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Nov 10, 2015 13:23 |  #4231

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Nov 10, 2015 14:49 |  #4232

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Nov 11, 2015 10:10 |  #4235

Nighthound wrote in post #17778882 (external link)
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I would love to know more details on these! Stunning...




  
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Nov 11, 2015 12:02 |  #4236

KainguLodge wrote in post #17779881 (external link)
I would love to know more details on these! Stunning...


Thanks. This Eastern Screech Owl(red morph) was photographed in a Live Oak tree not far from my home. The opening the owl is perched in is where a limb was cut off the tree quite a few years ago after a storm. Late in the day the owl would climb up from its slumber and perch in the sun to warm up before the night's hunt. I used the Canon 500L (f4) with the 1D Mark IV, and added the Canon 1.4 ver. II teleconverter for the first image.


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Nov 12, 2015 04:38 |  #4237

I posted these in the Wild Birds of Australia thread a while back, the first Welcome Swallow of the summer.

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And a Yellow Rumped Thornbill eyeing off some aphids on the roses.

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Did I ever say how much I like the 1DIV/300F2.8 + 1.4x combination?

A coupla bodies and a few lenses

  
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Nov 12, 2015 04:59 |  #4238

Just getting into Birds as a subject:-)

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Nov 12, 2015 07:26 |  #4239

graham121 wrote in post #17780748 (external link)
I posted these in the Wild Birds of Australia thread a while back, the first Welcome Swallow of the summer.

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Best swallow photo I've seen! Lucky you just coming into summer.


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Nov 14, 2015 04:43 |  #4240

The Australian grey kangaroo'the Buck'

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The guys can attack if provoked or mating season he was 6-8 mtrs away and was easily my height so I was very wary as he was!


I am liking this combo and it can only get better, the 400f 5.6 is up on ebay and has had 40 views and 7 watchers, when it goes a 1.4 converter and lens coat is on the cards.:-)

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Nov 14, 2015 04:45 |  #4241

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Nov 14, 2015 23:43 |  #4242

His Lordship catching the afternoon sun !!

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Nov 16, 2015 21:01 |  #4243

Maxdave wrote in post #17765438 (external link)
So true ... I know about a half a dozen people with a 1D (one has a 1D X, and the others have 1D4's) and all agree with you now, although none of us believed it before we got them ... and we can't really explain why.

I have had a 1DMkIIN & 1DIV & then this year, bought a 6D for travel. I am getting consistently sharper shots on the 6D compared to the same lenses on the 1DIV.

The 1DIV is not a fan of zooms & doesn't hold focus from minimum to maximum zoom which is pathetic considering the cost & Canon not fixing it when lenses & camera were sent in for calibration.

I haven't shot any action with the 6D so can't comment on focus for fast moving subjects but haven't used the MkIV since I got it.

A good example of how bad the 1DIV is:- when I put the Sigma f/1.4 50mm ART lens on, I have to microadjust +20 on the camera & +6 on the Sigma dock to get reasonable focus. On the 6D it is only +1 on the camera for razor sharp images @ f/1.4




  
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Nov 16, 2015 22:30 |  #4244

susitna wrote in post #17786661 (external link)
The 1DIV is not a fan of zooms & doesn't hold focus from minimum to maximum zoom......

A good example of how bad the 1DIV is:- when I put the Sigma f/1.4 50mm ART lens on, I have to microadjust +20 on the camera & +6 on the Sigma dock to get reasonable focus. On the 6D it is only +1 on the camera for razor sharp images @ f/1.4

I couldn't disagree more....shooting mine with the Canon 100-400 Mk 1, Canon 70-200 2.8 Mk 2 and now with the Canon 100-400 Mk2 and the camera rarely misses a beat.
There is something weird going on with yours.

The differences in micro adjust values is completely irrelevant and it is absolutely normal to get different values when mounting lens X to different camera bodies.

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Nov 17, 2015 02:06 |  #4245

RAW-Shooter wrote in post #17786752 (external link)
I couldn't disagree more....shooting mine with the Canon 100-400 Mk 1, Canon 70-200 2.8 Mk 2 and now with the Canon 100-400 Mk2 and the camera rarely misses a beat.
There is something weird going on with yours.

The differences in micro adjust values is completely irrelevant and it is absolutely normal to get different values when mounting lens X to different camera bodies.

Cheers.

I too would have to agree to disagree also. The one thing the MkIV was made for is action - fast action - and it does not disappoint. The only time I find mine struggles is acquiring focus on low-contrast moving subjects in low-light, whereas the 6D has the advantage in low-light as I understand it. I have a number of zooms I use on this body, and all produce very sharp results. I in fact was completely blown away with the results from a recently acquired Sigma 150-600 Sport, as I was worried about image quality having been spolied with the 70-200 IS II. Very impressed with the 150-600 results and am actually considering picking up another MkIV as I have a 7D and 5D that don't see much use anymore as my 5D MkII is brought along as back up most often. Wouldn't trade my MkIV for much, other than maybe a 1Dx :)


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