Test av Canon EOS 7D. Der skal ikke mange bildene til før man er klar over at Canon EOS 7D er et ganske spesielt kamera.
Det ligger som støpt mellom hendene, søkeren er fremragende, og utløseren har en kompetent presisjon som er vanskelig å beskrive, men som gjør at man får bilder i det helt rette øyeblikket. Om et kamera tar serier med tre eller fem bilder i sekundet, betyr ikke så mye. Det er uansett for lite til å gi gode serier av action.
Men EOS 7D tar hele åtte bilder i sekundet, og det er nok til å henge med når det går raskt unna. På ISO 12 800 er lysfølsomheten god nok til å utføre et imponerende triks som få andre kameraer kan. Beyond Shotz. Photo Booth and Canons with cheap lenses dominate Tumblr. The Tumblr staff has done an interesting little breakdown of the metadata on Tumblr blog photos.
I’m sure you guys have seen Flickr’s equally-interesting Camera Finder page, which is used as a sort of talking point by Apple fans due to the iPhone dominance; this was a similar examination, though with seriously different results. Tumblr’s analysis also takes a look at the lenses being used by the Canon users, a metric more interesting to gearheads than tech buffs. This kind of information is a dream come true for people who like to transmute raw data into conclusions.
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