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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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For a long time I shot with both a Canon 5D Mark II and a Canon 7D. The only time I used the 7D was for sports at longer focal lengths, for the extra reach with other subject matter in bright light, and when I was using both bodies at the same time (wide lenses on the FF 5DII), long lens on the 7D. When actually shooting the 7D felt like a far superior ...


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It's not just the weight of the camera that's a concern, but the torque that it will apply to the mounting ring on the lens (and in the camera, of course). Torque is turning force, and it's calculated by multiplying force (weight, in this case) by distance from the center of rotation. So, if we guess that your camera is 4" deep from the mount to the back of ...


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The 1D Mark II was 55.5 oz. The 5D Mark III + BG-E11 grip + 2 LP-E6N batteries is about 59 oz. The heaviest flash Canon has sold in the recent past is the 600EX-RT which is 18.5 oz with batteries installed. The WFT-E8A is another 1.35 oz. Add that up and you're at 79 oz. which is about 17 oz. less than a 6 pound CCD camera. The EF mount should be able to ...


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I don't have the answer for you but the answer is maybe obvious : if it were a classic mechanical problem, I would say that the lens capacity shouldn't exceed the capacity of the body (using no lens collar): If you body can support a 2 kg lens on the body mount, then the same weight is supported by the lens mount ; If your lens comes with a collar for your ...


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Low light capability is very useful when shooting newborns. Larger sensor size will allow better subject isolation (shallower depth of field if using the right lens and focal length)for certain types of portraits. Another advantage of a FF camera is that you can more easily use wide angle lenses in the range of 24 - 35mm. These are pretty useful when ...


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Don't be concerned with shutter lag. Any DSLR has almost instant shutter reaction. You are talking about milliseconds here. The 7D is better for sports and action, and the 6D is better for low light and overall image quality. Only you can decide which is more important for you. Keep in mind that going full frame means the lenses you have now may not fit ...


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Go to page 357 of the 760D manual. You need to use a Custom Function to change the AE Lock button to a Back Button focus button. Use C.Fn-10 set to option 1. Here is a video that also describes how to do it: How-to back button focus on the Canon T4i, T5i, T6i, T6s


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Here's how with a different Camera, explains things to consider: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svY2NOEBEQA .


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That depends on which lens you have and whether you want the official Canon model or something cheaper. If you have the EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM, you want an ET-63 lens hood (or compatible replacement). If you have the EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II, then you want an ET-60 hood (or compatible replacement). For other lens models, look up the lens on Canon's ...


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This seems to be a camera fault. Most possibly a hardware problem of the position sensor. If the camera is still new, make a warranty claim. This is an obvious bug. Good luck.


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See page 176 of the manual: (disclaimer: bad attempt to translate iconography to text in the following!) The camera's shooting settings and menu settings can be reverted to the default. This option is available in Creative Zone modes. Select [Clear settings] Under the [spanner with three dots] tab, select [Clear settings], then press <SET>. ...


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After a lot of searching, I found the DR-E10 DC Coupler on the Canon website. Clearly when I was originally searching I was using the wrong key terms in my searches on google. More searching then revealed that that adapter doesn't have the AC cord with it, so a better option would be the Canon ACK-E10 Adaptor (not on Canon UK store, so found on Amazon | Was ...


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Try Qimage - it's very good and I really liked it when I used to use Windows machines. It automatically up/downscales thee resolution to match the printer and it will (if you want) take a bunch of photos that you select and automatically arrange them to use as little paper as possible. You you could point it at a folder of photos, tell it what size you want ...


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You need to use a flash meter. They usually measure incident or reflected flash and you can pick up a simple one for around $70.00 from B&H photo. Possibly eBay will be able to turn up a much cheaper deal. I suggest something like the Interfit Flash Meter which B&H sell. Many exposure meters include a flash meter facility and if measuring incident ...


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I know my answer comes years late but if anyone here in the future is looking into this I have just a couple suggestions. EF lenses (red dot) do work on any Canon EOS camera film or digital. Film is a lot of fun and I encourage anyone to try it. You would get a lot out of a junior college film course. You will learn to shoot and also how to develop and ...


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These focusing aids are part of the focusing screen, which is part of the viewing system within the camera body. Some cameras have user-interchangeable focusing screens, others have factory-interchangeable focusing screens, and some cameras have focusing screens that cannot be changed. See for example Canon's leaflet on focusing screens here: ...


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If the focusing aid was part of the lens, it would be visible in the image. That's because they are optical elements themselves, which means they change the properties of the light that goes through them in order to work. But you do not want them to be visible in the frame (neither film nor digital). The path of light goes always trough the lens and then ...


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Maybe invest some time in DoF Master online or use DoFViewer app to do some distancing ahead of time. Maybe best not to go much below 35mm when shooting the group photo as rectilinear distortion creeps in markedly at the edges (bowing effect). It can be dealt with in LR - Develop - Lens adjustment but better to avoid in camera. Take a "heads up" view of ...


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AI (Auto-Intelligent) Focus (It is an uppercase "i", not a lowercase "L" or a numeral "1") is one of those things that sounds good in theory but often doesn't work well in practice. Sometimes it does, but at other times it doesn't. I prefer to set my camera to either One Shot or AI Servo, rather than splitting the difference with AI Focus that starts in One ...


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First go first, you didn't read the manual. I'm a pro, but I do it everytime I get a new camera, of course I don't read everything, just the new parts. Read the manual. But let me help you. First assign a custom menu's like this C3 to be the most used mode, after that C2, C1. Canon EOS 7D custom functions explained Why every time you shift from C3 back to ...


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The reason of those flares to appear is optical diffusion and internal refraction which is almost fine with normally observed objects but is obvious if the object is a bright spot light source - it affects all objects equally but it is only visible on high contrast transitions. The reason of them being asymmetrical is coma. The reason of them being coloured ...


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What you're seeing is called coma. Some lenses are considered better than others at dealing with coma. It can sometimes be reduced by stopping down your lens a couple of stops from wide open, although this can be a difficult trade-off for night scenes or astro-photography.



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