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Oct 26, 2018 15:08 |  #166

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Wow

from images i am seeing pop up, this new 24-105 is very very impressive. How close to a straight off files are these images. these are excellent. Just wondering how much post you have out into the files

Thanks for all the comments folks, I appreciate them.:-)

Here is a full res 1200x675 pixel crop from the Raw CR3 file, unprocessed. Hand held but elbows resting on our wheelie bin.:-)

The original processed shots had the following applied:

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Topaz AI Clear (Low) noise reduction via Topaz Studio.

I am very pleased and impressed with the NR/Sharpening in Topaz AI Clear.:-)

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Oct 26, 2018 17:58 |  #167

I read a review on B&H today saying that the EOS R doesn't have a built in electronic level that shows your camera is level. Is that true? I've been using the level in my 7D and 80D religiosly since 2011 and am quite fond of it.

Edit: Just read the specs on usa.canon.com. It lists electronic level in the EVF section but not in the live view section. So the question stands.


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Oct 26, 2018 18:07 |  #168

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I read a review on B&H today saying that the EOS R doesn't have a built in level. Is that true? I've been using the level in my 7D and 80D religiosly since 2011 and am quite fond of it.

Edit: Just read the specs on usa.canon.com. It lists electronic level in the EVF section but not in the live view section. So the question stands.

Appears to be a misinformed individual?

page 202 in the owners manual

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Oct 26, 2018 18:13 |  #169

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Appears to be a misinformed individual?

page 202 in the owners manual

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Thanks for the quick response. I was actually referring to the level display so you can see if the camera is level. Sorry for the confusion.


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Oct 26, 2018 18:21 as a reply to  @ C Scott IV's post |  #170

It has a level in both live view and EVF.




  
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Oct 26, 2018 19:16 |  #171

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It has a level in both live view and EVF.

You can toggle it on or off with the Info button.


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Oct 26, 2018 20:54 |  #172

John_T wrote in post #18737306 (external link)
You can toggle it on or off with the Info button.

samueli wrote in post #18737277 (external link)
It has a level in both live view and EVF.

Thank you both. I really thought it would.

I'm seriously considering this even though I don't actually need it.


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Oct 26, 2018 21:40 |  #173

nardes wrote in post #18737126 (external link)
Thanks for all the comments folks, I appreciate them.:-)

Here is a full res 1200x675 pixel crop from the Raw CR3 file, unprocessed. Hand held but elbows resting on our wheelie bin.:-)

The original processed shots had the following applied:

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I am very pleased and impressed with the NR/Sharpening in Topaz AI Clear.:-)

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I almost ordered this lens tonight, but having two zooms covering 24mm to 200mm, I opted for the RF 50mm 1.2

Will order on Monday. The body and lens have been set aside. Just found that the control ring adapter may take a week or so to get or even purchase. The body and lens will come from Portland down here to southern Oregon. So maybe next weekend I will have a sample or two to share.


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Oct 26, 2018 22:15 as a reply to  @ mdvaden's post |  #174

Mdvaden: Congratulations on your decision. Looking forward to some samples


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Oct 27, 2018 01:27 |  #175

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Yup

cant wait to see a 100L macro on the sensor

Same specimen with Canon 100mm F2.8L IS Macro, hand held with OCF.

Manual Mode, 1/200 sec, F11, ISO100, Spot AF Centre Point.

As expected, being a dedicated macro lens, the 100mm F2.8 L is a stellar performer.

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Oct 27, 2018 02:49 |  #176

Ok everyone these are the wifi "backups" while testing.. Its super snappy transfering the files. I was able to open them in Snapseed all i did was lift the exposure a little bit and these are my results using this function. Now my question is, is there any setting to automatically download the images to my phone. As of now it is just a reflection of our SD card and not really stored on the phone (android) or Canon app. I have to pic the pictures i want then download to the phones memory. I wish this happened automatically which would make it a true "backup" as the images are actually being stored in another "storage device" if you will .. Not sure if you guys follow what i am saying... -? If there is no Wifi, you cannot access the pics because they are not being saved directly in the phone. What would happen if there is an SD failure? How are you going to access the files if it was not automatically saved in to our phones. Again this may be a setting that i am not seeing...

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Oct 27, 2018 03:13 |  #177

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Ok everyone these are the wifi "backups" while testing.. Its super snappy transfering the files. I was able to open them in Snapseed all i did was lift the exposure a little bit and these are my results using this function. Now my question is, is there any setting to automatically download the images to my phone. As of now it is just a reflection of our SD card and not really stored on the phone (android) or Canon app. I have to pic the pictures i want then download to the phones memory. I wish this happened automatically which would make it a true "backup" as the images are actually being stored in another "storage device" if you will .. Not sure if you guys follow what i am saying... -? If there is no Wifi, you cannot access the pics because they are not being saved directly in the phone. What would happen if there is an SD failure? How are you going to access the files if it was not automatically saved in to our phones. Again this may be a setting that i am not seeing...

but here they are

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The EOS R User Guide on Pages 444 and 446 indicate that you can transfer shots to a Smartphone automatically as they are taken.

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Oct 27, 2018 03:50 |  #178

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Curious if you're still swearing. Is the expectation to use the DPAD instead of "touchscreen active while using viewfinder"? I missed a few good shots last night because of nose interference and the focus point was in a top corner instead of the subject.

swearing has abated (well, mostly!), needed a bit of searching, but came up with needing to disable the touchscreen apart from the top-right quadrant.

The idea is that while at eye-level, you can use the screen with your right thumb to move the AF point around in that quadrant if you need to, but avoid your nose picking stuff at random (excuse the TF baiting expression)

stupidly, the default setting is leave all the touchscreen active at least on the M5, and I can imagine thousands of users getting very, very annoyed with this. Could be they expect you to read the manual from cover to cover a million times to work out where you went wrong, but I'm picking lots of folks would give up way before they found the cure.


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Oct 27, 2018 03:57 as a reply to  @ nardes's post |  #179

AHA! let me try this now.. i need to learn how to read manuals :-P Thank you


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Oct 27, 2018 04:13 |  #180

Thank you Dennis works like a charm


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