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-= 70D owners unite! Post up pics and discuss!

 
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May 14, 2015 19:16 |  #10576

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Dave,
Are you using sigma 30mm non art one. DPP is not showing outer active points with sigma 30mm. It only recognize center active point. Looks like Sigma doesn't know full AF communication interface. Will Sigma fix this under warranty.
Thanks

Yes the lens is a Sigma 30mm f/1.4 non-art, about 3 years old, absolutely no issue with focus points on my 70D, images are razor sharp using any focus point.


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May 14, 2015 19:17 |  #10577

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Took some liberties with this one.

Gripped 6D, gripped 6D2, gripped 70D, 80D and a bag full of lenses.

  
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May 14, 2015 21:34 |  #10578

All the great images here have made me feel very guilty about neglecting the 70D lately, so I made time to shoot with it today. Thanks to all of you for the inspiration!!


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May 14, 2015 22:54 |  #10579

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May 15, 2015 07:09 |  #10580

evelakes wrote in post #17556334 (external link)
The Eagle landed in the middle of the field and saw my buddy for Prey, he ran towards my friend and then suddenly you see how massive these birds can be:eek:
All ended fine.


This is his burst until he really got uncomfortable.
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Great set Richard :) and the gif is awesome


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May 15, 2015 14:52 |  #10581

Messin' with the 60 mm EF-S.

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May 15, 2015 18:07 |  #10582

Baby spiders in the rain, and a bit of a bigger spider in the rain!

First one is of spiderlings - 3 images stacked (on the brown wheelie bin in the rain), the second is a larger female cross spider on the grey wheelie bin in the rain!

And yes, it was raining quite a bit as I stood there, getting wet, along with all my equipment, getting wet. And it was almost midnight too.

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May 15, 2015 21:14 |  #10583

Paul Iddon wrote in post #17557940 (external link)
Baby spiders in the rain, and a bit of a bigger spider in the rain!

First one is of spiderlings - 3 images stacked (on the brown wheelie bin in the rain), the second is a larger female cross spider on the grey wheelie bin in the rain!

And yes, it was raining quite a bit as I stood there, getting wet, along with all my equipment, getting wet. And it was almost midnight too.

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The dedication paid off with incredible images, Paul. The spiderling image is really unique (and superb)!


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May 15, 2015 21:40 |  #10584

Paul Iddon wrote in post #17557940 (external link)
Baby spiders in the rain, ...

And yes, it was raining quite a bit as I stood there, getting wet, along with all my equipment, getting wet. And it was almost midnight too.

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Paul.

Great image - Charlotte's Web.

Luckily the 70D has a degree of weather resistance...


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May 15, 2015 21:42 |  #10585

very nice - love the center detail. f/3.2 was a good choice ~

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May 15, 2015 22:41 |  #10586

Thanks, Will ! :-)




  
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May 16, 2015 02:42 |  #10587

Cheers guys - I didn't stay in the rain for more than a few minutes though. I'm not as weather resistant as a the camera, lol... :)

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May 16, 2015 04:08 |  #10588

Maybe rare with the 70D, but the 70D is a primo astro body, this shot from the backyard fraught with city light pollution, no filters and only 70 subs AT 15 (15 seconds)....light left this target 20 million years ago..OK not Hubble level but I'm very happy with the most capable of all EOS bodies -

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May 16, 2015 04:20 as a reply to  @ MedicineMan4040's post |  #10589

Holy Zoots - that's astounding. How did you know where to point? What lens?

Were you in the earth's upper stratosphere when you took it? ;-)a


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May 16, 2015 04:42 |  #10590

Haha! I wish I was way higher in altitude and way far from city lights but deal with what you've got :)
No lens/ I used an Astro Tech telescope, the AT65 refractor.
Where was easy. After aligning the scope with a Celestron Starsense I just typed in M51 the Whirlpool Galaxy, the mount then slewed to the target, got really close, I then dialed it in center....not an easy target for even much larger rigs but clouds were coming in and M51 was on the opposite side of the sky from the advancing clouds. Started the intervalometer and after an hour of capturing images stacked in DSS then off to Photoshop for the fine tuning. Hey it's not great but I'm not an astrophotographer....j​ust a photographer wanna be :)

Next job for the 70D is hummingbirds....the el cheapo Neewer remote wireless shutter release came in and it works with the 70D and the off camera flashes, so the hummingbird feeders have been stocked with nectar. Fingers crossed they come my way.


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