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Mar 25, 2017 12:56 |  #766

crbinson wrote in post #18310548 (external link)
The two B-ball photos posted above were taken with the 80D / 70-200II. If you look at my Flickr the F-ball was with 1DMkIV / 70-200II+1.4x and the equestrian was with 70D / 70-200Ii. All @12800 JPEG no post processing.



Wow! If those bb game photos were taken with the 80D @ 12,800 ISO, I'm sold. Sharper than my 7D @ 3200. Thanks for the clarification.




  
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Mar 25, 2017 13:26 |  #767

OK, I went ahead and pulled some youth sports shots with high ISO's. These aren't my best shots, but I quickly went through and found ones that were in focus with various ISO's. The football shots were with a 100-400L, and basketball were with a 70-200 ii. I'm not sure that you get an ideal perspective (does loading them to my website and then linking change anything?), but these are all straight out of the camera jpegs with no other editing or cropping. Along with Pigpen, if anyone would like an original file sent to them, just pm me.


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ISO 2000:

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ISO 3200:

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ISO 3200:

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ISO 6400:

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ISO 8000: (hmm, not sure why it's showing as 6400 here, but it was 8000)

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ISO 16000:

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ISO 16000:

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Mar 25, 2017 17:11 |  #768

I wanted to shoot more bees today but the only ones I found were so deeply buried in willow catkins that I couldn't get a good shot.
Then I found this funky looking insect:


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Mar 25, 2017 23:09 |  #769

Pigpen101 wrote in post #18310602 (external link)
Wow! If those bb game photos were taken with the 80D @ 12,800 ISO, I'm sold. Sharper than my 7D @ 3200. Thanks for the clarification.

Correction...one BB was 6400 the other 12800...sorry for mistake


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Mar 26, 2017 03:37 |  #770

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I wanted to shoot more bees today but the only ones I found were so deeply buried in willow catkins that I couldn't get a good shot.
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The first one, particularly, is astonishing, Michael. Well done!


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Mar 26, 2017 09:38 |  #771

crbinson wrote in post #18310983 (external link)
Correction...one BB was 6400 the other 12800...sorry for mistake


That's OK. Still at 6400 & 12800 much sharper than my 7D at 3200. My camera in most conditions wants to shoot around 3200 so knowing that I can occasionally go a littler fast shutter speed is nice to know. Thank you.




  
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Mar 26, 2017 09:56 |  #772

Michael456 wrote in post #18310761 (external link)
I wanted to shoot more bees today but the only ones I found were so deeply buried in willow catkins that I couldn't get a good shot.
Then I found this funky looking insect:

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That bee shot is awesome. Any thing else used: flash, tripod, focusing rail?

I bought a Yongnuo ring flash but my 100mm macro needs to go to the shop so I can't try it out yet.




  
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Mar 26, 2017 10:22 |  #773

Pigpen101 wrote in post #18311252 (external link)
That bee shot is awesome. Any thing else used: flash, tripod, focusing rail?

I bought a Yongnuo ring flash but my 100mm macro needs to go to the shop so I can't try it out yet.

Thanks! I used a flash (Speedlite 430II) on a flexible arm/gooseneck. No tripod or focusing rail, I do all my macro shots handheld.




  
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Mar 26, 2017 14:39 |  #774

Michael456 wrote in post #18311265 (external link)
Thanks! I used a flash (Speedlite 430II) on a flexible arm/gooseneck. No tripod or focusing rail, I do all my macro shots handheld.

I used a similar setup but added a snoot to the flash so I could light subject only and get as much of the rest of the shot to go "black". Worked well, but was awkward in the field that's why I thought I'd give the ring light a chance.

Sorry, I steered this thread off topic.

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Mar 26, 2017 14:47 as a reply to  @ Pigpen101's post |  #775

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Mar 26, 2017 16:06 |  #776

Dreary weather makes everyone tired.


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Mar 26, 2017 20:25 |  #777

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Mar 26, 2017 20:27 |  #778

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Mar 28, 2017 06:50 |  #779

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Mar 28, 2017 08:17 |  #780

And another. Hadn't used the 60mm macro lens for a while. I'm enjoying it.


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