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Oct 21, 2013 06:09 as a reply to  @ post 16386512 |  #5641

Headed out to the Muriwai Gannet Colony tonight to shoot a timelapse of the sunset to Milky Way. I have installed the latest nightly build of Magic Lantern for the 6D, and I find this one very stable! Excellent :) I did however botch the first part of the TL, new settings in ML meant I had to pre-set some stuff, which I didn't. Oh well, results were still pretty good IMHO :cool:

Sunset shot - downloaded to my iPhone during the shoot, edited in Snapseed:

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Milky Way showing up for the shoot :)
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And a 10 shot panorama, shot in portrait at 16mm (EF-S 10-22mm lens)
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Oct 21, 2013 07:43 |  #5642

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Oct 21, 2013 07:56 as a reply to  @ TheCor's post |  #5643

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Oct 21, 2013 10:21 |  #5644

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Oct 21, 2013 10:31 |  #5645

NCHANT wrote in post #16386793 (external link)
Headed out to the Muriwai Gannet Colony tonight to shoot a timelapse of the sunset to Milky Way. I have installed the latest nightly build of Magic Lantern for the 6D, and I find this one very stable! Excellent :) I did however botch the first part of the TL, new settings in ML meant I had to pre-set some stuff, which I didn't. Oh well, results were still pretty good IMHO :cool:

Sunset shot - downloaded to my iPhone during the shoot, edited in Snapseed:
Milky Way showing up for the shoot :)
And a 10 shot panorama, shot in portrait at 16mm (EF-S 10-22mm lens)

Mighty beautiful shots Mike. :)


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Oct 21, 2013 16:46 |  #5646

24-70mm F2.8L

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Oct 21, 2013 19:11 |  #5647


huge wow, these images are awesome!




  
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Oct 21, 2013 19:17 |  #5648

ptcanon3ti wrote in post #16387370 (external link)
Mighty beautiful shots Mike. :)

Than you :) can't wait to process more from last night, also have a huge backlog of shots from the weekend to do as well.

Patrick n wrote in post #16388604 (external link)
huge wow, these images are awesome!

Thanks Patrick :)


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Oct 21, 2013 21:42 |  #5649

I'm torn on a new portrait lens for the 6D... I'm looking at the 85/1.8, 100/2, 100/2.8 Macro and 135/2.8 SF. Ultimately I know I want the 135L and I prefer to shoot at 50mm most of the time... so I'm torn. I'm thinking that an 85mm will compliment my 35/2 nicely if I want to go with a light 2 lens setup for a day outing, but I also know that when my 50mm is in the bag a 100 or 135mm would be a better compliment to that... thoughts?


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Oct 21, 2013 21:58 |  #5650

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #16388953 (external link)
I'm torn on a new portrait lens for the 6D... I'm looking at the 85/1.8, 100/2, 100/2.8 Macro and 135/2.8 SF. Ultimately I know I want the 135L and I prefer to shoot at 50mm most of the time... so I'm torn. I'm thinking that an 85mm will compliment my 35/2 nicely if I want to go with a light 2 lens setup for a day outing, but I also know that when my 50mm is in the bag a 100 or 135mm would be a better compliment to that... thoughts?

Sold my 135 F2 and regret it everyday :confused:

I have the 85 F1.8 but have yet to use it on my 6D, but will soon and anticipate great results as it's done beautifully on my 60D and 5D2.

As for the 100 macro, i finally picked up the L version after owning the non L for ages. It's almost terrifying how sharp it is no matter what camera you mount it to. It's definitely an awesome multipurpose lens.

As far as the 100 f2 goes...i've never had the pleasure of testing this lens but have heard great things about it and that it is a highly underrated lens.

Difficult choices are difficult. I almost feel focal length wise the 135 may give you the range you're aiming for, but my opinion is 1 and 7.5 billion. I'm sure many others on here will give you better advice :)


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Oct 21, 2013 22:39 |  #5652

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Sold my 135 F2 and regret it everyday :confused:

I have the 85 F1.8 but have yet to use it on my 6D, but will soon and anticipate great results as it's done beautifully on my 60D and 5D2.

As for the 100 macro, i finally picked up the L version after owning the non L for ages. It's almost terrifying how sharp it is no matter what camera you mount it to. It's definitely an awesome multipurpose lens.

As far as the 100 f2 goes...i've never had the pleasure of testing this lens but have heard great things about it and that it is a highly underrated lens.

Difficult choices are difficult. I almost feel focal length wise the 135 may give you the range you're aiming for, but my opinion is 1 and 7.5 billion. I'm sure many others on here will give you better advice :)

Well, I've been thinking about it a lot and I think I am going to go with the 85mm since when doing my first studio shoot the other night with my 24-105 I stuck around 85mm the whole shoot, and the 85mm will effectively become a 135(136)mm lens when used on my EOS M. That and as I said, I know almost without a doubt I want the 135L within the next couple of years. Now I'm adding another variable though since I can get the Bower (Samyang) 85mm for $250 new, which is over $100 less than the EF 85/1.8 and pretty much every review says it's a (far) better lens... idk though, I have zero issues with MF, but my 35mm is my only other AF prime so having a 2 prime combo with AF could be useful...

I've posted this question in other threads already and I know it's a dead horse... but if anyone has experience with both and can give me an honest opinion between the EF 85/1.8 and Samyang 85/1.4 that'd be awesome :cool: I'm beating my brain with this...


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Oct 22, 2013 00:06 |  #5653

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Oct 22, 2013 00:08 |  #5654

Nice bokeh there!!

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Oct 22, 2013 03:36 |  #5655

NCHANT wrote in post #16386793 (external link)
Headed out to the Muriwai Gannet Colony tonight to shoot a timelapse of the sunset to Milky Way. I have installed the latest nightly build of Magic Lantern for the 6D, and I find this one very stable! Excellent :) I did however botch the first part of the TL, new settings in ML meant I had to pre-set some stuff, which I didn't. Oh well, results were still pretty good IMHO :cool:

No wonder we haven't seen you on T3i so much :-) Awesome shots Mike!!


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