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Mar 07, 2021 18:00 |  #9122

I have and like my 5D IV only wish it had the reach and speed of the 90D, but wish the 90D had the 5DIV's AF. Between the two I feel I have a great system depending on what I am shooting. Birds at 200-300 yards 90D, birds up close 5D IV, general photography 5DIV

Anyhow how many people have decided to keep their 5D IV instead of upgrading to the R5? What I see is the advantages of the R5 are speed, silence, animal eye AF but for a hobbyist is it worth it?


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Mar 08, 2021 09:51 |  #9123

Jeff USN Photog 72-76 wrote in post #19205621 (external link)
I have and like my 5D IV only wish it had the reach and speed of the 90D, but wish the 90D had the 5DIV's AF. Between the two I feel I have a great system depending on what I am shooting. Birds at 200-300 yards 90D, birds up close 5D IV, general photography 5DIV

Anyhow how many people have decided to keep their 5D IV instead of upgrading to the R5? What I see is the advantages of the R5 are speed, silence, animal eye AF but for a hobbyist is it worth it?

I’ll definitely keep my 5D4, even if I upgrade to the R5.




  
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Mar 08, 2021 10:27 |  #9124

Remember the days when we shot film? I would think about the conditions I'd be shooting in, the subject, what I wanted the images to look like and how I'd process the film. Most of the time, I just wanted a box with a lens and I'd work it out myself. I replaced two 1Series bodies with two 5DIV's in Oct '18 as the R was announced and wasn't interested in a first generation system. Not that I won't go mirrorless in the future, I don't think my clients are interested in gear so much as me simply producing nice images and I have to run a profitable business.


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Mar 08, 2021 16:43 as a reply to  @ post 19200031 |  #9125

Ok, i have to ask-How did you get that shot? We were not allowed in there with cameras when we went.


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Mar 08, 2021 17:00 |  #9126

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Ok, i have to ask-How did you get that shot? We were not allowed in there with cameras when we went.

We had an early morning private tour before the museum opened (December 2019). There were three of us and our Italian guide. By the time we made is to the Sistine Chapel, there were maybe 75-85 people inside. There were minders watching us, but not too closely. I had my camera on a strap hanging on my shoulder. For the bottom photo (The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo), I went to the very middle of the chapel, stood there for a few minutes, pointed my camera up and took the photo. I wasn't the only person who did it. There was a young woman who was next to me and did the same. For the top image, I found a place to sit on the side and waited for a few minutes and took the photo. I know you're not supposed to take photos in there, but the opportunity arose, so I took it.




  
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Mar 08, 2021 17:28 |  #9127

You lucky dog. I was there in 1985 at 22 years old (thank you U.S. Army) and because we were holding cameras we were denied entry. No discussion, just please leave. So far I haven't been able to return and try again.


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We had an early morning private tour before the museum opened (December 2019). There were three of us and our Italian guide. By the time we made is to the Sistine Chapel, there were maybe 75-85 people inside. There were minders watching us, but not too closely. I had my camera on a strap hanging on my shoulder. For the bottom photo (The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo), I went to the very middle of the chapel, stood there for a few minutes, pointed my camera up and took the photo. I wasn't the only person who did it. There was a young woman who was next to me and did the same. For the top image, I found a place to sit on the side and waited for a few minutes and took the photo. I know you're not supposed to take photos in there, but the opportunity arose, so I took it.


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Mar 08, 2021 17:48 |  #9128

chuckmiller wrote in post #19206059 (external link)
You lucky dog. I was there in 1985 at 22 years old (thank you U.S. Army) and because we were holding cameras we were denied entry. No discussion, just please leave. So far I haven't been able to return and try again.

Yes, very lucky. And I was surprised the minders were so lenient letting tourists in with cameras slung over their shoulders. I was expecting to have to put it in my small backpack, but we lucked out.




  
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Mar 09, 2021 08:09 |  #9129

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Mar 09, 2021 10:27 |  #9130

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Mar 09, 2021 10:30 |  #9131

STOP taking my picture.

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Mar 10, 2021 07:15 |  #9133

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Mar 11, 2021 09:00 |  #9134

Just taken the plunge and treated myself to a new iMac after a good while of struggling to even open Photoshop and Lightroom on my seven-year-old previous Mac. The difference in speed is staggering. I've got 32Gb Ram on my new 27inch Mac, as opposed to only 8Gb on my old one. Setting up the new Mac was far less difficult than I had feared it would be, and I had to install Adobe on the new one, too. No problem. The frequent updates on Adobe were a nightmare on the old Mac. This new one is frighteningly fast. To try things out I delved into my back catalogue and came up with a couple here from last year. It's an absolute pleasure to work on the new machine compared to the stuttering headaches the previous, ageing Mac gave me. I know Apple have promised a new silicon chip Mac this year, but my advice would be if you think you desperately need a new Mac, as I did, get it now. The new silicon models will be tried and untested, according to all the research I did. This new Mac is incredible, not least with its Retina 5k screen. Resolution is stunning. I am seeing my old photos as I have never seen them before.


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Mar 11, 2021 16:53 |  #9135

Terrycanon wrote in post #19207185 (external link)
Just taken the plunge and treated myself to a new iMac after a good while of struggling to even open Photoshop and Lightroom on my seven-year-old previous Mac. The difference in speed is staggering. I've got 32Gb Ram on my new 27inch Mac, as opposed to only 8Gb on my old one. Setting up the new Mac was far less difficult than I had feared it would be, and I had to install Adobe on the new one, too. No problem. The frequent updates on Adobe were a nightmare on the old Mac. This new one is frighteningly fast. To try things out I delved into my back catalogue and came up with a couple here from last year. It's an absolute pleasure to work on the new machine compared to the stuttering headaches the previous, ageing Mac gave me. I know Apple have promised a new silicon chip Mac this year, but my advice would be if you think you desperately need a new Mac, as I did, get it now. The new silicon models will be tried and untested, according to all the research I did. This new Mac is incredible, not least with its Retina 5k screen. Resolution is stunning. I am seeing my old photos as I have never seen them before.
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Sounds great. I was eyeing the iMac at our local Best Buy just last weekend. We have a Lenovo AIO PC, and I was pondering what the transition from the PC world to the Mac world would be like.... I understand that you were going from one Apple computer to a new Apple computer, but wondering if you or others have experienced this transition.


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