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Mar 03, 2012 22:53 |  #4741

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hi have had my 60d for about a month now and wondering if anyone can help me can you change the iso settings in landscape mode for night shooting have changed it in auto but when i go to landscape the iso is still very high i use landscape mode for nights as well still takes a good shot but iso is to high


Try to learn the M(manual mode)... no one here uses in-cameras Landscape Mode.

You can do it if you really want.


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Mar 03, 2012 23:03 |  #4742

1Tanker wrote in post #14017838 (external link)
Yes, it's safe Randy. Doesn't work with 60D though. :mad:

Sure it does. Mine has about 4800 on it, worked perfectly.


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Mar 03, 2012 23:08 |  #4743

Well this is offically a bad night. Went out to walk my dogs and noticed a cable loose by my garage door...looked up, spring broken. Well that's not good. Of course, I am on-call too so if there is an issue that requires me to go in I have to be able to leave my house, and there is no way to lift the dead weight of my insulated garage door. So I call a service company, and they got a guy out in about an hour and half...long story short, the idiots who built my house did a bum job of it and because of that the rest of of the opening parts of the door (bearings, rollers, etc) were all damaged too...and repeat that for my 3rd car bay. The total for the night? $1278. I could have bought such a nice lens for that...

Homeownership is an endless money pit.


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Mar 03, 2012 23:28 |  #4744

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Ohh, that does look nasty, sorry to hear that! Does that scratch affect the pictures? I can't really tell from the picture, but I've seen people sell lenses with scratches that say that it doesn't affect the pictures, etc.

Random scratches on the front element don't usually affect photos. It's more of a 'ouch' kind of moment, more than anything else.



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Mar 03, 2012 23:29 |  #4745

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By the way, nice shots!

Thanks, man. BTW, second shot was after the scratch on the front element. As you can see, no effect.



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Mar 03, 2012 23:30 |  #4746

Keyan wrote in post #14017970 (external link)
Well this is offically a bad night. Went out to walk my dogs and noticed a cable loose by my garage door...looked up, spring broken. Well that's not good. Of course, I am on-call too so if there is an issue that requires me to go in I have to be able to leave my house, and there is no way to lift the dead weight of my insulated garage door. So I call a service company, and they got a guy out in about an hour and half...long story short, the idiots who built my house did a bum job of it and because of that the rest of of the opening parts of the door (bearings, rollers, etc) were all damaged too...and repeat that for my 3rd car bay. The total for the night? $1278. I could have bought such a nice lens for that...

Homeownership is an endless money pit.

Life. Kids. Spouses. They are ALL money sinks :) Been there, dealing with it.



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Mar 03, 2012 23:43 |  #4747

Str0ntium wrote in post #14018083 (external link)
Life. Kids. Spouses. They are ALL money sinks :) Been there, dealing with it.

Spouses get even more expensive when you don't want them to be spouses an longer. :rolleyes::rolleyes:




  
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Mar 03, 2012 23:52 |  #4748

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Spouses get even more expensive when you don't want them to be spouses an longer. :rolleyes::rolleyes:

That's where I'm coming from :D



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Mar 04, 2012 00:51 |  #4749

Keyan wrote in post #14017970 (external link)
Well this is offically a bad night. Went out to walk my dogs and noticed a cable loose by my garage door...looked up, spring broken. Well that's not good. Of course, I am on-call too so if there is an issue that requires me to go in I have to be able to leave my house, and there is no way to lift the dead weight of my insulated garage door. So I call a service company, and they got a guy out in about an hour and half...long story short, the idiots who built my house did a bum job of it and because of that the rest of of the opening parts of the door (bearings, rollers, etc) were all damaged too...and repeat that for my 3rd car bay. The total for the night? $1278. I could have bought such a nice lens for that...

Homeownership is an endless money pit.

Bummer.. home warranty long past?


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Mar 04, 2012 01:11 |  #4750

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Mar 04, 2012 01:18 |  #4751

iresq wrote in post #14018131 (external link)
Spouses get even more expensive when you don't want them to be spouses an longer. :rolleyes::rolleyes:

Man your not wrong there. I'm sure my ex won't be happy till she has bled me dry :lol:


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Mar 04, 2012 03:34 |  #4752

rhandzz wrote in post #14017884 (external link)
thanks bro.. well maybe I'm lucky. i tried it with my 60D.. I have 7k+ clicks hehe:lol: :lol: same as the Canon serice gave to me :) yesterday.

It does state D60 on the site, worked for me too, 11 k and counting, oopsy:oops:




  
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Mar 04, 2012 04:00 |  #4753

rhandzz wrote in post #14017884 (external link)
thanks bro.. well maybe I'm lucky. i tried it with my 60D.. I have 7k+ clicks hehe:lol: :lol: same as the Canon serice gave to me :) yesterday.

Oh sorry Randy.. it didn't work before on my T2i,or XS...or 60D.. but did on my 1D II.
What OS and browser are you guys using? Sounds like i might have to log into my XP machine, for 32bit. and use IE.:mad: Judging by my folder #'s, i'm at ~19k. Will try and get it done on EOS


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Mar 04, 2012 04:38 |  #4754

Awesome Benz shot Jay!

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Mar 04, 2012 04:39 as a reply to  @ 1Tanker's post |  #4755

Ok..got it to work in XP with IE 8.

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T2i - 53,556 :o
XS.. no read
1D II.. no read.


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