I searched and searched, and didn't see a thread for this lens that nobody cares for apparently
Shot with a 1Ds Mark III, both photos at f/4
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S.Horton wrote in post #6548116
Here's ~100% crop showing the bokeh of the 400 DO.
This is the famous "doughnut" look in the extreme. I rarely see this impact.
Doesn't look any worse than my 100-400mm or the 300 f/4
Unprocessed wildlife, not on hand -- But, I promise, when I (finally) get moving through all of the Yellowstone pics, sure, I can post a couple just for this thread. (EDIT: See above, shot two wildlife tests, posted 22 Feb 09)
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Oct 23, 2008 22:23 as a reply to S.Horton's post |
I'll keep my eyes on this thread then. The light weight and native 400mm is what keeps me interested in this lens vs. the 300 2.8 with TC. The high price is hard to swallow though (but then so is the 300 2.8's price)
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Feb 07, 2009 20:24 as a reply to Recon Photojournalist's post |
You can see small fish leaping from the jaws of these bubble feeding humpback whales.
Crop from a similar image:
The above were taken with a 5D, the following, a 10D
Just found this thread, will contribute a couple of ducks.
These were fairly distant, about 40% crops. 50D, 400DO w/1.4X, ISO 400, f/7.1, 1/640 sec, Partial metering +1/3 EC, handheld. I always shoot handheld and the 1.4X is always on this lens. Only had the 50D a couple months, love it with this lens. The entire rig weighs 7lbs and is 18" long.
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