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May 24, 2019 07:37:49   #
so where do you want to live? but you cant get there, no roads, no bridges, no schools, no police, your neighbor built his house 1 foot from yours and has 50 dogs. i could go on.
 
May 24, 2019 07:28:58   #
I would love to try it for a week.
May 24, 2019 07:22:59   #
i'll pile on, Canon Pro 100. like any printer, make sure you correctly chose the proper printer profile and paper being used otherwise you will get a photo that does not match what is on your screen.
May 24, 2019 07:22:32   #
i'll pile on, Canon Pro 100. like any printer, make sure you correctly chose the proper printer profile and paper being used otherwise you will get a photo that does not match what is on your screen.
May 22, 2019 11:33:40   #
Mant cameras will not accept a micro SD even if you put it in the adapter. best to just buy an sd card.
May 22, 2019 07:51:06   #
 
May 19, 2019 11:53:30   #
I have about 10 lens for one brand camera, so very difficult to change. Some of the newer cameras come with adapters, but not to go from a Canon to a Nikon. i would love to get the d850, but now we are talking thousands in new lens. I have a 5mk4, am pretty happy with it but want a higher megapixel since I crop many of my pictures. I've considered the 5DSR, but from feedback if one had a choice as a standalone purchase the d850 is the preferred. I hate to wait too much longer for new cameras as I am getting up in years. Mirrorless, perhaps, but the Canon r is only 30 mp. i do not do sports, mostly stills, landscapes, grandkids, flowers, birds, architecture. i have no need for video. not sure what to do. I guess I should rent a 5dsr and see if its what would meet my needs.
May 16, 2019 11:15:52   #
The amount of light enables you to raise you fstop from saw f2.8 or so to say f8f8 has a larger depth of field while improve what in focus.
May 16, 2019 08:34:24   #
If you are using a 100mm macro lens, You really need 1/250 hand held, f8-f11 for depth of field, and auto ISO assuming light is kind of low. Also spot autofocus or manual focus
May 16, 2019 08:27:39   #
if the same price go for th "s". I really gave up on wireless. I don't like to fool with the wireless connection process, finding the router, telling all my devices I have the printer. I know, no really that hard. I stay with USB. personal choice.
May 15, 2019 06:54:34   #
i have been have issues for a while, seems they wont hold a charge. i would check the battery performance screen on my camera, some read ok, others not. i then looked at the batteries and found some were OEM, some third party but there was no apparent correlation between life and manufacturer.

Then my charger quit working. I bought a new OEM one and when i put the batteries in the charger they all showed a low charge but charge up completely based on the LED charge indicator, so hopefully the charger was failing to charge the batteries well enough.

In reading about the charger I bought, it the literature provided, it said do not use with non-OEM batteries. Well I guess I don't know why, 7.2 volts is 7.2 volts right? I am now going to test the voltage of the battery at full charge with the new charger and do this occasionally to make sure the battery is charged right. It should show over time that either the charger is bad or the battery is bad. I guess this is what the in camera performance screen does,
 
May 15, 2019 06:54:23   #
i have been have issues for a while, seems they wont hold a charge. i would check the battery performance screen on my camera, some read ok, others not. i then looked at the batteries and found some were OEM, some third party but there was no apparent correlation between life and manufacturer.

Then my charger quit working. I bought a new OEM one and when i put the batteries in the charger they all showed a low charge but charge up completely based on the LED charge indicator, so hopefully the charger was failing to charge the batteries well enough.

In reading about the charger I bought, it the literature provided, it said do not use with non-OEM batteries. Well I guess I don't know why, 7.2 volts is 7.2 volts right? I am now going to test the voltage of the battery at full charge with the new charger and do this occasionally to make sure the battery is charged right. It should show over time that either the charger is bad or the battery is bad. I guess this is what the in camera performance screen does,
May 13, 2019 07:39:18   #
I have PS, yes I pay $10/month. I used to have PS element, and routinely bought their upgrades which cost $79, or $99. A friend of mine recommended another program, which cost $99, but it also has upgrades about 1/year, costing $79. that same company now offers their latest package for up to $129, saying its a perpetual license advertising no monthly charge, obviously to fight against Photoshop. It does not say free upgrades. So $129 is about $10/month. other packages have different offers, thus impossible for me at least to know the best value. what I have learned is jumping from one program to another is there is a learning curve which can be frustrating. I am happy with what i have, will pay for it, but stay with one, not jump from one to another.
May 11, 2019 16:21:25   #
May 11, 2019 14:28:35   #
Yeah, why so touchy, I have the electronic receipt fo my $9/month I purchased the other day.
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