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Sep 12, 2016 23:28 as a reply to  @ post 18126155 |  #1216

Still thinking.......I had a 16-35 IS before my 5dsr and it was amazing!!! So I may get another.


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Sep 12, 2016 23:53 |  #1217

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Hey guys, I need some help. Since I purchased my 5dsr I have come to the realization that I need IS on my lens. I thought at first that I could do without and keep the lenses that I have but after doing a lot of reading and seeing all of your guys photos I am definitely going IS. My delemia is which lenses to buy. I for sure need a wide angle maybe as wide as 16mm. For the long end I don't think I need anything longer than 200mm. But for now I want to start on the wide end. So which do you recommend? 16-35 f4 IS, 24-70 f4 IS or maybe something else. Any help you could give me would be appreciated.

I would highly recommend the Sigma 24-105 F4 OS. I redid all my lenses when I moved to owning 2 5dsrs and I can say that without a doubt the Sigma works perfectly with the camera - and one of the reasons it does is it is heavy and the balance and the weight works perfectly to counter the mirror movement while hand holding. With the new Canon 24-105 now about to be released I would wait until you can test it versus the Sigma. The 35f2 works well as does the Tamron 85 F1.8, the Canon 70-200 F2.8 & F4 and the Canon 100-400L ii.


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Sep 13, 2016 01:51 |  #1218

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I would highly recommend the Sigma 24-105 F4 OS. I redid all my lenses when I moved to owning 2 5dsrs and I can say that without a doubt the Sigma works perfectly with the camera - and one of the reasons it does is it is heavy and the balance and the weight works perfectly to counter the mirror movement while hand holding. With the new Canon 24-105 now about to be released I would wait until you can test it versus the Sigma. The 35f2 works well as does the Tamron 85 F1.8, the Canon 70-200 F2.8 & F4 and the Canon 100-400L ii.

I've noticed a lot of wildlife photographers use the 100-400ii with or without 1.4TC. I can vouch for it as well on the rare days I have enough light. Now if I lived in sunny Oz like Clipper it would probably never leave the 5Dsr. When I was building a kit up for the 1DXii I targeted the 16-35/4, 24-70/4 and 100-400ii. The 24-105 from either house would have been great in reducing my load to two lenses but I wanted something wider and 16mm on FF is wide enough for me. I even added the 8-15/4 (I must have a fashion with F4 lenses) but it's more specialty. Ultimately my kit has the 400DOii jst because of the light restrictions where I live.


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Sep 13, 2016 02:34 |  #1219

...if the new 24-105 f/4L II (already pre-ordered) comes out as well as did the 100-400 II, those two will be my principal combo.


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Sep 13, 2016 02:50 |  #1220

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...if the new 24-105 f/4L II (already pre-ordered) comes out as well as did the 100-400 II, those two will be my principal combo.

I think those two are just a smart combo for a lot of reasons. Hey it's F4 too. Maybe someday I'll add one.


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Sep 13, 2016 19:25 |  #1222

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Sep 14, 2016 18:45 |  #1223

So this just showed up on my doorstep today.........hehe!
Now is have lenses with IS!


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Sep 16, 2016 11:32 |  #1226

The last two pictures posted are extremely nice.


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nice model... oh and photo too :) is that all natural light?


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Sep 16, 2016 14:40 |  #1228

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nice model... oh and photo too :) is that all natural light?

Nope. Strobe pretty far back to light her and the ground. You can see a shadow behind her, which doesn't really look natural but I'll live with it.  :p


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Sep 17, 2016 00:18 |  #1229

Wow after reading and looking photos on all 82 pages I can I was pretty much sold on 5DSR ( well I did have a look at it when it was first out , but the finance Wasn't there so I had to wait until now) I even looked at the new 5D mark 4 which is coming out , I was turn off it by move to been more of a video upgrade.
So with this said I have now brought A 5DSR ( well I order one just have to wait for 2 weeks until she comes in )
I'm really impressed by some of the photos shown here specially the Bird, jets and nights shots.

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Sep 17, 2016 03:05 |  #1230

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18126252 (external link)
I've noticed a lot of wildlife photographers use the 100-400ii with or without 1.4TC. I can vouch for it as well on the rare days I have enough light. Now if I lived in sunny Oz like Clipper it would probably never leave the 5Dsr. When I was building a kit up for the 1DXii I targeted the 16-35/4, 24-70/4 and 100-400ii. The 24-105 from either house would have been great in reducing my load to two lenses but I wanted something wider and 16mm on FF is wide enough for me. I even added the 8-15/4 (I must have a fashion with F4 lenses) but it's more specialty. Ultimately my kit has the 400DOii jst because of the light restrictions where I live.


Right on the mark Medicine Man. It certainly needs a lot of light to get the great IQ it produces. Although even great light can get tricky because the problem here is the harsh Sunlight and the damn shadows. I really kill for overcast days although the duller O/cast days mean the shutter speeds are really getting marginal and high ISO's need to be used. But then when all the planets align and the light is perfect the IQ of images are to kill for :).

Although I will never part with this 5DSR I am actually looking at another body for low light and Im really taken by the new Fuji X-t2. I already have the X-t1 and xpro1 and its xtrans sensor is amazing for sharpness, detail etc . I just saw some early reviews of the new Xt2 and it is outgunning the big boys in areas like sharpness, ISO perfiormance and dynamic range!.... Couple that with Fujis great glass and its really a great second camera for me when low light starts to affect the 5DSR's ability to get useable shutter speeds without camera shake showing. . Im lucky I already have fuji glass so no big deal to get a new body however not ideal for people that have only one lens system.


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