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Apr 07, 2019 16:13 |  #3691

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Hi!

I used to be a member here a very long time ago, so long ago I can't even remember my old info, it was back in the 5dmkii days! For some reason I just fell away from things but recently I was browsing this thread because I was looking to upgrade my 5dmkii (I still have that puppy!) And naturally the eosr was on my mind as the RP and 5dmkiv.

After lurking this thread for a bit (actually I think I had my mind made up before this lurking starting) I opted to blow my tax return on the R.

This is one of the first images (a JPEG since I didn't have dpp updated yet) and converted to black and white and cropped. Shot indoors at I think iso 1600 with the adapted Canon 35mm f/2 is. The second pic of the cat sitting up was at 300mm f/4l is because why not lol. I understand exposed the second shot big time. I did notice a couple white holes (I'm assuming hot pixels from the pushing and higher iso).

First impressions of the camera is very positive, I was able to just pick it up and pretty much go.

It did have a bit of a different feel too it, especially reviewing images in the viewfinder.

I haven't had the chance to take the camera out in the wild yet.

The reason for opting the R over th smaller RP was, while I thought the RP would be good mostly for my photography (I have a small interested in video) I thought the batteries in the RP would be too small and I suspected I would fell cramped with it, meaning no room to grow, kind of like my 5dmkii. It's a usable camera for sure but lacking some things and updates, hence the new purchase.

I thought the R would give me expandability should I opt to use it.

Anyway enough rambling I guess.

So far, I like the R!
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The first one, especially, is wonderful. Do please keep posting!


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Apr 07, 2019 17:12 |  #3692

One nagging question I've had pertaining to the R and ef glass, now while I know there is an expensive RF mount 50mm f/1.2 I've wondered how the ef mount 1.2 lens does with the mirror less bodies and adapter. I've tossed the idea around for a very long time to snag the 50L (ef) but heard it's sharpness and focus shift leaves a lot to be desired for it's price.

How is the ef 50mm ef 1.2L on the R (or RP?) I could deal with "artistically soft"




  
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Apr 07, 2019 19:00 |  #3693

wxjef wrote in post #18841935 (external link)
One nagging question I've had pertaining to the R and ef glass, now while I know there is an expensive RF mount 50mm f/1.2 I've wondered how the ef mount 1.2 lens does with the mirror less bodies and adapter. I've tossed the idea around for a very long time to snag the 50L (ef) but heard it's sharpness and focus shift leaves a lot to be desired for it's price.

How is the ef 50mm ef 1.2L on the R (or RP?) I could deal with "artistically soft"

I have basically never really seen a post that didn't say adapted glass is as good or better on the R than it was on any other camera. Having nothing but EF glass so far, I have to agree. It's as good or better on the R than any other Canon DSLR I own or have owned.




  
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Apr 07, 2019 19:16 |  #3694

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Just wondering why using the phrase "it is much sharper on Smugmug": This image that you embedded here IS coming to your browser screen from Smugmug :)

Pekka, thanks for asking. It made me investigate further.

The preview and 4K version on Smugmug are sharp. But when I get the BB code for the max size allowed it is soft. I just compared the X3 on both and it is soft on both. So maybe I need to use the preview size for the forum? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

It isn't obvious with color shots.

PS: I tried other sizes with the same results. If I click on the glasses icon it shows the preview size and it looks sharp, just like the preview image does on the Smugmug site. Apparently it just doesn't look sharp using any of the BB code links.


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Apr 07, 2019 21:33 |  #3695

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Apr 07, 2019 22:31 |  #3696

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Apr 08, 2019 07:11 |  #3697

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will june make the opener this year. I heard they got clobbered.Grant will be to the brim again and Rush creek wil be useless until September  :p

I'll take a drive up next weekend and see what it looks like. More snow forecasted later this week. Stop the madness.


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Apr 08, 2019 09:26 |  #3698

C Scott IV wrote in post #18841982 (external link)
Pekka, thanks for asking. It made me investigate further.

The preview and 4K version on Smugmug are sharp. But when I get the BB code for the max size allowed it is soft. I just compared the X3 on both and it is soft on both. So maybe I need to use the preview size for the forum? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

It isn't obvious with color shots.

PS: I tried other sizes with the same results. If I click on the glasses icon it shows the preview size and it looks sharp, just like the preview image does on the Smugmug site. Apparently it just doesn't look sharp using any of the BB code links.

One person's "looking sharp" is another person's "egregious aliasing".

It is a harsh reality of imaging that there is no good way to resize a low-MP image by a small amount, without critical losses and trade-offs. There's no such thing as a 1.0MP image being resized to 0.5MP, and looking like it is the same, regarding microdetail. There must be artifacts of either the soft or the acute variety.

If you want to dictate exactly how the image is presented to the viewer, then you must do it at a size that the web software will not alter. You still have no control, of course, about what browsers and software and displays do to it beyond that. That is one of the big problems with discrete pixels, with the low MP counts that we use; people try to defend them and say that we already have enough resolution in our cameras and displays, but we clearly don't, as we suffer artifacts like the one you are complaining about. It is part and parcel of the reality of low densities that they artifact images and artifact them even more when you resample.




  
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Apr 08, 2019 11:18 |  #3699

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Love the tones Isaac !


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Apr 08, 2019 11:39 |  #3700

This character helped me test lights at a wedding this weekend. It was in a fairground room with a garage type door in full view behind.


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Apr 08, 2019 11:43 |  #3701

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This character helped me test lights at a wedding this weekend. It was in a fairground room with a garage type door in full view behind.


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Apr 08, 2019 13:14 |  #3702

I have jumped into the EOS R world! And so far I love it. One question... ( for now lol). No matter what mode I try , I can not get the electronic level to come up.. in the EVF , or live view... what am I doing wrong?

also... a couple first shots with it...


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Apr 08, 2019 13:40 |  #3703

On my EOS R I have it set to come up when I press "Info." In the settings, you can change which overlays are accessible when "Info" is pressed.

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Apr 08, 2019 14:05 |  #3704

Mine is also one of 4 views with the info button.


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Apr 08, 2019 15:55 |  #3705

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Love the tones Isaac !

Thank you, i am glad to hear that as i am messing with some settings in LR. I am feeling these tones as well. :-)


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