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Mish Mash – Canon R5 Review, New Nikon Z6ii & Z7ii

I have now been shooting with the R5 and R6 for three weeks. We discuss the pros and cons along with the new Nikon z6ii and z7ii plus the new Pixel 5, new iphones and review/edit your photos in the Lightroom Tips and Tricks section.

Table of Contents
Welcome 0:00
Lightroom Tips/Tricks 22:50
Photoshop Sky Replacement 36:03
Lightroom Tips/Tricks II 46:30
Lightroom Color Grading 55:00
EOS R5 Draft Review 1:04:07
Nikon Z6ii and Z7ii Early Thoughts 1:12:46
Pixel 5 – Boring? 1:26:48
iPhone 12 thoughts 1:29:36

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  1. Thank you so much for the video. I’m planning to purchase my very first DSLR which is Nikon D750 along with 85mm 1.8 + 50mm 1.8 G lens. I’m wondering is it still worth to buy this camera considering 5 years old?.

    Purpose of buying a camera is for taking Portraits, Still, Landscape, Bird, Product photography (learning) and of course my kids.

    It would be really great if you throw some lights on my concern to make a wise decision…. other options I have considered is Nikon D780 with one of the lens and Z6ii with the kit lens… apart from D780 and Z6ii I have been suggesting to go with D850 with the kit lens.

    Thank you and looking forward to your recommendation.

  2. there is an option in the Nikon to stop it from taking photos, if the card is missing – I set this all the time when I get a new Nikon – the feature is there for camera stores to have you play with it, without a card being needed

  3. Excellent show guys. I have a sunflower photo that needs a good sky background, and will definitely play with the sky replacement tool. Watching others tweak pix is always interesting. Friend of mine just got the r5 and rf800 and the f11 lens is shockingly good. I'm usually looking at his pbotos on my Note8, but very good.

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