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Jan 22, 2016 17:24 |  #4786

Been shooting birds last two days, needed a break-

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Jan 22, 2016 18:18 |  #4787

This is great!! ^^ Just got a 6D. I had a 5D to see if I liked the FF from my trusty 60D, I do!!
Cant wait to post!!


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Jan 22, 2016 18:46 |  #4788

I really miss my OM-D and tiny (but excellent) 60mm macro... But then I see the files, and it's okay again. :-)


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Jan 22, 2016 18:50 |  #4789

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #17868848 (external link)
Been shooting birds last two days, needed a break-

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Jan 22, 2016 19:23 |  #4790

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Jan 22, 2016 19:30 |  #4791

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Jan 22, 2016 19:48 as a reply to  @ post 17868764 |  #4792

Beautiful shot! You said you just got your 6D, did you step outside your home and take that picture?


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Jan 22, 2016 22:12 as a reply to  @ EightEleven's post |  #4793

8-11 congrats on your new 6D.
It is a phenomenal camera.
Truly the best way to get into FF.
I had a 5Diii as well. It sat and dusted over from
lack of use between my 6D and 7Dii.

When you get time look into Magic Lantern. I've been enjoying
ML on the 6D for almost 2 years now without a hitch. If for
no other reason than to have a fully functioning intervalometer
inside you camera that requires no extra batteries and you
cannot forget.


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Jan 23, 2016 08:26 |  #4794

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Jan 23, 2016 13:42 |  #4795

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Jan 23, 2016 14:20 |  #4796

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A favorite spot of mine. Missed getting here during fall and unfortunately, no snow fall in the area yet.
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Nicely composed and post processed. Water motion looks very cool.


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Jan 23, 2016 14:46 |  #4797

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Jan 23, 2016 16:28 |  #4798

Ursyn wrote in post #17869838 (external link)
Nicely composed and post processed. Water motion looks very cool.

Thanks for looking and commenting Adrian!




  
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Jan 23, 2016 22:10 |  #4799

Have any of you decided that you do not like the 24-105 after moving to full frame?

I loved the lens on my 60D and got several great shots with it, but I suppose that was only using the centers of the lens. Now that I'm using the 6D, I've noticed the incredible vignetting at the wide end and loss of sharpness at the edges; these are all facets of the lens that I never saw with my 60D.

My last trip to Bali was the first with the camera, and I was honestly a bit disappointed with several photos that I came back with. After searching through the images, I am leaning towards it being the lens as I've discovered a number of faults with it on full frame. A number of photos are also out of focus, but I blame that on me to learn the new camera better.

Has anyone experienced similar flaws? Or should I just chalk this up to the first trip out with the new camera and needing to learn to work around it? Do the 24-70 variants vignette much on the wide end? I do think that my next lens will be the 16-35 to have a better option for travel and landscape photos, but I'm working to learn the faults with what I have at the moment better.

EDIT - PS - I should mention that I did get some good keepers. I am in love with the dynamic range at mid-high ISO with the camera, which has been the biggest change I've noticed so far. There's still so much color and range in the photos when editing pictures at ISO1600 where I would be used to losing color depth on my crop cameras.


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Jan 23, 2016 22:52 |  #4800

GoHokiesGo wrote in post #17870265 (external link)
Have any of you decided that you do not like the 24-105 after moving to full frame?

I loved the lens on my 60D and got several great shots with it, but I suppose that was only using the centers of the lens. Now that I'm using the 6D, I've noticed the incredible vignetting at the wide end and loss of sharpness at the edges; these are all facets of the lens that I never saw with my 60D.

My last trip to Bali was the first with the camera, and I was honestly a bit disappointed with several photos that I came back with. After searching through the images, I am leaning towards it being the lens as I've discovered a number of faults with it on full frame. A number of photos are also out of focus, but I blame that on me to learn the new camera better.

Has anyone experienced similar flaws? Or should I just chalk this up to the first trip out with the new camera and needing to learn to work around it? Do the 24-70 variants vignette much on the wide end? I do think that my next lens will be the 16-35 to have a better option for travel and landscape photos, but I'm working to learn the faults with what I have at the moment better.

EDIT - PS - I should mention that I did get some good keepers. I am in love with the dynamic range at mid-high ISO with the camera, which has been the biggest change I've noticed so far. There's still so much color and range in the photos when editing pictures at ISO1600 where I would be used to losing color depth on my crop cameras.

It isn't so much that I do not like it. It is more a matter of the 24-70 f2.8 II being so much better that I am prepared to give up the little bit of extra reach from 70mm to 105mm for most occasions. I suppose that if I was travelling on an organised tour, I might opt for the 24-105 as a "carry everywhere" lens....... But then again, I might not. The 24-70 f2.8 II is just SO much better! :-)


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