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    Re: Canon 60D User Club

    Advertise here
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    how to know the "dead pixel" hoh? and,more than 2%?

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    Re: Canon 60D User Club

    Quote Originally Posted by doug60d View Post
    how to know the "dead pixel" hoh? and,more than 2%?
    Test for dead pixels : Left lens-cap on, set camera to exposure 30 seconds black-out image at varies ISO settings.

    Fix for dead Pixels : Set camera to perform sensor cleaning mode manually (not auto) for one minute. You only execute the function, not exactly performing the whole sensor cleaning procedure.

    Magically, the sensor cleaning task should shake the stuck pixels off, if not, repeat couple more times until it does. Otherwise, time to call the technical support.

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    Re: Canon 60D User Club

    Quote Originally Posted by vittaya boon View Post
    thanks for the tips.. ^__^
    so... 60d and 15-85 will cost me more than 5k..
    will take a few more months saving...


    It's ok to wait coz you won't regret it with this lens. Next, you might want to invest in the prime lenses like 50mm 1.4 or the 85mm. Then you're set. That's what I'm trying to do now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fajri View Post
    Test for dead pixels : Left lens-cap on, set camera to exposure 30 seconds black-out image at varies ISO settings.

    Fix for dead Pixels : Set camera to perform sensor cleaning mode manually (not auto) for one minute. You only execute the function, not exactly performing the whole sensor cleaning procedure.

    Magically, the sensor cleaning task should shake the stuck pixels off, if not, repeat couple more times until it does. Otherwise, time to call the technical support.
    good sharing!
    "there aRe no rules, only results"

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    Quote Originally Posted by fajri View Post
    Test for dead pixels : Left lens-cap on, set camera to exposure 30 seconds black-out image at varies ISO settings.

    Fix for dead Pixels : Set camera to perform sensor cleaning mode manually (not auto) for one minute. You only execute the function, not exactly performing the whole sensor cleaning procedure.

    Magically, the sensor cleaning task should shake the stuck pixels off, if not, repeat couple more times until it does. Otherwise, time to call the technical support.

    Erm,30second is 30" on the shutter speed right? If 1/30 mean how? I've done taking the pic with lens-cap on and, all is black..
    No other colours.. Mean that? The pixel is not dead?

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    hmmmm, haven meet the problem with Deal pixel after 1 month of having my 60D, satisfied with 60D performance as my 2nd Gears

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    Quote Originally Posted by doug60d View Post
    Erm,30second is 30" on the shutter speed right? If 1/30 mean how? I've done taking the pic with lens-cap on and, all is black..
    No other colours.. Mean that? The pixel is not dead?
    yup... you can spot the dead pixel if get clean black means less than 2% dead pixel..

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    60D user with Canon 50mm F1.4

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    Re: Canon 60D User Club

    60D owner pls check this out.....if you need to redeem it...

    http://www.canon.com.my/section/even...demption_2.jsp

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloh View Post
    60D owner pls check this out.....if you need to redeem it...

    http://www.canon.com.my/section/even...demption_2.jsp
    yup.. i did it....together with EX Speedlite.... thanks

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    Re: Canon 60D User Club

    I just noticed that the JPGs produced by 60D has a DPI of 72. Isn't that all Canon camera has a 180DPI ?

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    Re: Canon 60D User Club

    Just got my 60d. The model is selling fast with a number of shops running out of stock. Downloaded the manual from the canon website in PDF format into my IPhone using IBooks apps and reading it on the go n whenever I am free...324 pages long!

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    Re: Canon 60D User Club

    Quote Originally Posted by angpheayrong View Post
    60D user with Canon 50mm F1.4
    Prime lens! What's the price and how's the IQ?

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    Re: Canon 60D User Club

    Hi guys,
    I'm new here. Need a piece of advice as I'm hesitating to choose between kit lens 18-135 or kit lens 18-200. My plan is to play with kit lens first then only see which lens I want to buy next. Pros and cons between these 2 lenses please?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Canon 60D User Club

    Quote Originally Posted by OhNooy View Post
    Hi guys,
    I'm new here. Need a piece of advice as I'm hesitating to choose between kit lens 18-135 or kit lens 18-200. My plan is to play with kit lens first then only see which lens I want to buy next. Pros and cons between these 2 lenses please?

    Thanks!
    It also depends on what range you like to shoot. If you shoot a lot between 100mm and 200mm, then buying the 18-135. If you only rarely shoot in that range, you'd end up paying extra for a range you don't really use, if you buy the 18-200.

    18-135 : a balanced, allround lens
    18-200 : extra Zoom and extra cost

    The 18-200 has a great range but it is slow with it's f/5.6 max aperture.
    longest zoom need wider f/stop... try 70-200mm f/2.8 but yes.. it's more expansive!

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    Re: Canon 60D User Club

    any update price for 60d?? me WTB

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    Re: Canon 60D User Club

    Quote Originally Posted by fajri View Post
    It also depends on what range you like to shoot. If you shoot a lot between 100mm and 200mm, then buying the 18-135. If you only rarely shoot in that range, you'd end up paying extra for a range you don't really use, if you buy the 18-200.

    18-135 : a balanced, allround lens
    18-200 : extra Zoom and extra cost

    The 18-200 has a great range but it is slow with it's f/5.6 max aperture.
    longest zoom need wider f/stop... try 70-200mm f/2.8 but yes.. it's more expansive!
    Thanks for your kind reply. I think I would go for 18-200 then, as the funding to go 70-200 f/2.8 is kind of far as for now. Anyway, that 70-200 is one of my dream, I love wildlife shooting. So maybe by the time I'm able to get 70-200, only I put this 18-200 to rest. Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhNooy View Post
    Thanks for your kind reply. I think I would go for 18-200 then, as the funding to go 70-200 f/2.8 is kind of far as for now. Anyway, that 70-200 is one of my dream, I love wildlife shooting. So maybe by the time I'm able to get 70-200, only I put this 18-200 to rest. Thanks again.
    no prob dude.. enjoy shooting...!

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    Re: Canon 60D User Club

    Quote Originally Posted by hanen87 View Post
    I just noticed that the JPGs produced by 60D has a DPI of 72. Isn't that all Canon camera has a 180DPI ?
    Can someone confirm this ? Or there's something wrong with my setting ?

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    Re: Canon 60D User Club

    Hai..just got my 60D with 18-200 lens..
    My first DSLR..

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