, right?

I'm just not sure there's enough incentive here to buy the RF version. I have a 24-105L and I have to buy an adapter anyway. You would think they would incent buying the bundle but alas, here we are.


I noticed the same thing and thought what was the point of going with the kit then?

It seems though that most places are including the lens adapter when you buy the kit, so that makes up for it some. Interesting to note mine came separate in regular retail packaging so may change in future.

Deals on the kit can be had though, check cpricewatch.com that’s how I got mine.


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Nov 17, 2018 21:48 |  #804

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Couple more of my daughter.

Second one is using a Streaklight AD360.
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These look exceptional.

I went back to the other two to see what lens, but what lens were you using?

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I noticed the same thing and thought what was the point of going with the kit then?

What's the point?

How about not being able to buy the lens by itself until December?

On another note ...

For those chatting about LIGHTROOM ... if the conversation is not specific to the EOS R (THREAD topic), how about starting another thread elsewhere in an appropriate section. The type of files in the EOS R may be worthy of their own thread anyway, since there will probably be more bodies needing the same sort of adapting. You could build and entire thread, then whenever someone mentions the files again and Lightroom here, all it takes is a quick link to a concentrate of solutions.


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Nov 18, 2018 03:28 |  #805

Right now I can get the EOS R for 2149, which includes a free adapter. Do you think it will get any cheaper than that as it gets closer to Black Friday?



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Nov 18, 2018 06:52 as a reply to  @ tim1970's post |  #806

Everything going cheaper with a time. After a year, the R will cost 1500 or less. You want wait or want a camera ? ;)
2100 w adapter - its good price for now.


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Nov 18, 2018 08:20 |  #807

mdvaden wrote in post #18753237 (external link)
For those chatting about LIGHTROOM ... if the conversation is not specific to the EOS R, how about starting another thread elsewhere in an appropriate section. The type of filess in the EOS R may be worthy of their own thread anyway, since there will probably be more bodies needing the same sort of adapting.


I believe we just got...... shushed.... Interesting


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Nov 18, 2018 10:20 |  #808

Pondrader wrote in post #18753464 (external link)
I believe we just got...... shushed.... Interesting

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Nov 18, 2018 13:36 |  #809

mdvaden wrote in post #18753237 (external link)
For those chatting about LIGHTROOM ... if the conversation is not specific to the EOS R (THREAD topic), how about starting another thread elsewhere in an appropriate section.

I was responding to and trying to clarify a member's question specific to the EOS-R and LR, and followed up to be sure my response was understood.
I'll try to keep my future posts on the R in line with your specific interests.

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Nov 18, 2018 13:40 |  #810

Trout Bum wrote in post #18753644 (external link)
I was responding to and trying to clarify a member's question specific to the EOS-R and LR, and followed up to be sure my response was understood.
I'll try to keep my future posts on the R in line with your specific interests.

:rolleyes:

lol.... The forum is all about answering questions Mark... :-D


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