Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by photoshadow, Mar 22, 2008.
Heres a few... Comments please
2 takes it for me.... things fall together better than the other shots in this one... a bit of grain in the first two pics, ur still using the xt with your 2.8 L arent you? whats the exif data? or atleast the iso if you remember what you shot it at?
They are all the same... Oh hey actually another question why on Manual mode can you only get an F stop of 3.2 and can't go lower??
also the 1st pic is cropped in quite abit...
I've never had that problem. sounds bizarre.
GO X GO!!
lol...sorry...had to throw that in there...
hahah i'm an Athletic photographer for them..
Its weird, it must be a setting for that F stop in Manual because on a friend XT she has like 4.5 but thats with a 3.5-5.6 lens... i don't know, i don't quite get it... it won't ever seem to go lower then 3.2 no matter what lens like a 50mm 1.8 or a 2.8 lens...
Athletic photographer FTW! lol ... I like to shoot other styles of photography but sport photography allways seems to do it for me though lol....
On my 300d does this too in manual... I usually go aperture priority mode though if I need it lower..
thats what i use too, but i found if i had shots that i had to be for sure right on i go manual becuase every now and then my focus points is too dark so it does too bright of a shot
I always could go down to 1.8 on my xt.
With my 70-200 f/2.8 IS lens on my XT, in AV I can get the 2.8 no problem. BUT it depends on the lighting and shutter speed etc. I often have to shoot in a dusty environment (indoor arena, sand floor, livestock, crappy mercury halide lighting) and that really messes with the sensors.
no no, i can get it down to 2.8 in AV mode but i mean in Manual
That's weird..you should probably switch to nikon then haha..
i would call canon and send your camera and lens in for repair.. that sounds like something is not working right.
hummm oh well.. no big...