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Jan 02, 2014 05:58 as a reply to  @ post 16391228 |  #2986

Another gull!

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Jan 02, 2014 06:52 |  #2987

nice photos all


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Jan 02, 2014 09:35 |  #2988

just tried multi-shot NR on this camera, quite surprised with the result.


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Jan 02, 2014 10:23 |  #2989

Is there some backfocus on the lens , i see that the back/rear of the motorcycles are
sharp and the front a little bit off, which focus option did you use?


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Jan 02, 2014 11:33 |  #2990

^^^

Only used center-focus but note that I am fairly close to the subject around 15-20 ft at f2.8 and they are moving very fast.


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Jan 02, 2014 11:44 |  #2991

OuttaCtrl wrote in post #16571803 (external link)
^^^

Only used center-focus but note that I am fairly close to the subject around 15-20 ft at f2.8 and they are moving very fast.

I would say to use the central area of AF points rather than the one centre point. I would also increase the aperture to maybe f/8 / f/11 because you would be surprised how narrow the dof is. Here's a couple I took using these settings:

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Jan 02, 2014 12:57 as a reply to  @ JasonC007's post |  #2992

I see you are on 400 in shutter speed, in my experience with panning 320 to 400 in shutterspeed gives the best results in a high speed pass, cornering low speed
can be taken with lower shutterspeeds but takes a lot of practice. Motion blur
is common at lower shutterspeeds.
200 mm focal length = 200*1.6 (crop) = 1/320 sec

Nice pictures Jason


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Jan 02, 2014 13:13 |  #2993

JasonC007 wrote in post #16571836 (external link)
I would say to use the central area of AF points rather than the one centre point. I would also increase the aperture to maybe f/8 / f/11 because you would be surprised how narrow the dof is. Here's a couple I took using these settings:...

Thank Jason I will try that. The other variable is that I would be worried about is the area itself is highly shaded and setting the aperture to 8 or 11 would make the image darker. I try to stay between ISO 200-250 and not to go as far as ISO 600. What is your thoughts. Thanks again.


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Jan 02, 2014 13:38 |  #2994

OuttaCtrl wrote in post #16572038 (external link)
Thank Jason I will try that. The other variable is that I would be worried about is the area itself is highly shaded and setting the aperture to 8 or 11 would make the image darker. I try to stay between ISO 200-250 and not to go as far as ISO 600. What is your thoughts. Thanks again.

Motion blur cannot be fixed but noise from a higher ISO can. On a recent rally I went to I was using very high ISOs from between 1600 and 10,000. Your quite lucky in that you could go down to f/2.8, my lens doesn't go that low so I have no choice but to use a higher ISO, not only that but my lens is at it's sharpest at around f/8 so it makes it even worse! If light is bad then by all means use f/2.8 but you'll need to make sure your focusing on the area you want sharp because otherwise you will end up with one end of the bike being out of focus.


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Jan 02, 2014 14:09 as a reply to  @ JasonC007's post |  #2995

Here is Today's Wild Iguana Fiesta. It was near Perfect weather for these guys so they were everywhere. I was also able to finally Micro Adjust the 55-250mm STM last night which resulted in insane Sharpness. Very Surprised.

Iguana on the top of the Complex Roof

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Jan 02, 2014 14:34 |  #2996

JasonC007 wrote in post #16572084 (external link)
Motion blur cannot be fixed but noise from a higher ISO can. On a recent rally I went to I was using very high ISOs from between 1600 and 10,000. Your quite lucky in that you could go down to f/2.8, my lens doesn't go that low so I have no choice but to use a higher ISO, not only that but my lens is at it's sharpest at around f/8 so it makes it even worse! If light is bad then by all means use f/2.8 but you'll need to make sure your focusing on the area you want sharp because otherwise you will end up with one end of the bike being out of focus.

Thanks for the advice. I will certainly try it this weekend.


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Jan 02, 2014 15:30 as a reply to  @ OuttaCtrl's post |  #2997

Some pics from my Portugal trip. All 18-135 STM lens (which I really starting to like a lot).

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Jan 02, 2014 16:17 |  #2998

Four years. That's how long I've been trying to get a couple of good shots of a Snowy Owl.
Today, I got a couple.

He's got a thing going on with his right eye, but it's still a Snowy.

70D with a Canon 300L F2.8is with a Canon 2x tc.

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Jan 02, 2014 16:20 as a reply to  @ davev's post |  #2999

Nice Hermelin - great to see another country :-)

Dave - you must be very patient. That owl is a bit of a hoot :-)


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Jan 02, 2014 16:50 |  #3000

great shots and IQ, all!


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