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Sep 08, 2019 14:04 |  #32641

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Yep....That's it! I guess I have always had the e-Front Curtain shutter on and only heard one click. Should I turn it off? Is that how all the cool kids shoot?
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Cory, for shutter speeds faster than 1/1000 EFCS affects the bokeh in a negative way. Other than that it’s fine. I’ve started either shooting fully electronic (no bokeh issues but risk of rolling shutter) or full mechanical (no efcs), mainly because I keep forgetting to turn it off when over 1/1000

If you want to keep it simple though just turn it on. I used it on for years


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Sep 08, 2019 14:14 |  #32642

LeeRatters wrote in post #18923632 (external link)
Mine was always on until the bokeh issues at high shutter speeds at f/1.2 etc on the CV40

So now it's off.


xpfloyd wrote in post #18923634 (external link)
Cory, for shutter speeds faster than 1/1000 EFCS affects the bokeh in a negative way. Other than that it’s fine. I’ve started either shooting fully electronic (no bokeh issues but risk of rolling shutter) or full mechanical (no efcs), mainly because I keep forgetting to turn it off when over 1/1000

If you want to keep it simple though just turn it on. I used it on for years


Thanks guys! I'll play with it. I do shoot a lot over 1/1000 with wide apertures. I think I'll keep it off for a while and see how it goes. I don't mind the double click, it was just different. Being the control freak I am I wouldn't have slept until I figured out why. Thanks!

BTW...the tracking on this camera is a total game changer! I'm super stoked. Ned to decide if I'm gonna sell the 6500. Better do it sooner than later cause it won't be worth anything in a year or so.


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Sep 08, 2019 16:07 |  #32643

Picked up one of these today for backing up files on the road...
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I had another drive that I use but it has gone AWOL...


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Sep 08, 2019 16:43 |  #32644

In the busier part of the Hoh Rainforest, to avoid having people in my images, I had to focus on using the longer lenses...looking for little patches of light or interesting things. These Nurse Logs are massive ancient trees that have fallen and had new trees grow out of them...this one had at least 4 growing from its trunk.

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Sep 08, 2019 16:46 |  #32645

TRhoads wrote in post #18923692 (external link)
Picked up one of these today for backing up files on the road...
https://www.amazon.com …id=pla-420088094826&psc=1 (external link)

I had another drive that I use but it has gone AWOL...

Good price! The same drive on amazon uk is £200


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Sep 08, 2019 16:51 |  #32646

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Good price! The same drive on amazon uk is £200

yeah, over here that drive normally is $349...so that is almost $200 off...and SSD to go with it..


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Sep 08, 2019 19:49 |  #32647

Went to Midland, TX to paint live at a wedding and saw this windmill blade on a truck...mind boggling, especially when you realize that the windmill on the left is really close to the road.
And woke up to a gorgeous sunrise. Shot through a very dirty hotel window and stitched 3 shots. The other one is a single shot.

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Sep 08, 2019 20:12 |  #32648

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Sep 08, 2019 20:58 |  #32649

Elk rut is in full swing at Pt. Reyes. Loving the 200-600.

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Sep 08, 2019 21:41 |  #32650

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Looks good. I am renting that lens for our elk rut in a couple weeks.


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Sep 09, 2019 01:57 |  #32651

Light Painting of one of the 19 mural paintings of Shane Grammer. Shane was born and grew up in Paradise, Ca. His house was also one of the unfortunate homes who got burnt down into ashes during the Camp Fire last year.

With an invitation and teachings of Don Campbell, a photography professor of Butte College, I was lucky enough to had photographed one of the last 2 masterpieces out of 19 that Shane painted around the said devastated town.

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Sep 09, 2019 04:56 |  #32652

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Went to Midland, TX to paint live at a wedding and saw this windmill blade on a truck...mind boggling, especially when you realize that the windmill on the left is really close to the road.
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Sep 09, 2019 06:05 |  #32653

I spent some time editing yesterday. Another of the TSE images, 3 images, landscape orientation, full shift each directions.


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Sep 09, 2019 14:17 |  #32654

itsallart wrote in post #18923779 (external link)
Went to Midland, TX to paint live at a wedding and saw this windmill blade on a truck...mind boggling, especially when you realize that the windmill on the left is really close to the road.
And woke up to a gorgeous sunrise. Shot through a very dirty hotel window and stitched 3 shots. The other one is a single shot.

What a beautiful but strange sky in that first one! :)

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Awesome Travis. I just don't know where to look first!

This was from holiday. Again along the Jurassic Coast at Durdle Door. I just happened to turn my back on the coastline for a single shot.....

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Sep 09, 2019 14:21 |  #32655

Mountain layers

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