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Nov 10, 2012 18:34 |  #541


yes and with out a reflector to boot :)

it was a partly cloudy day which worked out quite well :)

btw guys i just picked up a brand new 5d mk ii for $1500 and there is a huge difference in clarity of noise in the images even at iso 100 which surprised me. the pictures ive been taking with the 5D mk II just seem to pop! even with out post...interesting... hmm

the t4i is still a good camera especially if you have really good post stills :P




  
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Nov 10, 2012 21:14 |  #542

Egor wrote in post #15230532 (external link)
The thing is that it happened only once in approx. 500-600 shots and the camera made normal pics after this. Another issue is that in the preview on a camera the picture is normal, this block appears only on a PC (Lightroom, PS, Picasa etc.), so I'm thinking its a transfer issue?

How are you transferring the data? Using eos utility? Popping the memory card into the computer? Could the cable or USB system on the computer have issues?


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Nov 11, 2012 08:53 |  #543

^^ or not formatting the card in the camera... It could also be caused by a low quality card, or using the wrong type of card.. For example, you should use a SD card, not a micro SD card in an adapter- for example.. Personally, I'd go with a reputable brand- like Lexar or Sandisk, and class 10 and nothing less ... I would refrain from buying online- unless from a reputable dealer- because there are counterfeit cards out there- and they might prove problematic.


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Nov 11, 2012 09:24 |  #544

wayne.robbins wrote in post #15232609 (external link)
^^ or not formatting the card in the camera... It could also be caused by a low quality card, or using the wrong type of card.. For example, you should use a SD card, not a micro SD card in an adapter- for example.. Personally, I'd go with a reputable brand- like Lexar or Sandisk, and class 10 and nothing less ... I would refrain from buying online- unless from a reputable dealer- because there are counterfeit cards out there- and they might prove problematic.

These are excellent points. Would be very interested to know which brand card you are using and whether it was formatted within the camera. Thanks for sharing this info.


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Nov 11, 2012 17:06 |  #545

I've seen posts here on POTN- about attempting to use micro SD cards- somewhere... I thought it was here.. Regardless- if one tries it - to save $10- I'm positive that someone else will try it too. Some will probably swear that they are / can be using them- I'd be unlucky enough that if I tried- it'd melt down the camera... The rest- is back to basics..


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Nov 11, 2012 17:09 |  #546
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I use a 32gb micro sd and it works fine


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Nov 11, 2012 17:29 |  #547

Mackeral wrote in post #15234094 (external link)
I use a 32gb micro sd and it works fine

No it doesn't. Admit it. :D




  
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Nov 11, 2012 17:48 |  #548

kenshap wrote in post #15231419 (external link)
How are you transferring the data? Using eos utility? Popping the memory card into the computer? Could the cable or USB system on the computer have issues?

wayne.robbins wrote in post #15232609 (external link)
^^ or not formatting the card in the camera... It could also be caused by a low quality card, or using the wrong type of card.. For example, you should use a SD card, not a micro SD card in an adapter- for example.. Personally, I'd go with a reputable brand- like Lexar or Sandisk, and class 10 and nothing less ... I would refrain from buying online- unless from a reputable dealer- because there are counterfeit cards out there- and they might prove problematic.

Guys, I transfer through a cable via Windows Explorer, not EOS utility. Then just add pics to a Lightroom library.
I've got a Sandisk SDHC Ultra 16Gb Class 10 from Amazon, so that shouldnt be a problem.

I havent formatted the card before the first use though. I have now, so lets see how it goes.

Thanks for comments!




  
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Nov 11, 2012 21:45 as a reply to  @ post 15200900 |  #549

Shot at 1600 ISO (while watching the Broncos beat the Panthers) -



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Nov 12, 2012 09:20 |  #550

Egor wrote in post #15234211 (external link)
Guys, I transfer through a cable via Windows Explorer, not EOS utility. Then just add pics to a Lightroom library.
I've got a Sandisk SDHC Ultra 16Gb Class 10 from Amazon, so that shouldnt be a problem.

I havent formatted the card before the first use though. I have now, so lets see how it goes.

Thanks for comments!

Yeah, formatting the card in the camera is one thing that should definitely be tried.. Be aware that sometimes- and I say sometimes, transferring a card formatted in one camera model- might have issues if it is transferred to another model ( CF or SD ).

Generally speaking, it's a good idea to format the card rather than deleting the pictures on it to make room.. I tend to format my card after I pull the pics off from them.. Deleting them usually is more work- even if you delete them all- it's more writes to the card- and can leave the file system fragmented.


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Nov 12, 2012 22:05 |  #551

With a 15-85 with and without flash.


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Nov 13, 2012 16:06 |  #552

wayne.robbins wrote in post #15236311 (external link)
Yeah, formatting the card in the camera is one thing that should definitely be tried.. Be aware that sometimes- and I say sometimes, transferring a card formatted in one camera model- might have issues if it is transferred to another model ( CF or SD ).

Generally speaking, it's a good idea to format the card rather than deleting the pictures on it to make room.. I tend to format my card after I pull the pics off from them.. Deleting them usually is more work- even if you delete them all- it's more writes to the card- and can leave the file system fragmented.

Good point, thanks!
As for now, I made 100-200 shots after formatting the card, and it all seems fine.




  
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Nov 14, 2012 04:05 |  #553

.Good morning,everybody !!
I,m from Croatia,and i just boted this camera last month.For now I,m using kit lanse.This is some of my photos.

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Nov 14, 2012 04:26 as a reply to  @ Egor's post |  #554

..some more photos :

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Nov 14, 2012 10:45 |  #555

Welcome to POTN and congrats on the T4i.
Croatia - beautiful country, I've always wanted to go there. I'm originally from Hungary...


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