I’ve been shooting tethered in my studio sessions for a couple of years now and love having the ability to see the images almost immediately as they’re shot. Whether for portraits or figure shoots, having the ability to visually communicate and direct changes is a huge asset, saving time and assuring that the final images meet our expectations. But now, I’m faced with having to re-think how I’m going to do things…
While Phase One yesterday released Capture One version 6.4 and with it, much anticipated RAW support for new camera models including the Canon EOS 5D Mark III and Nikon’s D800, Canon reportedly is not expected to release the SDK for the EOS 5D MkIII until mid-May, 2012, and until that time full tethered support for the camera in Capture One will not be available.
In the mean time, I have been able to figure out a workaround Continue reading “Canon EOS 5D Mark III Tethering Workaround for Capture One”
INTRODUCING THE ULTIMATE MULTIMEDIA IMAGING SOLUTION: THE NEW CANON EOS-1D MARK IV DIGITAL SLR CAMERA
The EOS-1D Mark IV Features a Completely Redesigned 45-Point Autofocus System, Fast 10 fps Continuous Shooting, 16-Megapixel Resolution, Outstanding ISO Sensitivity, and Full HD Video Recording at Selectable Frame Rates
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Canon caused a bit of a stir earlier this month with the announcement of the EOS 7D, the latest in their digital SLR lineup. Jumping in somewhere between the 50D and the 5DII in the Canon lineup, there has been much discussion about the specs of this yet to be released camera, especially in relation to those of the EOS 5DII, and a comparison of the two models seems inevitable given the impressive feature set of the 7D. Continue reading “Canon EOS 5DII vs 7D Specs Compared”