Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway

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The diagonal of the 70D 22.5x15mm sensor is 27.04mm. The diagonal of the 700D 22.3x14.9mm sensor is 26.82mm. That's a difference of less than 1%. The smallest APS-C sensor Canon has released is 22.2x14.7mm (EOS 1100D/Rebel T3). The largest is 22.7x15.1mm. This sensor first appeared in the 10D which was introduced before the EF-S lens system. Further, EF-S ...


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I have the T4i and the 7Dii. I was going to get the 5Diii but got the 7Dii instead as it was the crop factor version of the 1Dx (as far as I was able to determine). There was a few features that I used all the time that I would have had to buy Add-Ons to get the 5Diii. The 7Dii gave those add-ons natively and with the 2k i saved, I also got the 24-70 f2.8. I ...


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You need: Some hot shoes adapters: https://www.google.com/search?q=flash+hot+shoe+adapter A splitter or two: https://www.google.com/search?q=flash+splitter and some cable: https://www.google.com.mx/search?q=flash+cable But honestly the radio recivers are very cheap, and you can use optical slave mode. P.S. Control, no, just fire them.


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For the price it's probably not worth getting fixed. They would probably replace the usb port. Which if your lucky they'll only charge 50 or 60 bucks. Then they'll check the screen and you'll be looking at more towards the 100 to 150 dollar range ( on the low end ) if the screen is bad. So at that point your better off with a new one. If you have any ...


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I would start by using a different memory card.


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There are variety of telescopic lens in the market. Its upto you to choose the best which suites your requirement and budget. Lens like Sigma 150-600mm, Sigma 70-300mm are very good for wildlife photography. Along with telescopic lens, one should also have a prime len for some amazing clarity and picture quality. Hope this help!


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You want the option with more strobes. For portraiture you can get away with one strobe. Maybe with a reflector for fill. But you are limited in what you can do with such a setup. If you want a white background for example, things can get complicated with no dedicated light for that. You could get a cheap speedlight for such occasions, but if mixing systems ...


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With some image stabiliser lenses this is normal. Just like when you hold the trigger half pressed, the IS keeps running. If the IS motors are audible, the noise will come from the lens continuously.


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it produces a continuous noise Even in direct contact with my ear, I could not hear any such noise on my unit. Visit a camera repair store familiar with Canon (preferably CPS) and let them have a look. not sure if it's coming from the body or the lens, though I suspect it's the lense You can activate LiveView without a lens attached if you have ...


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None. 200 mm is not enough for wildlife. Get the 100-400. If you insist on 70-200, the IS mk II is the best. The f/4 version is much lighter, cheaper and optically also very good, but wild animals are often best photographed around dusk and dawn and in otherwise bad light. So the 1 stop loss may cost you on sharpness and shadow detail. Yes, the 100-400 is ...


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The occasion for this purchase is a trip I'll soon take to shoot wildlife... Unless you plan on shooting exactly the same wildlife in exactly the same way when you get back home, I'd actually say that renting a Great White L for the trip makes more sense than purchasing one. What you shoot at home and what you shoot on vacation can differ drastically. ...


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I've been reading everything I could from all sorts of sites, but still can't make up my mind which one to go for This is the point where nobody can help you because it is your decision now. If you read everything, what else to read are you looking for? Rent one version of the lens and see how it works for you. If you are so scared of both buying the ...


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A lot depends on the situations you want to be prepared for. If you do your shooting during daylight, with generally more than enough light available, you don't need to drop the significant extra money to get 2.8 instead of 3.5 or 4.5. Even a running deer at 300 mm is easy to catch noise free with T=1/400 and f=4.5; if you have nice sunlight, you will end ...


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The Canon Err 99 is essentially their version of the Blue Screen of Death and simply rebooting may not fix it, but simply cleaning the contacts and rebooting is pretty much all you can do. It's their "unknown cause" error. To quote from the Canon Europe website description of the 99 error code: This is a general error that can occur because of several ...


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I've been using this lens for a few years now and I definitely have not had any problems with it. I like what I get from it.


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Exposure, well, if you're using green-box Auto, that's a risk you take, but if you're spot metering, as well as spot AF, chances could be you didn't aim where you thought you aimed. The lack of IS could be another issue, if you were used to having it on the 18-135. Increasing your shutter speed to at least 1/focal_length is a given, and you may want to ...


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If you buy a $1,200 lens expecting it to instantly improve your photographs by a factor of six over your $200 kit lens you're going to be severely disappointed every time. It is the photographer that takes pictures, not lenses. A better lens will only allow a photographer to take a better picture if the photographer's experience and skill level can take ...


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I can guess at two things that might be causing you to see less IQ with the new lens. 1) The widest aperture on your kit lens was 3.5, and you are not quite used to shooting at 2.8. The wider 2.8 aperture will definitely give you a "softer" look with the narrower depth of field. 2) The kit lens had IS and the new 24-70 MkII does not. Without seeing some ...


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A light-activated in-line switch could: 1. prevent the event sequence until the subject is illuminated; 2. ensure that the subject is illuminated.


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I have used camera info v1.2 writen by Magic_h200. The utility is great to retrieve some info. The more interesting was the shutter count. My utility is based on, with a access to edit owner, artist and copyright text. You can also synchronise the date/time of the canera within the local time on pc. I am Mourad Mkhakh the author of this tool. This is the new ...


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No, you can't. To quote from v5.0 of The Other YN-622C User Guide II, page 20: The Canon YN-622C is NOT compatible with the Nikon YN-622N. The camera codes are not the same. This actually makes sense when you consider the completely different pin/contact arrangement on the hotshoe and the inevitable differences in signal protocols. The only way I ...


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The whole point of Tv mode is that you don't adjust the aperture; the camera meters the scene and calculates the aperture based on the selected shutter speed and ISO setting. If you want to adjust the aperture, use Av or M mode. You might also need a tripod if your shutter speed is consequently too slow to hand-hold. As to the "milky water", I think what ...


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Using Catia (Mechanical engineering software), I tried to answer your question by retro-engineering the canon parts. I found a 3D model of a canon lens from grabcad.com and isolated the lens mount geometry. I compared its dimensions to the ones of my lenses and found them accurate enough. On the following view, you can see the lens mount. I used brass as ...


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by the way for windows users, i am using this utility, Eos Digital Info; you can get some infos like owner name and lense mounted on the camera, and you can also update date time or modefy the copyright text. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9wetBW2pjaxdWkwRHNKNEYxYjQ


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Keep the 18-55 IS II and 55-250 IS. The 1200D is a stripped down budget camera bundled with striped down budget lenses. The lenses that came with your XSi are actually superior to the the 1200D kit lenses. The 18-55 III has the same optics as the 18-55 IS II but lacks Image Stabilization. The 75-300 USM has poor optics and lacks Image Stabilization. ...


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Farbenwerk is a Germany-based producer of high quality replacement inks. There you can find pigment ink replacements for many dye printers, e.g. the Epson 1500W. Unfortunately, as can be seen from here, it seems that they do not have pigment ink for the 5140. This is at least a hint that it is not possible to print pigment ink with this printer.


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Advantage in creating squance photos for Time-lapses. I use mRAW (sRAW) quite a bit with Lightroom to enhance the sequence of images for creating Time-lapse videos afterwards. As they are mostly produced in 1080p or 2k7 I dont need the full size RAW but still want the dynamic range of RAW to work with. I cant think of any other not mentioned reason to use ...


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Actually, the reason lies in the manufacturing process. Pages 11-12 of an old Canon whitepaper detailing their full-frame sensor technology describes the economics of manufacturing image sensors of different sizes. Image sensors are semiconductor devices, like the CPU in a computer or the SoC in a smartphone or tablet, and are manufactured in batches by the ...


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Yes, it is possible to program a specific number of shots with EOS Utility. It is also possible to define the interval between shots and the shutter speed and aperture value for each shot. You can also set it to do exposure bracketing as well. For more about the capabilities of EOS Utility, please see Getting the Most From EOS Utility. Here's a direct link ...


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Your shutter speed must not be higher than 1/125s or it won't be able to see the flash light.


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Cam ranger. If you go to tethertools.com they have a product called camranger which is an awesome product that turns your android or iPhone iPad or Mac into a full featured camera controller as well as being able to control multiple cameras simultaneously. The other suggestion being the wifi sdhc card. You don't need to go with eyefi or mobi. Just get any ...



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