sh10453

sh10453

Lives in United States Michigan, United States
Works as a Electrical & Computer Engineer
Joined on May 2, 2010
About me:

Been shooting since the days of Adam and Eve!

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On article Friendly Rebel: Canon EOS Rebel T6 / 1300D samples (169 comments in total)
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Ilia Snopchenko: Beats me why they keep bundling the awful 75-300 lens with the low-end cameras when there's a newer, crop-only, cheap 55-250 STM. Guess they're really desperate to clear the stocks.

Probably to get rid of excess inventory.
But in all fairness, I have seen some very nice images taken by the 75-300mm lens.
Personally, I don't have any experience with either one of them. All my lenses are "L" lenses.

Link | Posted on May 3, 2016 at 14:33 UTC
On article Friendly Rebel: Canon EOS Rebel T6 / 1300D samples (169 comments in total)
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sh10453: And if that's not cheap enough, Canon is offering the T5 with 2 lenses for under $250, with one year warranty.
Who else could pull this one up but Canon!!!

http://shop.usa.canon.com/shop/en/catalog/rebel-t5-ef-s-18-55mm-is-ii-ef-75-300mm-f-4-56-iii-kit-refurbished?WT.mc_id=C126149

Then you probably would be better off buying the Sony A3000 from some years ago!!!
But hurry up before tat A3000 sale is over :-)

Link | Posted on May 3, 2016 at 13:56 UTC
On article Friendly Rebel: Canon EOS Rebel T6 / 1300D samples (169 comments in total)

For the Canon folks, Canon is offering a free accidental damage protection for 13 months on their high-end cameras and lenses.

http://shop.usa.canon.com/shop/en/catalog/carekpak-plus-promotion?cm_mmc=EM-_-ES-_-160502-_-ShopNow&WT.mc_id=EM1605ES02062&RID=1-R7JV69&CON=1-2WKU-387&PRO=&CID=1-R57CT1

Link | Posted on May 3, 2016 at 02:55 UTC as 21st comment
On article Friendly Rebel: Canon EOS Rebel T6 / 1300D samples (169 comments in total)

Just thinking out loud to myself, so please ignore this one ...
Quite a few have constantly nothing to say about DPR but negative comments, accusations, bashing, and the like.
Usually they don't have even a single image to show their skills, or bragging rights.

I'm just wondering why don't they simply leave DPR and join a different outlet if they are dissatisfied with DPR to that extent.

Again, I'm just thinking out loud.

Link | Posted on May 3, 2016 at 01:47 UTC as 23rd comment | 1 reply
On article Friendly Rebel: Canon EOS Rebel T6 / 1300D samples (169 comments in total)

And if that's not cheap enough, Canon is offering the T5 with 2 lenses for under $250, with one year warranty.
Who else could pull this one up but Canon!!!

http://shop.usa.canon.com/shop/en/catalog/rebel-t5-ef-s-18-55mm-is-ii-ef-75-300mm-f-4-56-iii-kit-refurbished?WT.mc_id=C126149

Link | Posted on May 2, 2016 at 21:00 UTC as 34th comment | 4 replies
On article Friendly Rebel: Canon EOS Rebel T6 / 1300D samples (169 comments in total)

Very nice images for an entry level camera.
Shrewd strategy by Canon. Beginners / students will buy the cheapest entry level that their tight budget could afford, and down the road they most likely will upgrade to higher-end Canon products that they have become familiar with, especially if they have invested in Canon lenses.
I know a good number of people who started with the entry level, Rebel line, and now on the 5D Mk III with a collection of "L" lenses.

Link | Posted on May 2, 2016 at 20:05 UTC as 37th comment

"Getty Images represents over 200,000 photojournalists, content creators and artists around the world who rely on us to protect their ability to be compensated for their work."

Then PROTECT their work. It is not a search engine's responsibility to do the protection, dummy!!!
Wait until you are hit with a Ransom-ware attack!!!

Link | Posted on Apr 30, 2016 at 13:47 UTC as 15th comment

The search engine simply brings you a load of results, warns you that some material maybe copyrighted, and leaves it up to YOU, the searcher, to decide what to do with the results.

On the other hand, the blood-sucking Getty Images can do a better job at securing high-resolution images, and blocking them from being displayed by a search engine, instead of acting like a crybaby.

It is Getty Images' responsibility to secure their material on their web site instead of laying the blame on a search engine.

They also have the option to OPT OUT of this search engine, which they accepted its policy, terms, and conditions.

Pathetic complaint!

Link | Posted on Apr 30, 2016 at 13:32 UTC as 16th comment
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Jeff Greenberg: These comments confirm NO ONE understands
intellectual property rights whilst EVERYONE
likes to play expert lawyer...

That comment tells us a lot about YOUR understanding, Jeff.
What does a search engine have to do with Copyrights?
It brings you a load of results, warns you that some material maybe copyrighted, and leaves it up to YOU, the searcher, to decide what to do with the results.
On the other hand, the blood-sucking Getty Images can do a better job at securing high-resolution images, and blocking them from being displayed by a search engine, instead of acting like a crybaby.
It is Getty Images' responsibility to secure their material on their web site instead of laying the blame on a search engine.
They also have the option to OPT OUT of this search engine that they accepted its policy, terms, and conditions.

Link | Posted on Apr 30, 2016 at 13:23 UTC

My heart is bleeding for Getty Images, the most greedy, blood-suckers in the imaging industry, in my not-so-humble opinion.

What a joke for Getty Images to be talking about fairness!!!
On the other hand, I don't blame them that much. Some photographers are willing to work with them.

Link | Posted on Apr 30, 2016 at 13:01 UTC as 17th comment
On article Beta: try out our new 'light' color scheme (590 comments in total)

Thank you, DPR, for allowing us to keep the current black background.
It's a lot easier on the eyes. Too much brightness in a white background.

Link | Posted on Apr 29, 2016 at 18:34 UTC as 30th comment
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sh10453: To each their own, but I never liked or cared for the circular bokeh at all.
I find such circles to be very distracting.

I like simple and effective blur, especially when you want a very shallow DOF.
The Canon 70-200mm "L" lens, for example, is very good at that.

Link | Posted on Apr 29, 2016 at 18:30 UTC
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sh10453: To each their own, but I never liked or cared for the circular bokeh at all.
I find such circles to be very distracting.

Again, to each their own. I certainly wouldn't be rushing to contribute to this kickstart project.
Sites that are crazy about these circles are most likely influenced by one person / administrator /owner at that site, which is fine. It's a matter of preference. I simply don't care for the circles.
In fact I don't like them at all.
Of course I'm not alone who dislikes them.

Link | Posted on Apr 29, 2016 at 13:17 UTC
On article The Canon that can: Canon EOS 80D Review (606 comments in total)
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mkbrkloster: My path started with Rebel, Rebel XT, and now T1i, all have served me well. I started with the kit lens, and upgraded and tweaked my lenses to match my shooting needs. 95% of my shots are of family and very rarely video (I've actually taken video on a DSLR 3 times, I think, over the years).

Given the lens investment, people like me don't switch from one brand to the other very often, if ever. A methodical upgrade in camera bodies that allows me to keep my lenses is all I need, even if some features (some of which I don't even care about) of other brands are better.

To switch from Canon to Sony would cost me a ton of money in lenses, and I would still not have the same lens set that I have now (converters are a hack).

I've been waiting for a new sensor to upgrade my T1i, and I got it in the 80d, which I will buy and use for the next 4-5 years. Sure, I'd love it if it were $999, but everything I buy I want a little cheaper.

There are a lot more of "me" out there than you think.

That's even a much better deal. Only $849 after the rebate, and you get a professional printer (up to 13" x 19"), Canon 50 sheets of 13 x 19, and a 64GB card.
Search for item # 331831932258 on eBay.

Link | Posted on Apr 28, 2016 at 18:15 UTC
On article The Canon that can: Canon EOS 80D Review (606 comments in total)
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GaryJP: This is optimistic.

I'm using both Canon and Sony these days. I still prefer the colour of Canon. Too many Sony users are producing horrible fudgy looking low contrast pictures that look like they are shot on expired film. I can often spot a Sony image also by the predilection for green tinged faces and horrible over-modulation of blues, particularly from LED light sources (which DPReview never seems to want to own up to). And it is an aesthetic I try hard not to let creep into my work.

If the new 5D has better dynamic range and usable 4K, my A7RII and A7SII will be for sale. I get tired of struggling with the colours.

A good example of comparison can be seen here:
http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/54537084

Link | Posted on Apr 28, 2016 at 17:49 UTC
On article The Canon that can: Canon EOS 80D Review (606 comments in total)
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mangeshck: I have Canon 80D. I like everything on it as I upgraded from 60D. Only problem I have been facing is battery life. I guess I am not able to get more than 450 shots on single charge. Wi-fi is OFF, not even videos are being shot, no live view shooting. Battery seems to go down 1% for every 4 to 5 shots. Any suggestions?

I wouldn't complain at 450 shots per charge on a camera like this.
With a couple of spare batteries, that means 1750 shots. That's probably far more than MOST people would shoot in a full day of shooting.

Link | Posted on Apr 28, 2016 at 17:11 UTC
On article The Canon that can: Canon EOS 80D Review (606 comments in total)
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Boissez: Lackluster AF, build and a lackluster sensor (although DR is improved). Will Canon ever release a compelling midrange product like they used to in the XXD series?

Such a shame.

@thx1138,
As a Canon senior researcher (unless your profile is totally fake), it would be more appropriate to listen / read, take notes, and implement customers wishes, rather than being combatant.
I find your involvement here (and your type of reply, in particular) to be far from professional, regardless of the comments you replied to.

Link | Posted on Apr 28, 2016 at 16:29 UTC
On article The Canon that can: Canon EOS 80D Review (606 comments in total)
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Photato: Dear Canon, I don't really need 4K, but would appreciate if you give these products at least decent true 1080P video.
This lacking alone is what breaks the deal for me.
My Phone and Drone can do 4K already. This video situation is unacceptable for people like me who are interested in capturing high quality moving images, besides stills.

I second that. I don't care for 4K.
I hope the 6D replacement will take care of that, and that it will be an instant winner, and soon.
I have been waiting for this replacement for a long time.

Link | Posted on Apr 28, 2016 at 16:03 UTC
On article The Canon that can: Canon EOS 80D Review (606 comments in total)
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dwill23: When Canon ruled the DSLR cameras from 2002-2010ish DPReview NEVER said Nikon lags behind. They wouldn't even hint that Canon's CMOS was cleaner. You could see comparisons, but that's about it.

The way DPR bashes Canon is simply amazing, and sad.

This is the best Canon sensor EVER! of all time! This is like Canon taking over next year and saying how horrible Sony's brand new sensors are,...they are still better than what they are today.

People who complain don't realize these sensors are the very best from Canon, and in most shooting it's not that easy to see Sony's 1-1.5 stop current lead.

This frustrates the majority of DLRS shooters,....Canon shooters.

@gatorowl:
I have been shooting with Canon cameras since early 1980, when I was a student. My current Canon collection is quite large, and it includes full frame DSLRs (I started shooting with digital cameras in 1995 when Olympus put a small 500k (one half a megapixel) point-n-shoot on the market. I was the envy of many at that time!!!
Recently (over the past 5 years), I added Panasonic and Sony cameras to my collection.
Based on my experience with all three brands, I find my Canon's menus to be the best, and the most logical.
Sony's menu, in my opinion, is a total disaster, although I like the camera to a degree (the a6000). However, I don't find it to be what people and reviewers try to portray it, in terms of performance, especially i/o (input/output performance).
I hope Canon get off their lazy behind and give us a 6D replacement soon. It is long overdue.

Link | Posted on Apr 28, 2016 at 15:51 UTC
On article The Canon that can: Canon EOS 80D Review (606 comments in total)
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mkbrkloster: My path started with Rebel, Rebel XT, and now T1i, all have served me well. I started with the kit lens, and upgraded and tweaked my lenses to match my shooting needs. 95% of my shots are of family and very rarely video (I've actually taken video on a DSLR 3 times, I think, over the years).

Given the lens investment, people like me don't switch from one brand to the other very often, if ever. A methodical upgrade in camera bodies that allows me to keep my lenses is all I need, even if some features (some of which I don't even care about) of other brands are better.

To switch from Canon to Sony would cost me a ton of money in lenses, and I would still not have the same lens set that I have now (converters are a hack).

I've been waiting for a new sensor to upgrade my T1i, and I got it in the 80d, which I will buy and use for the next 4-5 years. Sure, I'd love it if it were $999, but everything I buy I want a little cheaper.

There are a lot more of "me" out there than you think.

The closest to your "wish" price ($1050):
http://www.ibcart.com/details/Digital-Cameras/SLR/Canon/Canon-EOS-80D---24-2-Megap/1263C004

But I know nothing about this place. So you may need to investigate.

Link | Posted on Apr 28, 2016 at 15:28 UTC
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