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Apr 24, 2016 07:06 |  #14296

FilipeM wrote in post #17982974 (external link)
http://cameradecision.​com …EOS-600D-vs-Canon-EOS-70D (external link)

hehehe :) it's the best i can tell you since im fairly new at photography

started with 1200D & got 70D a couple of months ago.... always used raw... :)

Ok, thank you very much :)




  
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Apr 24, 2016 07:09 |  #14297

awacsCZE wrote in post #17982978 (external link)
Yeah, I did AFMA a lot, but to me it seems, like it is everytime different. I AFMA a lens, leave it to my satisfaction and few days later, the same setting is bad. No I have -7 on 70mm end and -2 on 200mm and the longer end is just behaving weird. its circulating around -4 to 0 on the longer end and the image quality is not really good to me, but don´t know, if I want something, the 70D cant do.

Sorry you are having the issues. The majority of the time there is no need to adjust.
Maybe consider setting the AFMA to -0- and see how it is, go outside and shoot simple birds in trees and see where focus is.


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Apr 24, 2016 07:13 |  #14298

Immaculens wrote in post #17982982 (external link)
Sorry you are having the issues. The majority of the time there is no need to adjust.
Maybe consider setting the AFMA to -0- and see how it is, go outside and shoot simple birds in trees and see where focus is.

To me it seems like it handles differently, if the focused object is closer or further. Both zoomed to 200mm.




  
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Apr 24, 2016 07:29 as a reply to  @ awacsCZE's post |  #14299

i did have to do (got my brother to do it as i previously mentioned somewhere here) the AFMA/MFA for my Tamron 150-600mm

clearly visible difference... sharpier :D

since then have also used my brother's 70-200mm f/4 L USM ..... bokeh much!!!! no focus issues even without IS :-P


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Apr 24, 2016 08:59 |  #14300

FilipeM wrote in post #17982994 (external link)
i did have to do (got my brother to do it as i previously mentioned somewhere here) the AFMA/MFA for my Tamron 150-600mm

clearly visible difference... sharpier :D

since then have also used my brother's 70-200mm f/4 L USM ..... bokeh much!!!! no focus issues even without IS :-P

Yeah, problem is, that my 70-200 f/4 L was set for my ex 600D by Canon service, so now I have -7 at 70mm and it has to be there, or images are unsharp. But I guess it will be user error that photos are bad :D If only I know what I do wrong :D




  
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Apr 24, 2016 12:17 |  #14301

few more snaps from last week's wood duck.


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Apr 24, 2016 13:48 |  #14302

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Stopping to change settings may have meant missing the opportunity

Exactly!


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Apr 24, 2016 15:18 |  #14303

Well, I tried some photos from F3K contest :) Critique welcome, I want to know what I did wrong :) Is this normal performance of 70D with 70-200 f/4L? Is considered sharp? Is is considered as good technical quality, or is it bad?
Thank you :)

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Apr 24, 2016 20:30 |  #14304

A couple from this weekend :)

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Apr 24, 2016 22:54 |  #14305

Dows Lake, Ottawa, Ontario


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Apr 25, 2016 13:29 |  #14306

A couple I took in Whitby, Yorkshire, UK, today. Late sun, very windy and very, very cold. Snow forecast here tonight.


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Apr 25, 2016 13:36 |  #14307

Just ordered one :-)

Hopefully i can contribute some pics soon


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Apr 25, 2016 18:35 |  #14308

jabtas wrote in post #17984574 (external link)
Just ordered one :-)

Hopefully i can contribute some pics soon

It's a great camera, Tim, and I'm sure that you'll have wonderful pics to contribute ! :-)




  
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Apr 26, 2016 07:47 |  #14309

How do you like your eggs in the morning? (Not covered in the slime of slugs or snails then)? :)

1/250sec, f/11, ISO 160

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Apr 26, 2016 15:28 |  #14310

As I was looking for something to shoot in the poor cold weather, a dandelion clock seemed to be the only thing of any interest.

So I tried, and as I went about it, I spotted this tiny fly inside the seedhead...

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