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"Scene modes" in 5D and 1D

 
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Jun 16, 2007 08:27 |  #1
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Are these scene modes "portrait" and "landscape" the same as the landscape and portrait settings on a 30D or a 350D?

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Jun 16, 2007 12:14 |  #2

bobthefish wrote in post #3386870 (external link)
Are these scene modes "portrait" and "landscape" the same as the landscape and portrait settings on a 30D or a 350D?

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5D doesn't have those modes...only creative modes.




  
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Jun 16, 2007 12:23 |  #3

Nicksan,

I think that Bob is refering to the 5D Picture Styles - Faithful, Monochrome, Standard, Portrait, Landscape, Neutral, etc.

I don't have my 350D to hand, so I can't check what settings it has.

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Jun 16, 2007 12:27 |  #4

philb10 wrote in post #3387652 (external link)
Nicksan,

I think that Bob is refering to the 5D Picture Styles - Faithful, Monochrome, Standard, Portrait, Landscape, Neutral, etc.

I don't have my 350D to hand, so I can't check what settings it has.

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Ah, OK, my bad...I believe they are the same then...at least the names.




  
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Jun 16, 2007 12:29 |  #5

350D and 1D/1D II use Parameters.
30D, 5D and 1D IIN/III use Picture Styles.

5D and 1 series do not have Scene Modes.


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Thanks all!

Does anyone know if they modes/styles have the same effect on the 5D as on the 350D? Does portrait have the same effect on the data the camera takes in on both cameras?




  
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Jun 16, 2007 18:12 |  #7

The 350D doesn't have Picture Styles. You'd need to apply them via DPP in post-processing RAW, in which case they'd be the same as those from the 5D in PP.


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Jun 16, 2007 18:14 |  #8

bobthefish wrote in post #3388804 (external link)
Thanks all!

Does anyone know if they modes/styles have the same effect on the 5D as on the 350D? Does portrait have the same effect on the data the camera takes in on both cameras?

Portrait mode on the 350D is a basic mode that tells the camera to prioritize a larger aperture over a fast shutter speed.

Portrait style picture mode in the 5D sets specific in camera parameters for sharpening, contrast, saturation and hue.

These are two different things altogether.

The 350D Portrait Mode may also modify in camera parameters, but I have no idea if they're anything like what the 5D would set.

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thanks Mark!




  
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