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Nov 12, 2015 10:38 |  #7021

My attempt at the 1st one.


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Nov 12, 2015 10:59 as a reply to  @ post 17780988 |  #7022

Dave, in just a few outings with this lens, I have gotten results I could only dream about before. Something magical. Like Phil Lesh's book title "searching for the sound", that is me searching for the image quality I see in my head. This lens is getting me way closer to that. My first L and not my last. I am already looking at another here on the forum!


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Nov 12, 2015 11:03 |  #7023

edmidlifecrisis wrote in post #17781037 (external link)
Dave, in just a few outings with this lens, I have gotten results I could only dream about before. Something magical. Like Phil Lesh's book title "searching for the sound", that is me searching for the image quality I see in my head. This lens is getting me way closer to that. My first L and noty last.

I live my Tammy, especially for the price but your images with the 400 and images I see with the 500 have that little bit extra. I can't do anything right now but hopefully in the spring before bird season gets here I can. I'll keep the Tammy tho, it is a good lens.


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Nov 12, 2015 11:13 |  #7024

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Yeah. That 12,800 ISO game I was maxed out at F4. Best I could do was 1/500 and you can still see motion blur in the hands and feet. That day I learned the meaning of a fast lens ;-)a

I've gotten to where when it gets dark, I set my shutter on 1/1250 (or 1/1000 when the light is really bad) with an aperture of F 2.8 and with the ISO on auto-ISO. I'll take whatever ISO I get if I can stop the action with no motion blur.

I actually screwed up a little last game. I had my aperture set at F 3.2 when there was a little light and forgot to open it up to F 2.8 when it got dark. Shot the whole thing on F 3.2.

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Nov 12, 2015 11:16 as a reply to  @ McNeese72's post |  #7025

I do that sometimes when wildlife or concert shooting and light is poor. Need control over shutter and aperture and let ISO fall wherever.


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Nov 12, 2015 11:27 |  #7026

My attempt resulted in an image very similar to Doc's, with a bit more noise reduction.

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Nov 12, 2015 19:07 |  #7027

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I think Pondrader knew I came to CR hoping for one owl. Here is my second one. We heard them long before we found them but thankfully I could stay on the road (snakes you know). This Black and White was min. 40 feet up the tree and the tree was min 30 feet from where I set up the tripod. Me, thrilled to have imaged 2 owls....

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very nice mm incredible patterning on that owl - bit different to the ones that live on my patch - and mate whats a few snakes between you and the shot of a lifetime with heavy jeans and high ankle army boots on we kick em out the way in aus  :p - although admittedly those big bushmasters do look a touch worrying :rolleyes:

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- and may i say some of you guys (i.e doc, ts, etc ) are in a different league with your noise reduction and sharpening in LR and PS - just incredible


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Nov 12, 2015 19:40 as a reply to  @ patrol50's post |  #7028

^thank you very much Patrol. We walked tonight for an hour in the rain to no avail....I think I might prefer Sun and dry with snakes to pouring rain...but it was the first test for me carrying the 7Dii in serious wet. We'll how it fires up in the a.m.


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Nov 12, 2015 20:23 |  #7029

I posted a couple photographs on the 7D2 focus thread, but I have to tell you... I am relieved. I rolled back my 7D2's firmware to 1.0.4 after discussing this with Canon.

My 7D2 is back being magical for me again. The 7D2/100-400ii combo is the best thing to happen to me and my photography. I'm glad it's back performing like it used to.

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Nov 12, 2015 23:39 |  #7030


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Nov 12, 2015 23:44 |  #7031

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I like the WB best on this iteration, it got rid of the magenta cast that we had seen on the Helmut and other places. Motta love the way the color noise cleans up on the 7dii with near 0 image degradation.




  
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Nov 13, 2015 02:11 |  #7032

Eurasian nuthatch.
Thought I´d upload this as I suppose its interesting on a couple of points. Iso 6400 and the EF 100-400 IS LII plus the mark 3 extender. Not the greatest pic in the world but I guess its not a bad demo of highish ISO on the 7D2 and the extender combo.


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Nov 13, 2015 05:21 |  #7033

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Nov 13, 2015 05:38 |  #7034

Very cool sequence!


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Nov 13, 2015 05:41 |  #7035

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Great detail, even with the extender and ISO 6400. :-)


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