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Jan 30, 2010 14:43 |  #1276

TaDa wrote in post #9505358 (external link)
They reset it on my old 1Ds when they replaced the shutter. They did not when they replaced it on my 5D. I'm pretty sure that it's a field that they can clear with their software.

I don't know about other bodies, I only asked about the MkIII.


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Jan 30, 2010 18:03 |  #1277

I don't think I've ever posted any shots in this thread. Never had any of the focus or tracking problems with my MKIII. EXIF is embedded on all shots.

Edit: Not sure why the 3 photo links are missing now. Will fix later tonight.


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Our dog Sarge, taken with a 17-40/f4

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Player for the Fort Wayne TinCaps. They are the Midwest League (Low A) affiliate of the San Diego Padres. Taken with a 400/2.8 in South Bend, IN.

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another one of the Big Dawg, taken with a 70-200/f2.8

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Tim Melville of the Burlington Bees. The Bees are the Midwest League affiliate of the Kansas City Royals. Taken with a 400/f2.8 in Geneva, IL.

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Jan 30, 2010 18:56 |  #1278

^ Excellent! The one of the big dawg made me laugh out loud. :)


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Jan 30, 2010 20:55 as a reply to  @ drisley's post |  #1279

Some more photo from 2010 Australian Open !

Canon 1D MK III with 300mm f2.8 IS USM lens

ISO 100, f2.8, 1/1000

What do you think?


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Jan 31, 2010 00:49 |  #1280

Not a fan of the crop personally, and it could be me but it looks out of focus.


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jdizzle wrote in post #9502252 (external link)
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Incredible shot. Love it!


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Jan 31, 2010 01:10 |  #1282

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Jan 31, 2010 01:54 |  #1283

Here are some mildly processed photos of my new 2001 Mustang.

All photos are handheld at iso800.
24-105mm F4 IS.

1.) Single exposure HDR using Photomatix Pro.

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2.) Was a bad photo before Linear, DPP editing and PS editing. :D
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3.) Shot out the garage door, nothing nice till editing.
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4.) Same photo as above but I wanted to see it as a burnt orange.
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5.) A nice close in shot of the fender that was again and unimpressive photo before editing.
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Jan 31, 2010 08:01 as a reply to  @ NeoTokyo's post |  #1284

Since I am a bird guy, well....White-crowned Sparrow

1D3, 400 5.6 + 1.4: handheld

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Jan 31, 2010 09:53 |  #1285

RGVphoto wrote in post #9508847 (external link)
Incredible shot. Love it!

Thanks RGV. :D




  
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Jan 31, 2010 09:54 |  #1286

^ Excellent contributions everyone.:)




  
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Jan 31, 2010 09:54 as a reply to  @ jdizzle's post |  #1287
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You all make me want a 1D III bad!




  
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Jan 31, 2010 10:05 |  #1288

Just some shots of my family from an unusual winter storm in NC... all taken with the mk3 and 70-200 f/2.8L IS:

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Jan 31, 2010 10:26 |  #1289

One thing I have noticed about my Mk3 over all other Canon bodies I have had, including the MkIIN, 40D, 7D and others is, those bodies all required some sort of exposure compensation to get a correctly exposed image. Not once could any of them correctly expose an image at +/-0. The Mk3 correctly exposes most images right at 0. I wonder if this is some sort of calibration thing the Mk3 got and none of the others ever did? Anyone else ever notice that? How do your Mk3's compare? Or did I just get lucky for once?


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Jan 31, 2010 10:36 |  #1290
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canonloader wrote in post #9510386 (external link)
One thing I have noticed about my Mk3 over all other Canon bodies I have had, including the MkIIN, 40D, 7D and others is, those bodies all required some sort of exposure compensation to get a correctly exposed image. Not once could any of them correctly expose an image at +/-0. The Mk3 correctly exposes most images right at 0. I wonder if this is some sort of calibration thing the Mk3 got and none of the others ever did? Anyone else ever notice that? How do your Mk3's compare? Or did I just get lucky for once?

The 1D III seems even more this way than my 1D II N.
But, I had almost the same experience with my 1D II N when I switched from my old Rebel XSi, 40D, and 5D original. The 1D was really ON for AWB and exposure (manual exposure mode). I'm just blown away with the ability to get colors right straight from the cam i usually don’t have to PP much at all. I could sped a hour on each photo with my 5D and only 15 mins on my 1D II N photos.

These are one reason I tell people using a 1D is a totally different experience, elevated.
I suggest the "light" meter / color meter in the camera is partly responsible for this, but I'm only guessing.




  
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