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David ­ Stallard
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Aug 14, 2017 12:15 as a reply to post 18427357 |  #4006

Normally it's not that visible BUT as soon as you start with the slow speed panning stuff they stick out like a sore thumb. Will see what CPS come back with.

.DAVID.


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David ­ Stallard
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Aug 14, 2017 12:46 |  #4007

Mixture of the 70-200 2.8 mk2 with the 1.4 extender and the 200-400.

One of the few circuits in the country where the only advantage of media accreditation is a lower PoV on certain parts of the circuit as there is NO going between the armco and fencing like everywhere else. So quite a challenge to line the lens up with the centre of the chain link gap.


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That will do, for here (sorry - photo overload) 'if' you fancy putting your feet up and switching the slideshow on whilst your drinking your tea / coffee the gallery's are:

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Thank you for looking,

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Aug 14, 2017 12:50 |  #4008

David Stallard wrote in post #18427407 (external link)
Normally it's not that visible BUT as soon as you start with the slow speed panning stuff they stick out like a sore thumb. Will see what CPS come back with.

.DAVID.

I had pretty bad oil spots on my sensor after the first couple of airshows that I did. It's much better now, but the spots still happen. At f/8, very few are visible; at f/20 many more spots can be seen. To help alleviate that, I use a 3-stop ND filter if the f/stop is getting too high.


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Aug 15, 2017 09:27 |  #4009

Any ideas please. I've just downloaded holiday photos from a number of cards. I set up so that it downloads to the holiday destination with the dates the pictures are taken as the sub file. Here's the problem two cards, one a Sandisk 64gb cfast card and the other a Lexar 32gb 1066 card with pictures taken on the same date but at different times both had the same file sequential file numbers. The only difference being that one card put a '_1' to the file so for example I've got one file taken on one card as C15I9515_1.CR2 and the next file taken with the other card as C15I9515.CR2. The two files, as was the case for all the pictures, were taken some hours apart so they are completely out of time sequence in the downloaded sub file. Don't understand how this can happen. Need a 1DXII experts help.


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Aug 15, 2017 21:29 |  #4010

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Aug 16, 2017 03:42 |  #4011

Love that first shot. Very unusual angle.


Camera, some lenses, too little time, too little talent

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Aug 16, 2017 03:48 as a reply to post 18427357 |  #4012

Same here, had two bodies from a Pre order both went back, CPS were asked to clean them but declined and said get them replaced, the one I have now (3rd) "seems" better, but then I fear checking it stopped down! I shoot mainly wide open so I just don't see any oil etc, saying that I have fitted a new focus screen to this one as the last had dust that just would not shift, I hate dust in my viewfinder! Love the camera but hate dust, even though dust is a fact of life! However if it affects your images it's a problem, however small imo.

Btw, GREAT pictures featured in here!

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Aug 16, 2017 19:07 |  #4013

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Aug 17, 2017 14:56 as a reply to post 18423694 |  #4014

Im on my third replacement camera body now and even that went in for repair as it packed up after only 900 images and a week of ownership.

This time they have replaced Main PCB and Power circuit board and touch wood it is still working ok now several thousand shots later.


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Aug 17, 2017 15:15 |  #4015

Three with the 1DX MKII and 300 f2.8 MKII from my annual visit to RAF Lakenheath.

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Aug 18, 2017 08:39 |  #4019

I just can't get enough pictures of Kingfishers...

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Aug 18, 2017 11:44 |  #4020

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I just can't get enough pictures of Kingfishers...

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That's it - I have officially gone off you. . . . . I think I saw a KF once, flew up the river but then it could have been a bit of dust in my eye! I have sat for hours where 'they' are supposed to be and nothing, near the top of my list of nemesis lol

Both really nice shots, Bravo!!!

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