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Nov 05, 2014 21:59 |  #1171

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Nov 05, 2014 22:05 |  #1172

ppmax wrote in post #17254935 (external link)
What CF cards are people using with this camera? I read a review on Amazon by someone using the Komputerbay 128gb 1066x who said he was getting 45 raw shots before the buffer started slowing things down.

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I'll tell you what I do know when it comes to memory cards. Don't cheese out on unfamiliar brands like that. There's nothing worse than losing all your images because you bought a no-name brand!




  
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Nov 05, 2014 22:13 |  #1173

Dsilly wrote in post #17255024 (external link)
I'll tell you what I do know when it comes to memory cards. Don't cheese out on unfamiliar brands like that. There's nothing worse than losing all your images because you bought a no-name brand!

True, though even name brand ones can fail. I had 3x Lexar cards die on me years ago when I had an XT and a 30D. I switched to SanDisk (and for a while, some Ridata ones, before Ridata was bought out) and have never looked back--and hesitate to try Lexar again after losing those images.


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Nov 05, 2014 22:26 |  #1174

I had memory cards that crap out on me also on all major brands, Transcend, Lexar, Sandisk. Don't have Samsung yet. But in the most case, I haven't have one that I use for shooting pictures that I can't recover most of the pictures just yet. Yes, that read I have lost a few pictures(out of hundreds) that way before, and it was on Lexar also.




  
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Nov 05, 2014 23:27 |  #1175

It is no Oscar worthy film, but for those who might want to hear the shutter at full tilt compared to the 70D:

https://www.flickr.com …61744772@N06/15​722227335/ (external link)


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Nov 05, 2014 23:38 |  #1176

Keyan wrote in post #17255131 (external link)
It is no Oscar worthy film, but for those who might want to hear the shutter at full tilt compared to the 70D:

https://www.flickr.com …61744772@N06/15​722227335/ (external link)

That shutter sound is almost same as 1D3, did you hear the shutter of 1DX? ;)


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Nov 06, 2014 01:56 |  #1177

Tareq wrote in post #17255139 (external link)
That shutter sound is almost same as 1D3, did you hear the shutter of 1DX? ;)

Ahh yes, the unmistakable sound of the 1DX. The same sound I have to endure off the togs at games next to me, all going like Blanes minigun in Predator. I almost feel like I'm pulling out a cocktail sausage in the bathroom of a porn convention when I rattle off a few at 6.5 fps.




  
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Nov 06, 2014 02:05 |  #1178

Paulstw wrote in post #17255234 (external link)
Ahh yes, the unmistakable sound of the 1DX. The same sound I have to endure off the togs at games next to me, all going like Blanes minigun in Predator. I almost feel like I'm pulling out a cocktail sausage in the bathroom of a porn convention when I rattle off a few at 6.5 fps.

hehehehe, time for 1DX :lol: ;)


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Nov 06, 2014 02:17 |  #1179

Tareq wrote in post #17255241 (external link)
hehehehe, time for 1DX :lol: ;)

http://youtu.be/715Lzv​95ypM (external link)

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Nov 06, 2014 02:44 |  #1180

Thats not for me, i have this camera longer than 1 year and i was shooting soccer games and firing away the shutter even more than in this video, send it to others of "upcoming 7DII" buyers ;)


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Nov 06, 2014 03:50 |  #1181

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Certainly let me know if you have new raws added to the dropbox folder. Here is your version next to mine, mine is more noisy, but I have found that what I leave behind is a good mix that seems to disappear in a print, but leaves all the detail behind. If you would like, go look at noiseware community, it is a free version and gives you just enough to play with for a different way to remove noise. I use it in different doses on each color channel with my action. The 7D2 only requires running it twice, once on the green channel, and then once on the rgb channel after cleaning up other artifacts on the red, green, and blue channels using other PS actions.

It seems that the 7D2 is pretty close to the 7D at lower ISOs, but I am very familiar with ISO 12800 and higher on the 7D, it would seem to me that the 7D2 holds the noise together better at 12800+. This is very encouraging for me, as so far, I have been underwhelmed by just the ISO differences between the 7D2 and 7D to this point. 5 years later, I was hoping for something a bit better. However if 12800 and above can clean up better, that is good for me. 12800 required a very aggressive CG Denoiser action on the 7D, and took a while. I am not running the same level of aggressive steps here.

This agrees with what I found looking at the image resource samples, the ISO 128000 had more noise at higher line frequencies.


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Nov 06, 2014 04:11 |  #1182

A few more shots, wandering around in my front yard and just the other side of the road while trying to clear my head, and using the chance to get more familiar with the camera. I thought they came out OK.

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Nov 06, 2014 06:45 |  #1183

Bokeh Cellphone Selfies...

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Nov 06, 2014 07:10 |  #1184

Are you Castle? :lol:

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Nov 06, 2014 07:48 |  #1185

TeamSpeed wrote in post #17253385 (external link)
Go to dslrcontroller.com, all the details and flash firmware is there. Any canon that has live view capabilities should be able to work with this, but there might be a few exceptions.

DSLR Dashboard is clunky but free, DSLR Controller is a paid app, but easier to use. Depending on which app you use, you will need a different firmware flash to the router.

Thank you! I now have wireless control over my 7D :) and is working great! :)




  
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