Litra Pro, Holdfast Moneymaker, Gary Fong Lightsphere
If you have a nice camera body, why put junk like this on it? It's $163 for a reason.
Nikon Shooter wrote:No, nor have I ever used anything less than the Speedotron Blackline
Ted Baker wrote: Have you used yourself though?
in the old days until it rendered its soul 32 years later. Now I work with
Profoto in studio and on location.
I can't say good nor bad about these products but was sharing what
I know of product branding.
Well, I like it. The only time I struggled with my indifferent opinion of it, was when I first started and was a little frustrated with the learning curve. IMO $9.99 isn't bad price, when you factor in everything you are getting.
You might want to recheck where you want to go, my wife was telling me last night that due to the madness that look place over the weekend, that the state shut access off.
When I'm going to mess around with HDR, it's either Photoshop or Photomatix for me. It's not a big deal for me, and this works just perfectly for me.
Yup yup yes. It's that time of the day. I'm actually due for a coffee.
Nikon Shooter wrote: 1250? I calculated more than 3000!
I don't do videos!
I don't intend to ever shoot on two cards but it is an
old reflex to backup everything… specially new things.
Nikon Shooter wrote:It is their creation… so patent applies!
Cristy Fields wrote: it's mainly only Sony that is offering these cards.
Cristy Fields wrote: why are some cameras using this card as the primary card?
Personally. I use a Sony 128GB XQD in my D850 and I'm very
happy with it… mind you, like Gary says, they may be hard to
come by, I got mine two weeks after I got the camera and I'm
seriously happy I ordered and got two of them.
I use an XQD only in the D850 because the files are bigger and
it is the best way to go to support the buffer. The Sony reader
is Thunderbolt III and the transfer rate is stunningly fast.
Chester Foster wrote: Well lean might have been a little strong wording to use. So let me correct this and say it feel short of expectations. Hopefully the next R will have IBIS and they do something with that video crop thing going on.
Thank you on the other details as well. I was hoping to see some user comments with this as well. First hand knowledge.
atm, I record at 120fps at 1080i. It’s surprisingly good and feel it’s smoother. I also use this because the slow motion is butter smooth. 4K looks alright at 30fps, but you will notice the difference in anything below 60 frames per second. Generally speaking, It’s much more difficult for the human eye to see anything over 60 frames per second versus under 60 frames per second. This is why 60 frames per second is very important