Marco Nero

Marco Nero

Lives in Australia Sydney, Australia
Works as a Film Design & Illustration
Has a website at www.instagram.com/nero.marco
Joined on Mar 3, 2003
About me:

Illustrator, Writer, Prospector, Film Designer & Matte Painter.

Marco Nero's recent activity

  • That is a DARNED nice Picture!  Congratulations.  Wonderful color and mood.   Great composition.
  • My understanding was that there was no issue with AF on the Canon Cine cameras.  They did not require rescue and were selling well... which is why Canon were forced to lodge the patent during ...
  • To be fair, the controls on the Higher end DSLRS are essentially the same as the controls on the lower-end DSLRs. The more recent EOS M series cameras have the new DPAF (dual pixel auto focus) ...
  • . Note the "Foot" on the bottom of the adapter... which may no longer come with it. . EF-M is the type of lens you want if you're looking at Native M-mount lenses for the EOSM series cameras.  The ...
  • You're correct.  The EOSM series cameras are essentially DSLR cameras that don't use a prism for the Eyepiece. By using Live View LCD displays, they become "mirrorless" cameras. . The APS-C sensor ...
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    . EOSM6 + EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM II lens . You can mount *ANY EF, EF-S or EF-M lens to the EOSM cameras with just one possible exception: The unique manual-focus-only Canon MP-E65 f/2.8 ...
  • No problem. I'd like your problem to be resolved because the M is such a wonderful little camera. . Both of the videos you posted links to "are not available" when I tried to watch them. Not sure ...
  • The original EOSM camera is an extremely robust model. Much stronger (and yet slightly smaller) than the more recent models with flip-LCD screens. The problem you have described is an unusual one ...
  • I suspect that these new (and somewhat irritating) new settings are only on the M6 and M5 and presumably the M100.  Not sure about the M10 because that once came out in 2015. It's built into the ...
  • Is this the LENS ABERRATION CORRECTION setting that you refer to? . Whenever I connect a Canon lens or even Lens+Extender to the EOS M6 the Camera recognizes the combination and the title of the ...
  • Great to be able to help anyone. Which setting preset did you start with: 'FINE DETAIL' or 'STANDARD'? Was the color acceptable and did the settings you selected get utilized by the RAW files?
  • Thanks for the message Lightgreen . I hadn't seen this thread. I had to pick up my camera and find my settings (which i've never really palyed with since April) and I might now have messed them up. ...
  • It's a bit of a chore juggling two cameras. It can be done but the results are usually better if you put all your efforts into one camera during a night shoot. The flip-LCD screen on the M10 will ...
  • Your first shots are great.  I lucked out the first time I took shots of the Milky Way using my original EOSM but I had trees in the way and my shots were slightly blurred so the results for me ...
  • Anyone remotely serious about 4K will already know that you need a dedicated system with suitable glass for this rez.  And Canon already HAVE several 4K options available.  Too expensive?  Well so ...
  • Unfortunately, the choice of a Sony Color/Noise/Power issue or even a Panasonic image processor are why I continue to use Canon.  The end goal is always image-quality and neither Sony nor ...
  • These are all wonderful.  Great job!
  • This is one of the best shots I've seen depicting the full moon. I've been keen for the last year to buy a Celesron CGX with the Edge 9.25".
  • Thermal Fluctuations in summer cause a heat haze or shimmer on images and video. . Congratulations on your new 6D.  You certainly can get a lot out of this amazing camera and it's also quite ...
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