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Dec 05, 2014 19:17 |  #31

Love the pic of the jaguar. I've shot with my comparatively small 100-400mm at the zoo and got some looks too, lol. Great shots, thanks for sharing.


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Dec 05, 2014 19:21 |  #32

In case you missed that post.

Shaymus wrote in post #17314857 (external link)
Did you use a tripod or stand of some type?

JM Photos wrote in post #17098142 (external link)
All handheld using VC (vibration control). Yes, the 6D handles high ISO very well and the noise disappears completely with post processing. The VC is a little different than the IS on Canon lenses. It seemed to be a little weird at first but I got used to it quickly.

Really wonderful images. Cant wait to use mine more!


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Dec 05, 2014 19:35 |  #33

Awesome shots with that big Tammy.


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Dec 05, 2014 19:37 |  #34

I also have a 6D (an a 7D too), been thinking of getting this lens, but holding back for some unknown reason. I think your photos may have convinced me to move forward and get it.

Now I have to figure out if I want to sell off the 7D and my Sigma 120-400mm and the Sigma 17-50mm. Both lenses have performed very well for me.


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Dec 05, 2014 19:58 |  #35

TSmith8779 wrote in post #17314917 (external link)
I also have a 6D (an a 7D too), been thinking of getting this lens, but holding back for some unknown reason. I think your photos may have convinced me to move forward and get it.

Now I have to figure out if I want to sell off the 7D and my Sigma 120-400mm and the Sigma 17-50mm. Both lenses have performed very well for me.

I sold my 100-400 to get the Tammy 150-600. Well worth it.


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Dec 05, 2014 21:16 |  #36

Great set of images. Congratulations on the new lens.


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Dec 05, 2014 22:09 as a reply to  @ kelstar's post |  #37

Impressive image quality. My dream lens. Great Shots !!!




  
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Dec 05, 2014 22:21 |  #38

darthvedor wrote in post #17315190 (external link)
Impressive image quality. My dream lens. Great Shots !!!

Dream lens? This lens isn't anything too expensive or super special... My dream lens is a Canon 600mm f/4 :eek:


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