richardperson

richardperson

Lives in United States Thousand Oaks, CA, United States
Has a website at www.richpersonphotos.com
Joined on Dec 13, 2018

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  • without photos it didn't happen.  :-)
  • I love his suggestion on human v. animal eye focus.  Did he assign the * button to "AF switch to registered AF function"?  I can't see how to easily do what he suggested.  I might be tempted to ...
  • Did you try mechanical shutter? I agree the numbers are very strange.  This may be what saves the 1DXiii as the flagship.  I don't shoot that many in a burst, but I would be surprised if there is ...
  • Mechanical or electronic shutter?  The ISO effect is very baffling.  Would love to see you repeat that with just one battery type, but with more variety between ISO 100 and 6400 to see where the ...
  • Very poor language used. - One Battery Pack LP-E6NH is used when the Battery Grip BG-R10 (sold separately) is in use (as opposed to having two batteries in the grip) - Battery Pack LP-E6 is used ...
  • I will have to test this when I get mine. It doesn't make any sense. The native camera only has one battery. Why would it be slower with the battery grip? And I still have not seen anything the ...
  • Are you sure if you have the wifi turned off that the second battery doesn't go for camera usage? Canon is pretty clear that "As a vertical battery grip the WFT-R10A offers the expected advantages ...
  • I don't remember checking any boxes, but B&H sent my battery grips already, and the batteries with my R5 order are in shipping right now.  Still no ETA on the R5 though.
  • Yes, I assume you are comparing third party copies, who had no R&D expenses and just copied the Canon batteries, to a company who spends R&D money to get more battery to their users.  You can use ...
  • I had no interest in this lens when it was first described.  But, even though it is limited to good lighting, the images I have seen are amazing and I ordered one.  Very surprised by the quality I ...
  • They are somewhat apples and oranges.  For zero rolling shutter you need a mechanical shutter.  The 1DXiii has 16 fps compared to 12 fps.  Not a lot, but noticeable.  Additionally, the 1DXiii is ...
  • That is good to hear.  I read the original report as he was using electronic shutter, so if you were also and didn't see a degradation that is good.  I have not heard of this happening before so ...
  • That's a tough call.  I have shot a lot of recitals, but only with my 1DXii and 7D at the time.  The shutter volume on bursts did get some comments, but wasn't a big deal when people saw the ...
  • Thanks for sharing that.  It was very helpful.  The best take away was the potential distortion from the rolling shutter in probably any sport with a fast moving ball or other object (bat, racket, ...
  • I'm still on "Backordered" with my 10:30 ET opening day order.
  • I agree with this full review, but wanted to highlight this point.  If I'm going to take creative pictures, my 28-70mm is on my R with battery grip (until my R5 arrives).  But, I did purchase an ...
  • But do remember on the R5 And R6 that the stabilization is the same for both the 24-70mm IS and the 28-70 (non-IS), so the only factors are really: Price Extra stop of light Size and weight 24-28mm
  • I have both lenses and if I had to divest of one it would be the 24-105.  It depends on if you want utility more (24-105) or a lens that is more limited, but gives you that zing.  I would add that ...
  • I wonder if this is a card issue, as these cards should be easily fast enough for that task being UHS-II.
  • You can see it through the EVF as well as the rear screen.
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