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Jul 01, 2014 01:57 |  #3706

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70 mm x1.6= 112 full frame equivalent

I've always thought FF = 1:1 whereas Crop = 1:1.6
so a 70mm is a 70mm on a FF
That's why there's such a controversy about crop having longer reach (FOV) than FF. At least my way of thinking. Maybe we're saying the same thing... :-)


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Jul 01, 2014 02:08 |  #3707

the operative word when using crop sensor camera is full frame equivalent, so when using a 70 mm on a 7D it becomes 112 mm equivalent


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Jul 01, 2014 02:17 |  #3708

tonyniev wrote in post #17004604 (external link)
the operative word when using crop sensor camera is full frame equivalent, so when using a 70 mm on a 7D it becomes 112 mm equivalent

Like I said from my last comment I think we were talking about the same thing. I was just wording it differently.


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Jul 01, 2014 10:10 |  #3709

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I may go watch the fireworks tomorrow. I'm going to use my Tamron 90mm f2.8 and 7D. I'm probably less than a km away. I'll have a tripod handy.

start me off please.

Sir Jun kumusta? I just bought the Tamron 90mm f2.8 wants to do a little bit of macro although I would like to use this lens for portrait shots also. I have not really use it yet, I just got back my Tamron 150-600mm with the new firmware and I am still testing it. Did you sent yours for upgrade or you don't need to?

I am confused reading the above few posts. :) well it is what it is :)


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Jul 01, 2014 11:28 |  #3710

we are saying the same thing :-)


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Jul 01, 2014 11:36 |  #3711

3.2 seconds shutter speed better this one was at iso and F8 iso 100 24 mm, I used the 5D2 and 24-105 mm lens

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Jul 01, 2014 11:40 |  #3712

Awesome and perfect shot. Thanks for sharing setting I might have to try this too this 4th.


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Jul 01, 2014 12:37 |  #3713

tonyniev wrote in post #17005278 (external link)
we are saying the same thing :-)

:lol::lol::lol: I'm funny that way. I remember one time, a stranger asked me "Is that seat taken?" I responded no. Then he said "do you mind if I sit there". And I answered yes. From the look on his face I realized my mistake. What I meant was Yes, I don't mind. So my apologies for making you scratched your head :D I'm a bit English dyslexic you might say.


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Jul 01, 2014 13:03 |  #3714

Peter2516 wrote in post #17005103 (external link)
Sir Jun kumusta? I just bought the Tamron 90mm f2.8 wants to do a little bit of macro although I would like to use this lens for portrait shots also. I have not really use it yet, I just got back my Tamron 150-600mm with the new firmware and I am still testing it. Did you sent yours for upgrade or you don't need to?

I am confused reading the above few posts. :) well it is what it is :)

Wala lang maraming ibon dito sa Alberta so I got the Tamron 90mm for macro. I really love it. Last weekend we took my nephews boys to the Land of Dinosaurs (Drumheller, AB) and used it inside the museum and I was happy with the amount of keepers. I wasn't getting much luck using the incamera flash so all were done with no flash. No doubt it's a good portrait. The only negative for me is that I think it's a bit long for family gatherings (unless you like all head shots :D ) . But I guess that's what portrait is LoL.

I got the 150-600mm 3 weeks ago so I hope I really have the new f/w (it seems to respond the way you guys were talking about it on the other thread but it be nice to know for sure ) and I think I like it more than my 100-400. I realized the debate over IQ but to me reach is more important. My other nephew is "all Canon" so I may sell the 100-400mm to him to recoup the cost of the Tamron. I'm also a little disappointed that it does not work with my 1.4TC.

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Awesome and perfect shot. Thanks for sharing setting I might have to try this too this 4th.

I agree wholeheartedly. Already saved it on OneNote :D


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Jul 01, 2014 14:18 |  #3715

Nice to hear you like the Tamron 90mm I am going to keep it then and thanks for the info sir Jun. I am glad that you also like Tamron. If you only got it 3 weeks for sure you have the new firmware, lucky you you don't have to wait that long. Some people had waited 4 months. Sana dumami ulit ibon diyan.


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Jul 01, 2014 16:37 |  #3716

Nice fireworks images folks.

Many may be surprised by this but this is my first owl, ever. So pardon the rather ugly image quality.

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Philippine scops owls prey at night on insects. They live alone or in monogamous pairs. They breed throughout the year, laying clutches of 1-2 eggs. They nest in trees holes in lowland forests of Luzon, Catanduanes and Marinduque.

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Jul 02, 2014 09:31 as a reply to  @ dolina's post |  #3717

Paolo, that's a treat. I've never seen an owl from Philippines before. I bet it was hard to see. He's so well camouflage. TFS

UPDATE on my fireworks. That 90mm was not right for the distance. I only wanted to use it for the speed but I am too close. I should have brought the 17-85 like I was thinking. Anyways no keepers. Decided to just enjoy the show.


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Jul 02, 2014 12:16 as a reply to  @ Canajun's post |  #3718

Hello from Kuwait mga kababayan! :D

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Jul 04, 2014 16:05 as a reply to  @ 4g63's post |  #3719

H A P P Y
4TH
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Jul 04, 2014 17:52 |  #3720

^^ +1, happy 4th to our neighbour down south :)


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