Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Canon EOS 7D pics and specs leak out
- Ciao Matt!!
I have one too. It was kinda forced to buy one.
I then used it in an extensive documentation.
Due to the forced 1stop steps, it produced 85b gb of raw files.
Nonetheless the waiting for the camera to clear buffer was often
to have a -2 0 +2 range in a 8 shots pano, I mean.
Really NOTHING TO BLAME THE CAMERA, but you cannot expect 14 real bits
images in a count of 40 to be recorded in less than 30 seconds. THEY COULD
HAVE BEEN 24!
Also it has a fair range nice of tricks to be done with self timelapse
controls, once you learned how to move in the idiocy of menus.
Since I just felt lack of a decent 50mm and 28mm for normal use, I just
bought the Zeiss ZF... 2nd hand and ebay.
I think you have seen the light into my eyes when I was holding "a certain
oone" last time in Prague.
I can also knock it on the Canon!
2009/9/1 Matthew Rogers <matthew@...>
> You might want to look at Nikon then. The D700 can bracket 9 exposures
> from 0.3 to 1.0 ev intervals. You can also slide the bracket range
> using the ev compensation setting. It would be good if you could
> expand it to 2ev I guess but apart from that limitation it works well.
> On 1 Sep 2009, at 09:18, panoramicsdk wrote:
> > --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com <PanoToolsNG%40yahoogroups.com>,
> "panoramicsdk" <hans@...> wrote:
> > >
> > > It is presented. Rob Galbraith already has a revue.
> > > http://robgalbraith.com/bins/multi_page.asp?cid=7-10042-10239
> > >
> > > Hans
> > Still no intelligent bracketing. Same -2+2EV
> > I think we have to put some pressure on these people to make them
> > understand.
> > When we look at how many do HDR today it is really hard to
> > understand that they can not do it more useable.
> > Dpreview has it here also
> > http://www.dpreview.com/previews/canoneos7d/
> > Hans
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- Sometime around 4/9/09 (at 14:52 -0500) Trausti Hraunfjord said:
>Olympus E-series do support this "tetheredTethered shooting means it can be controlled from a connected (i.e.
>shooting"... but I still haven't got a clue about what it means.
'tethered') computer, so you can set controls and take shots remotely
rather than having to poke the dials and buttons on the camera itself.