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Current EQ:
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14 Jun 2012 9:02PM   Views : 6076 Unique : 203

Well I-phones do it.... 600D doesn`t.

Just an exaggerated bracketing feature and unless you install Magic Lantern maybe a little laborious but I am really interested.
It seems it is a marmite scenario, I can see the die hard`s POV but this is the 80`s! hang on.....
Will definitely do one soon just because.....
For? Against?



lobsterboy 13 14.9k 13 United Kingdom
15 Jun 2012 6:08AM
What is an exagerated bracketting feature ?

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15 Jun 2012 7:29AM
Taking maybe 7 different exposure shots and combining rather than combining the 3 auto exposure bracketing images?
Probably not the best terminology used in original post.
lobsterboy 13 14.9k 13 United Kingdom
15 Jun 2012 10:17AM
Oh I see - I suppose it would be handy to do it in one step rather than the 3 it takes me now.
Not sure I fancy updating the firmware for it though.
15 Jun 2012 5:55PM
Me neither Lobster. It will be a tripod affair with remote shutter, 7 raw images and into something like Photomatix. As I said I am very interested and I suppose better in 3 steps than the "potential" borking of your camera.

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