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Old 16-07-2014, 12:22   #1 (permalink)
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I bought over the week end an XT slr with a 28-105mm. All in good working order and taking good pictures. I am hoping for a better layer mix for my IR mixing. I am now dropping my 50D because it seemed to be a little off and I really don't get to mix in color to the IR where it will look good. My 50d takes great pictures and will carry a side shooter for my color kit. I am hoping that it is not a case of color light moving out of the IR light so much that it won't line up. Have these sensors that are so close together I hope helps. As I think I am the only one who mixes IR I would ask if they understand what the light shift problem is. I sure see it and it is a real good challenge. I remember Silky used to understand light shifts and talked to me before. Sure miss his little quirks that helped out a lot. Anyway give it a shot as I soon will go out on a camera sarfari. Also if you know anything about the lens, I know it has 5, not 7 aperture blades but still takes a great picture.
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I remember Silky used to understand light shifts and talked to me before. Sure miss his little quirks that helped out a lot.
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Yes sir, I would add that he would feel my attempt to move about the light shifts is a good effort even tho I bought an older camera. I have picked up on some of the maintenance for most canon SLRs are a mirror reglue and a shutter replacement. Also noticed that the rebel T1i has performed beyond what you might expect. We have seen a few that take pictures in portrait shops even tho it is way back as a few years. Older cameras need to be remembered as workers and useful. I hope it works out well for my project.
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I've had a chance to work out the camera and should have posted a picture, . Reading about grain and all, It is written all over the book in spots about ISO speed. I have forgotten, my 20D's do very well at 400 and a little higher if I avoid shadows. XT and 20D share the same sensor and looking at the pictures I see the clear fine detail I pulled with the 20D. I want to take the kit out that this camera is supposed to fix a color shifting problem. I down sample a color picture 15 mega pixels to a 10 mega pixel. Take my 8.2 sensors and up sample to 10 maga pixel. The problem I have been having id that the color 15 meg didn't come line for line up when make three camera pictures the same size with a light spectrum difference for color sensors. Hoping to bring the pixel size at time of picture taking with in a closer range will help this alignment. I really enjoy doing this, even once aligned ran them thru Photomatrix Pro. It doesn't work so I hand blend. I do use the same lenses as it was the first major fix at making the lign-up very close to where you can't always see any overlap. I have spent at least four months looking and studying the used camera market and found that there are very nice cameras to be had. I like the range of 8.2 mega pixels to 16 mega pixels for my needs and have fun now looking for a rare but good buy. I have found full frame 5D but no 7D. People seem to like their 7D cameras. The rebel line up is good to use for experimenting like this as they cost less and are smaller and lighter. When I moved my 50D out of the bag it made a difference as the XT is a rebel/350D camera. I picked up my grand daughter a T1i with 3 lenses and a lowpro bag for a very low price as I went and looked at it the same day it posted. For a young girl who loves photography and now has her own 55-300 EFs IS and a 50mm f1.8 then the 18-55 kit lens. It takes movies and she hasn't put it down sence she put her hands on it. She's been at a week long camp for girls who take care of horses. Just can't wait to get ahold of her pictures The T1i has very good iso speed improvements, the old guy we bought it from took very good care, gave us a 16 gig card and all the pieces that came with the camera. If I sound happy because I bought it all for the price of 2 50mm f1/8 lenses.
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