Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by adamlewis88, Dec 19, 2008.
And Ive discovered the downfall of it...
1GB card holds 27 raw pictures
Time for new cards
People still use 1GB CF cards?
Not but it is what is here at the store while my camera bag is at home.
Even still, I had 4, 4GB cards that I used with my MkIII and 5D. In RAW, they would normally get ~250 on each card.
Now Im looking at ~100 on each card
Time for some 16GB card action.
@ 1 gig
Like I said, its just one I grabbed from the store and it makes the math easy. Does it really matter? Does it really constitute a ""?
Ill say it differently just for you Le'Girth. Youll only get 400 pictures on a 16GB card
does it give you the sRAW option?
Yeah. Theres actually two different versions too. sRAW1 and sRAW2 which are 10 and 5MP respectively.
try the "black lights" thing tonight. do -all- of the 5dII's have that problem?
Actually, I get between 400-450 on an 8 gig card, but who's counting. And I don't need 16 gig cards (yet) because I have plenty of 4 and 8 giggers to make it work for myself for now.
But I still love you and your dry sense of humor.
16GB Extreme IV CF cards for $158 after $45 MIR
or get three of em for $409 after $200 MIR
Lol at shooting raw...noob
Untrue. Im stuck at my part-time job right now and have been playing with it using a 60x offbrand CF card. Video works just fine.
I only get 1.4k raw on my d70 haha. MP can suck it
Doesnt look like it from here Admittedly, this is just playback on the camera. I dont see why it would be any different once its on a PC, but Im just giving all the facts. So far, 60x CF card seems fine.
And so far no black dots!
cliffs on these black dots so i dont have to read an essay i found on google
However, I dont know if the black dot is a RAW conversion thing from post or not...
I vaguely remember reading that it was something that only showed up when the RAWs were converted...
Some 5D2s are showing a collection of black pixels at the border of very bright highlights.
got 3x16 extreme III's for $40 after rebate.
looks like an early 80's CCD camcorder