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Aug 06, 2016 23:47 |  #1021

We are still in the Alligator River National Refuge. Most come here for the bears and there are plenty of them, example:
https://www.flickr.com​/photos/medicineman404​0/28762144746/in/datep​osted/
I love imaging bears but there is so much more here :)
So most who buy the 5Dsr buy for studio/portrait/landsc​ape right?
Haha, guess what, it's a fantastic wildlife machine and in so many areas, oh forgot to mention click into the Flickr image then click the middle or the arrow
upper right to see the feather detail. I'm swooning on the 5Dsr-

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Aug 07, 2016 00:12 |  #1022

Rented a 5DSR for a job and also to test it out for fun. I have to see the results on a big monitor but so far on a 13" Retina display, it looks really good - when seen at 1:1 magnification in LR, I am amazed at how much the sensor can extract information from 17 and 24mm TS lenses.

This one was a spur of the moment shot, pulled over onto the shoulder of a highway near Santa Fe - almost sooc:

I forget how unforgiving this camera is in regards to movement - I had the shutter delay of 1/4 second and IS on, but close inspection still shows camera shake.


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Aug 07, 2016 00:33 |  #1023

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Rented a 5DSR for a job and also to test it out for fun. I have to see the results on a big monitor but so far on a 13" Retina display, it looks really good - when seen at 1:1 magnification in LR, I am amazed at how much the sensor can extract information from 17 and 24mm TS lenses.

This one was a spur of the moment shot, pulled over onto the shoulder of a highway near Santa Fe - almost sooc:

I forget how unforgiving this camera is in regards to movement - I had the shutter delay of 1/4 second and IS on, but close inspection still shows camera shake.
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Awesome capture. What i've learned so far is to double the shutter speed! OK, that is a bit of an exaggeration but any movement is a devil in a red dress :)


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Aug 07, 2016 04:48 as a reply to  @ MedicineMan4040's post |  #1024

Love those feather details Robert. Keep them coming.
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Aug 07, 2016 04:54 as a reply to  @ post 18087717 |  #1025

Thanks Gary. I appreciate your comments.
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Aug 07, 2016 05:00 |  #1026

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18088624 (external link)
Awesome capture. What i've learned so far is to double the shutter speed! OK, that is a bit of an exaggeration but any movement is a devil in a red dress :)

If you are hand holding non IS lenses and you want a 90% repeated hit rate for pixel level sharpness then all my testing points to 1 / 8x FL - way higher than you think.

50L 1/400
85L 1/640
135L 1/1000

IS lenses can range from slightly slower than 1/FL to almost 1/(2*FL)

The 3 best IS lenses I have found for balance and lowest SS relative to FL are the 35F2, the Sigma 24-105 and the 100-400L II - literally the only lenses I don't or haven't owned and tested out is the Canon 16-35 F4 IS so I can't comment on that one.


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Aug 07, 2016 07:28 |  #1027

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If you are hand holding non IS lenses and you want a 90% repeated hit rate for pixel level sharpness then all my testing points to 1 / 8x FL - way higher than you think.

50L 1/400
85L 1/640
135L 1/1000

IS lenses can range from slightly slower than 1/FL to almost 1/(2*FL)

The 3 best IS lenses I have found for balance and lowest SS relative to FL are the 35F2, the Sigma 24-105 and the 100-400L II - literally the only lenses I don't or haven't owned and tested out is the Canon 16-35 F4 IS so I can't comment on that one.

Excellent and good to know and I feel kinda vindicated when I said to double the shutter speed, in my mind I was referencing the 100-400ii which I have been using; example for clarity-if I'd normally be a 1/800 I'd go to 1/1600 when using the 5Dsr + 100-400ii.......well that works up to a point because the 5Dsr is ISO limited but I'm currently studying ways to downsample the output to negate noise. Wallstreet if you have a technique/method for that I'd certainly appreciate it.


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Aug 07, 2016 09:10 |  #1028

Two more from this morning. This a real cool town. Please note I forgot to readjust my ISO. Didn't catch it until I got home. Did run Dfine 2 on the images.

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Aug 07, 2016 09:22 |  #1029

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Aug 07, 2016 09:23 as a reply to  @ post 18087909 |  #1030

I haven't been to Englehard in years but it was a true working fishing village when I used to live in the area.
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Aug 07, 2016 10:04 as a reply to  @ MedicineMan4040's post |  #1031

Robert thanks for the information. I've have been using my 5Ds only using my monopod with my EF 24-105, EF 100-400 and have good results with average SS. My macaw photos were taken with my EF 500mm f/4 on a tripod with regular SS.

Have not done any HH. Will certainly use much much higher SS for HH.

Plan on doing MA on all my lenses with the 5Ds using the Michael Tapes technique.

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Aug 07, 2016 12:33 |  #1032

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Excellent and good to know and I feel kinda vindicated when I said to double the shutter speed, in my mind I was referencing the 100-400ii which I have been using; example for clarity-if I'd normally be a 1/800 I'd go to 1/1600 when using the 5Dsr + 100-400ii.......well that works up to a point because the 5Dsr is ISO limited but I'm currently studying ways to downsample the output to negate noise. Wallstreet if you have a technique/method for that I'd certainly appreciate it.

I am not the downsampling expert - what I did learn early on playing lots in LR and watching Youtube videos about LR and NR ,and then I heard Tony Northrup mention it a few times, is that there is maybe no better DSLR on earth that it pays when using higher ISO to use a bit of smart NR to tradeoff all the extra pixels to clean up the files and then still have far more detail than a 5D3 but have way better cleaner noise. Search out NR videos and doing it in LR - there are only a few sliders, but knowing exactly what they do, finding the spots with noise, and then using those spots, with Masking, to clean without destroying into mush is the key - sometimes just a little, with the right amount of masking, makes a huge improvement - and why you can make a 12,800 ISO 5DSR file destroy any 5D3 12,800 ISO file - it isn't even close.

In terms of the SS example about 1/800 needing 1/1600 with the 5DSR and a 100-400L II, I'm not saying I disagree, but that is not something I have ever, ever seen with that lens. The 100-400L II can be used at amazingly low SS with the 5DSR - it is the master of all lenses, and in my mind, only surpassed by the Sigma 24-105 F4 OS. There is something about the hefty weight of that Sigma, the size and balance on the camera, that makes almost any SS possible - and if you are a people F4 - F5.6 portrait shooter, that lens is all you need - it isn't a perfect landscape lens because it trades off some corner sharpness for extreme center sharpness.


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Aug 08, 2016 09:07 |  #1034

Her's a couple more from this morning in the historic district. I realize ice cream is not a breakfast food just had to shoot it.

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Congratulations TC202, outstanding capture!

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