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Oct 09, 2017 10:03 |  #3796

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A few from this past weekend's ride:

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Oct 09, 2017 12:48 |  #3797

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Nice pics of some beautiful landscape...
Question... how do you transport your equipment on your bike. I have an st1300 with sidebags/panniers, but I am concerned about vibration damaging sensitive parts of my lenses mostly. I have foam to make the panniers into hardshell camera cases but am still nervous of damage. I usually ride 6-10 hours on a good day so a backpack isnt really a viable option.
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Oct 09, 2017 15:11 |  #3798

A few shots from a recent trip to Loch Chon in the Trossachs region.

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Oct 09, 2017 15:46 as a reply to  @ Golden Hunter's post |  #3799

Thanks! I pack the DSLR in a small Think Tank holster-style bag, and put it either in my canvas tail bag (for easy access), usually with some towels or other soft stuff around it. Or, if it's pouring rain, I'll put the holster bag in one of my bike's hard cases, again surrounded with towels or something to keep it from banging around. I'd be more concerned about vibration if I was out riding in the dirt than on the highway, though vibration may be a concern. Haven't had any issues that I'm aware of, thankfully.


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Oct 09, 2017 21:42 |  #3800

What a day! I took my daughter and her friend out to the West Fork Trail in Sedona, AZ. We left Mesa at 5:15am and made to to the trail head by 8am. I wanted to get there early before the parking lot filled up. And it was 7.5 miles of bliss. Now that's a Monday!


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Oct 09, 2017 21:53 |  #3801

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Thanks! I pack the DSLR in a small Think Tank holster-style bag, and put it either in my canvas tail bag (for easy access), usually with some towels or other soft stuff around it. Or, if it's pouring rain, I'll put the holster bag in one of my bike's hard cases, again surrounded with towels or something to keep it from banging around. I'd be more concerned about vibration if I was out riding in the dirt than on the highway, though vibration may be a concern. Haven't had any issues that I'm aware of, thankfully.

I have thought of the option of a smaller bag with cushioning like you describe as well. Sounds like that is what I will do.
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Oct 09, 2017 22:15 |  #3802

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What a day! I took my daughter and her friend out to the West Fork Trail in Sedona, AZ. We left Mesa at 5:15am and made to to the trail head by 8am. I wanted to get there early before the parking lot filled up. And it was 7.5 miles of bliss. Now that's a Monday!


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The photo of the girls is brilliant! The light and color are first rate!! As is the background separation.


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Oct 09, 2017 23:56 as a reply to  @ edmidlifecrisis's post |  #3803

Thank you. That shot wasn’t planned, but I was smart enough to use the 70-200 to get that separation. Plus being in the shade helped. No harsh light.


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Oct 10, 2017 08:40 |  #3804

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Oct 10, 2017 09:21 |  #3807

I don't often shoot directly into the sun but I'm happy with the detail recovery. This is a pool shot of our recent trip to Virginia Beach:

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Oct 10, 2017 10:05 |  #3808

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Oct 10, 2017 14:18 |  #3809

Hi all. I must stop reading about this camera!!

A couple of questions as I struggle on by with my old mark iii...;-)a...

For those upgrading from the mark iii, has anyone noticed the larger files having a significant effect on computer performance, processing speed?

AV mode, bounced speedlite, auto ISO; the mark iii defaulted to 400, will the mark 4 select between 400 to 1600?

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Oct 10, 2017 15:56 |  #3810

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Hi all. I must stop reading about this camera!!

A couple of questions as I struggle on by with my old mark iii...;-)a...

For those upgrading from the mark iii, has anyone noticed the larger files having a significant effect on computer performance, processing speed?

AV mode, bounced speedlite, auto ISO; the mark iii defaulted to 400, will the mark 4 select between 400 to 1600?

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I really enjoyed struggling with my old 5D3 :-) I thought I would but I was surprised there was not a huge noticeable difference. The crop power you gain is well worth it.

I have shot a lot of flash with all my bodies but never used Auto ISO and especially for flash but that is just me. It is not a function of the body but the flash system itself. For the pre-flash to work correctly the system needs to know 3 settings - aperture, shutter speed and ISO so this is why it defaults to 400. Not sure if they made any changes to the 5D4 but I can't see it and I think this was talked about somewhere else.

I have a theory as to why 400. When I took lighting courses the standard bases settings were 1/160, f8 and ISO 400. I think Canon just adopted that. I think the same may apply to why when you turn or raise the flash head the zoom defaults to 50mm. Back in the day when you purchased an SLR the standard lens was 50mm. So just an old base value. I could be wrong but I have not found any other reason for it.


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