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Mar 24, 2019 19:31 |  #3527

I am about a week late on posting this but here it is, Same shot one taken with EOS R and the other with my 5D4, same exact settings in Lightroom. The original photo is on my Flickr page if you want to see it un-edited. you can see the magenta cast is more present in the 5D4 file

*I just realized that they were shot with different lenses, I have an example with the same lens and all, just need to find it*

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Mar 24, 2019 19:58 |  #3528

The "ProMediaGear PLCR L-Bracket for Canon EOS-R Body" works well and allows full articulation of the screen even in portrait. The allen wrench is stored in the bracket so you can take it off or remove the vertical part wherever you are.


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Mar 24, 2019 20:08 |  #3529

And the way I use it most. No more taking it off the clamp to move the screen. With the brackets that don't have the offset I had to remove the camera to put the screen in this position in portrait. Then remove it again to put it back in the normal position.


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Mar 25, 2019 01:09 as a reply to  @ post 18834399 |  #3530

I looked very hard in all the boxes when I received the camera and I am pretty sure there wasn't any squirrels there. And I couldn't find them outside either. Must go out and look for them again...


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Mar 25, 2019 07:32 |  #3531

RoyOrbison wrote in post #18834614 (external link)
I looked very hard in all the boxes when I received the camera and I am pretty sure there wasn't any squirrels there. And I couldn't find them outside either. Must go out and look for them again...

You have to soak the box in water overnight. It is a dehydrated squirrel in a dryogenic state, like mail-order Sea Monkeys. Wait until the return period is over, because you need the box for an exchange or refund.




  
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Mar 25, 2019 08:34 |  #3532

white venom wrote in post #18834483 (external link)
I am about a week late on posting this but here it is, Same shot one taken with EOS R and the other with my 5D4, same exact settings in Lightroom. The original photo is on my Flickr page if you want to see it un-edited. you can see the magenta cast is more present in the 5D4 file

*I just realized that they were shot with different lenses, I have an example with the same lens and all, just need to find it*

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wow

if everything is the same then something is drastically wrong with that 5D4.....can you see the color cast that I see in these images. The 5D4 is very purple...did you have some type of filter on the lens


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Mar 25, 2019 08:47 |  #3533

I would like to hear what caused the color cast in the 5D4 image.

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... you can see the magenta cast is more present in the 5D4 file

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Mar 25, 2019 09:26 |  #3534

Also it was taken at a different aperture and thus different exposure. So this really isn't a very good direct comparison. I would like to see a direct comparison with the same lens and settings, though.


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Mar 25, 2019 09:30 |  #3535

CallumRD1 wrote in post #18834756 (external link)
Also it was taken at a different aperture and thus different exposure. So this really isn't a very good direct comparison. I would like to see a direct comparison with the same lens and settings, though.


still does not explain the cast.


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Mar 25, 2019 09:41 |  #3536

umphotography wrote in post #18834761 (external link)
still does not explain the cast.

Were they RAW or JPEGs? If JPEGs, were the Picture Styles the same?


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Mar 25, 2019 09:59 |  #3537

umphotography wrote in post #18834761 (external link)
still does not explain the cast.

I wasn't suggesting that it did. Just noting some additional differences between the two images that invalidates a direct, apples to apples comparison.


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Mar 25, 2019 11:01 |  #3538

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Mar 25, 2019 12:28 |  #3539

Couple of visitors to the feeder this morning.


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Mar 25, 2019 13:41 |  #3540

A couple from Texas, married at the Running Y Ranch in Southern Oregon.

I used the EOS R for this photo, and also used the 5DS and M5. This was my 2nd wedding with the EOS R. Shooting 3 bodies left near zero risk regarding potential card failure (which I've never had anyway). For the ceremony and reception I mounted 3 Phottix Odin triggers, one on each of the cameras.

For this wedding I decided to go with 3 bodies because the photos are indirectly connected to an outdoor show which the bride hosts. She mixes personal and show related photos on her social media.

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