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  1. The thing is it is the extreme fast action that I...

    The thing is it is the extreme fast action that I usually would use high fps.
    Neither of examples of the golf swing is acceptable IMO.
  2. Electronic Shutter and the R3, are the benefits limited?

    I have been trying to figure out what the benefit of the Electronic Shutter might be. The advertised 30 fps sounds blazing fast. But I am hearing negatives about the way electronic shutters work.
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    Putting on googles, I think this lens use would...

    Putting on googles, I think this lens use would be limited. Personally I would find it annoying. It gets floor space because gaming is a big market.
    Virtual tours scrolling around on your screen,...
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    You can zoom in, you can zoom out. Look left to...

    You can zoom in, you can zoom out.
    Look left to right.
    If I were in to video maybe this would be interesting.
    At most it would be a purchase, play with it a while then it would gather dust.

    I...
  5. Thread: How is it?

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    It was at the end of 2008 I bought my first...

    It was at the end of 2008 I bought my first digital body, a D50 which was billed as the transition body from the rebel series to Full Frame.
    It wasn't but a few months later that I bought a 5D II....
  6. Thread: Canon R3

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    While I believe what I posted earlier, I will say...

    While I believe what I posted earlier, I will say that at this level the difference between the two may not matter at all to the majority of shooters.
    Most will never notice.
  7. Thread: Canon R3

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    The one thing I have learned about Canon over the...

    The one thing I have learned about Canon over the years is that they accurately describe their cameras position in the line up.

    So I believe the following that Canon has said.
    If Canon says that...
  8. Thread: Canon R3

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    The video was a flavored sales pitch that...

    The video was a flavored sales pitch that requires reading between the lines and interpreting what is missing out of the interview as much as what is included.

    Durability could because of heat...
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    I printed for many years. Many 11x17. I do not...

    I printed for many years. Many 11x17.
    I do not print enough anymore to keep my ink from drying out.
    I went with the standard and not even sure what you mean by interpolate pixels.
    The most...
  10. Thread: Canon R3

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    30 fps is a movie camera There are instances in...

    30 fps is a movie camera
    There are instances in nature that catching that many fps can help.
    However in most instance it will give you multitude of near identical pictures to sort through and...
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    We ask for these lenses over and over, but Canon...

    We ask for these lenses over and over, but Canon choose to release a 100- 400mm non L.
    I don't think were the profitable group that Canon designs for.
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    There are three EF lenses that there is no RF...

    There are three EF lenses that there is no RF version
    24mm L II, 35mm L II and the 180mm L Macro.
  13. Thread: Canon R3

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    Or availability of the glass they have released....

    Or availability of the glass they have released. You have to preorder and hope it comes in stock soon.
    I think the slow non L glass is a lead up to a cheap consumer version of the R, most likely a...
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    I owned the version 1 and it is a great lens....

    I owned the version 1 and it is a great lens. Another way you might to think of this is that all of your suggestions with convertors are compromises to get length.
    Where the 400mm DO is an ok 400mm...
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    It has been years since I debated this choice. I...

    It has been years since I debated this choice. I would arrive at the same decision.
    Instead of the 400mm DO get the Version I of the 300mm f/2.8 L.
    With the extenders on it will fair as well if not...
  16. Thread: RAW vs cRAW

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    Poll: I derailed the thread a few posts back. HEIF was...

    I derailed the thread a few posts back. HEIF was brought up and it just morphed from there.

    There is nothing at all wrong with doing it as you do. For years I was the same. Shooting for a client...
  17. Thread: RAW vs cRAW

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    Poll: I had read that TIFF considered the best format...

    I had read that TIFF considered the best format for archiving for files.

    When I am considering archiving it is different than storage. I doubt in my life time there will be a point that I will be...
  18. Thread: RAW vs cRAW

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    Poll: I have been think about long term archiving. In...

    I have been think about long term archiving. In film days a picture and a negative were the archive.

    I have RAW backup going back to 2009.
    I have read that other formats would be better for...
  19. Thread: RAW vs cRAW

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    Poll: Doing a quick check of the R5 I do not see an...

    Doing a quick check of the R5 I do not see an option to save in a HEIF format.
    However there is a function to convert from HEIF to JPEG.

    From what I read compatibility would be the main downfall...
  20. Thread: RAW vs cRAW

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    Poll: After much reading what I have arrived at is that...

    After much reading what I have arrived at is that if you "believe" you need every piece of data saved in case it matters some time in the future when you are PP then use RAW.
    Like the old jpeg vs...
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    It may be a combination of things. Video Card,...

    It may be a combination of things.
    Video Card, monitor and if your Windows version is up to date.

    I do remember years ago I got in the habit of using adobe bridge because the Windows Viewer was...
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    I see the obvious answer here; Stop using the...

    I see the obvious answer here;
    Stop using the Windows Photo Viewer.

    The sad truth of digital photography is that even if you have your color perfect the guy on the other end may see it different....
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    I have never noticed this. I have a newer...

    I have never noticed this.

    I have a newer computer as well and using two BENQ monitors.
  24. Thread: RAW vs cRAW

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    Poll: RAW vs cRAW

    Just got the R5.
    I see cRAW is an option.
    I understand it is a compressed file.

    So what is the verdict with this crowd?
    Go RAW or cRAW?
  25. Thread: Canon R3

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    Daniel did say many things that were correct, and...

    Daniel did say many things that were correct, and at times things that he believed that turned out to be incorrect. In the end he left Canon for Nikon and we hear from him no more.

    In my shooting,...
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