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Jan 27, 2016 02:47 |  #7621

Wow never seen a light leak this bad!

I must say, i remember the canon 16-35Lii was very prone to such things back when i had it. I had a lot of optical artifacts when shooting long exposures with that lens or when shooting into the sun. Im happy i switched to sony, as the sony 16-35 is fantastic while canon, 2 years after my switch, still hasnt come up with a high quality wide angle lens other than the tiltshifts...


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Jan 27, 2016 02:56 |  #7622

Been a while since my last post in this thread.

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Returned a few hours later.

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Jan 27, 2016 03:15 |  #7623

xpfloyd wrote in post #17874528 (external link)
you have to take the eye cup off your camera. The cover that's on the strap then slides on. Its a bit of a faff so I just cover the camera instead

Yes I've tried to do that and failed - covering the lot makes sense.


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Jan 27, 2016 03:59 |  #7624

palad1n wrote in post #17873308 (external link)
Hello Rosey!
how are you? :) I see your 70D works flawlessly, have your accuired any new special lenses recently?:)

Hi ☺
Ummmm new lenses - let me think. Probably the samyang fisheye, but latest is helios mk 44/2 50 which as you would likely know is a Russian vintage lens mass produced around the eighties. My copy has the Olympic insignia on it. Difficult to use after AF but heaps of fun, and love the bokeh!

At some stage would like to get a slightly longer one.

Great b to see your work Asian ☺


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Jan 27, 2016 04:00 |  #7625

xpfloyd wrote in post #17874528 (external link)
you have to take the eye cup off your camera. The cover that's on the strap then slides on. Its a bit of a faff so I just cover the camera instead

Ah - that so makes sense. If you took the eye cover off - whoops where is it!


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Jan 27, 2016 04:57 |  #7626

roseyposey wrote in post #17874569 (external link)
Ah - that so makes sense. If you took the eye cover off - whoops where is it!

Yeah that's another pitfall of the system. I would definately loose the cup!


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Jan 27, 2016 05:52 as a reply to  @ roseyposey's post |  #7627

I recently bought Samyang 14mm f/2.8, which is manual AF only and I struggle with focusing as well, but i have to say Samyang lenses truly shocked me how sharp and optically flawless they are for such low price.

Helios 44/2 is very popular lens here in Europe, bokeh is very unique and many people are in love with that lens :)

Looking forward to see your long exposure work here ;-)a

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Jan 27, 2016 06:33 |  #7628

Love this thread. Just beginning my adventures with the Big Stopper - first attempt:

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Jan 27, 2016 09:44 |  #7629

palad1n wrote in post #17874625 (external link)
I recently bought Samyang 14mm f/2.8, which is manual AF only and I struggle with focusing as well, but i have to say Samyang lenses truly shocked me how sharp and optically flawless they are for such low price.

Helios 44/2 is very popular lens here in Europe, bokeh is very unique and many people are in love with that lens :)

Looking forward to see your long exposure work here ;-)a

My latest yesterday shooting (HDR)


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Jan 27, 2016 09:45 as a reply to  @ troehr's post |  #7630

Thanks for the feedback.


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Jan 27, 2016 14:31 as a reply to  @ CoolYota's post |  #7631

Amazing shots! 2nd pic is my fav.




  
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Jan 28, 2016 15:05 |  #7632

Thanks for the info everybody. That's funny that you say that davidfarina, it's only visible when I stack my Lee big and little stoppers and on my 16-35 2.8. Lol.


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Jan 28, 2016 16:10 |  #7633

ACESFULL82 wrote in post #17876622 (external link)
Thanks for the info everybody. That's funny that you say that davidfarina, it's only visible when I stack my Lee big and little stoppers and on my 16-35 2.8. Lol.

but think about it...you are stacking two dark ND filters...that means your exposure is going to be pretty long...that just means more chances for light to get in. I never saw much light leak under 1 minute, once I started shooting longer than that I started to see it more, and became much more aware of it. I always thought that if the sun wasn't behind you glaring into the viewfinder you were ok...and that just isn't the case.

Right now I just use a "Storm Jacket" camera cover...I need to get back to my R&D on an LE shooters camera cover system that makes it easy to work...just been too busy with work.


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Jan 28, 2016 16:21 |  #7634

TRhoads wrote in post #17876701 (external link)
but think about it...you are stacking two dark ND filters...that means your exposure is going to be pretty long...that just means more chances for light to get in. I never saw much light leak under 1 minute, once I started shooting longer than that I started to see it more, and became much more aware of it. I always thought that if the sun wasn't behind you glaring into the viewfinder you were ok...and that just isn't the case.

Right now I just use a "Storm Jacket" camera cover...I need to get back to my R&D on an LE shooters camera cover system that makes it easy to work...just been too busy with work.

Yeah. I know I just never really paid attention. I should pay more attention when shooting. Lol.


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Jan 28, 2016 19:20 |  #7635

ACESFULL82 wrote in post #17876622 (external link)
Thanks for the info everybody. That's funny that you say that davidfarina, it's only visible when I stack my Lee big and little stoppers and on my 16-35 2.8. Lol.

Well what i had was different to what you showed. It has beautiful sunstars but i found the flare to be so bad that i didnt shoot with the sun in the frame anymore. The sony has never failed me but i heard that the canon f/4 IS is even slightly better.


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