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Dec 03, 2017 20:41 as a reply to  @ post 18507715 |  #8341

$200 for the shoe & $520 for the laces. What a waste of money :rolleyes:




  
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Dec 03, 2017 22:05 |  #8342

susitna wrote in post #18509932 (external link)
$200 for the shoe & $520 for the laces. What a waste of money :rolleyes:

Not if the resale value on the secondary market is $1,200+ ... Lol...  :p :-P


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Dec 06, 2017 08:10 |  #8343

AnnieMacD wrote in post #18368190 (external link)
Have you upgraded, Mark?

I discovered to my cost that the 1DX is not downpour-proof. After 50 mins of heavy rain it packed in and would not trip the shutter. However, after a good dry-out, it's back to normal and now has a brand-new Aquatech rain coat! (What a pain to use though.)

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The canon rain covers work very well and are very quick and simple to use. I have them in all sizes S,M L. I really like them.
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They come with a nice carrying case and are very compact and weigh nothing. Perfect to pack and always have with you.


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Dec 06, 2017 11:15 |  #8344

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Did a quick photoshoot with my niece during our family vacay at Matira Resort in Bora Bora last June... The water was warm, shallow, and calm during her shoot... 1DX + 50L... Lee 105mm CPL and Lee 0.6 Soft Edge GND Filter (stacked)... ISO 50, f/2 @ 1/2500sec... All natural light, of course...

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Dec 13, 2017 18:18 |  #8345

dtufino wrote in post #18502332 (external link)
ISO 1600 with just a street lamp... :-)

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I want to buy 1dx in spring/summer(depends on the business, haha) in UK(Im from Czechia), there I can buy it for some nice money compared to the used ones in CZE. All I am hesitating/considering how it will perform in low light. I gather some semipro/pro results with iso1600 and above because sometimes I need to deliver good results in low light - natural light and my 5Dc is not good from 800 and above. What I can see here is really good. However, the lamp casts some nice light. The noise gets tricky in shadows and certain color of the shadows. I hope 1dx will be a good choice.

By the way I looked on your portfolio - great job :-)


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Dec 13, 2017 19:34 as a reply to  @ MartinCapal's post |  #8346

"Noise" is a very personal thing, how much you can live with may be very different to what others are happy with. For what it's worth I shoot wildlife with long lenses and I don't worry at ISO 6400 or less. A friend of mine using the same camera will happily use ISO 12800 - but he uses Noise Reduction software.

Certainly if you stay at ISO 3200 or below I don't think you will have isues with the 1DX.


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Dec 22, 2017 13:00 |  #8347

Hi folks, hoping someone can advise me re my memory card

Ive bought a Sandisk 64gb CF card, formatted it in the camera and it only shows 370 shots available , yet according to the Sandisk sight it should be more like 1000+.

I went out on a shoot today and filled it up, got home and transferred the images onto my computer yet they only come to 7.63gb

any suggestions or help appreciated

update to this.......... re formatted the card in camera and it now shows 1854 shots available, but when I put a second card in slot 2 it then drops to 380, the second card is a 4gb card, in the camera settings I've got the camera to display from card one. If I set the camera to record separately to the two cards with the second card as jpeg the counter drops to 370, if I set the camera to record functionality standard then it goes back to 1854, if I set it as auto switch card it again shows 1854 Any ideas whats going on ?


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Dec 22, 2017 13:05 |  #8348

rather pleased with this one, aperture could of done with being slightly wider to get whiskers sharper


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Dec 22, 2017 15:53 |  #8349

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You mean narrower aperture?


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Dec 22, 2017 18:33 as a reply to  @ mungo's post |  #8350

not sure I totally understand what you are describing but it sounds like you are limited by the smallest card in the camera when you are trying to do something that involves both cards at the same time --- and I think that is exactly how it should work.


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Dec 23, 2017 03:42 |  #8351

jwcdds wrote in post #18524192 (external link)
You mean narrower aperture?

oops yes thats what I meant :rolleyes:


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Dec 23, 2017 03:44 |  #8352

mikeearly wrote in post #18524285 (external link)
not sure I totally understand what you are describing but it sounds like you are limited by the smallest card in the camera when you are trying to do something that involves both cards at the same time --- and I think that is exactly how it should work.

That would make sense with the issues I'm having, best I buy another 64gb card for the second slot, as its rather inconvenient not to be able to see the true amount of activations you have left on card one


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Dec 26, 2017 13:46 |  #8354

mungo wrote in post #18524096 (external link)
Hi folks, hoping someone can advise me re my memory card

Ive bought a Sandisk 64gb CF card, formatted it in the camera and it only shows 370 shots available , yet according to the Sandisk sight it should be more like 1000+.

I went out on a shoot today and filled it up, got home and transferred the images onto my computer yet they only come to 7.63gb

any suggestions or help appreciated

update to this.......... re formatted the card in camera and it now shows 1854 shots available, but when I put a second card in slot 2 it then drops to 380, the second card is a 4gb card, in the camera settings I've got the camera to display from card one. If I set the camera to record separately to the two cards with the second card as jpeg the counter drops to 370, if I set the camera to record functionality standard then it goes back to 1854, if I set it as auto switch card it again shows 1854 Any ideas whats going on ?

I have been told, that the camera automatically set the speed and capacity after the slowest card, so either use two equally good cards or only one card in the camera at the time...! It were said under PRO-sales introduktion to the camera some years ago and I donĀ“t know if that issue is solved by firmware updates..., but personally I use two equally good cards...




  
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Dec 26, 2017 14:31 |  #8355

It's been a while since I posted here so far 1DX is awesome and loving it, used it on 22Dec with Bald Eagles and did not disappoint. It is really a fantastic camera.


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