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With every camera I've used (Canon, Nikon, etc, etc), what it wants first is the minimum/desired ISO you set and the SS you set, while adjusting the aperture. So it is adjusting down to the desired/minimum ISO first. But unless the light is extremely strong, the minimum ISO setting is set quite high, or the SS is extremely long, the camera generally won't be ...


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As far as I can tell (EOS 70D): There is an obvious attempt to maximize aperture before increasing ISO There is a setting to set the allowed auto-ISO range (ISO speed settings in the third menu).


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I came across this post as I am looking for this exact lens myself. It is a very good lens, but a challenge to use. For use with a full frame sensor the company recommends a 432.5mm tube lens, resulting in an 8.7:1 magnification. The standard tube lens is a 250mm focal length and gives you 5:1 magnification, but an image circle of 25mm in diameter, should ...


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To my eye it looks like there may have been more water vapor/moisture in the air between the camera and the stars in the second shot than in the first. If the moon was anywhere above the horizon, or there were any ground sources of light pollution in the area, that light would be reflected and disbursed by any thin clouds overhead. I've been out shooting at ...


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@Romeo suggested hacking the firmware using MagicLantern If this software has not yet been customised for your camera, you could download the source code and have a go yourself, that's the beauty of open source software! If your problem is other people randomly changing the language setting, I might suggest that anyone capable of hacking firmware shouldn't ...


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The short answer is: you can't These texts are stored in to the firmware of the camera. So to remove them you should create new firmware for the camera which is not a simple process. You can check more about the subject here. And reconsider your request. Usually 99% of the settings (including language) in to the camera are done once and you can even forget ...


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One possibility: The .pdf instructions contained in the download says that the SD card should be 64MB or more up to 128GB or less. So the size of your 64GB card should not be an issue, but the card may have some other problem. You can try another SD card up to 128GB to see if the card is the issue. Also note that if you have the card partitioned in any way, ...


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Note that this is the way iPhone and Android handle photo sharing/uploading: It's fully automatic with zero manual steps: 1) take photo 2) wait 3) photo is online. This is the workflow I'd like to reproduce. If that's the experience you wish to have, here are the kinds of setups you need to use: That's about it. Interchangeable lens cameras don't really ...


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The easiest way to sync with the SK400 II and have the most control would be to get a for-Canon Godox 2.4 GHz radio transmitter unit for your camera hotshoe: e.g., an XPro-C or Flashpoint R2 Pro II-C, or TT685-C. The SK400 II has a built-in radio receiver in the Godox system, so a Godox transmitter on your camera could remotely fire, adjust the power, and ...


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I can only surmise that the potential confusion comes from the two apparently conflicting certification marks. The first is for Japan, [PSE] & 2nd the US [CULUS]. I didn't dig into the depths of each certification method, but it's reasonable to assume the Japanese one is intended for international & the US only for domestic, to tick the 'safety' ...


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In short: There is no easy solution, that is always on and will not need dedicated setup and extra steps. But I will elaborate common similar solutions. Some of them will not be available on you camera. Cable Tethering This is the most widespread use of quick photo transfer in the professional sector and is used by many studio photographers. You simply hook ...


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The label says it is compatible from 100V to 240V, 50 or 60 Hz. Thus, a 230V (perhaps 220V) 50Hz mains, as found in Sweden, will work fine with this charger. You'll need to adapt the U.S. plug style to the style found in the EU.


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