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Sep 21, 2016 14:15 |  #991

My target is to acquire this at the end of October. I am still debating on 70-200mm either Canon or Tamron with the 550 difference of the price with Canon but the 6 year warranty is hard to ignore from Tamron.


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Sep 21, 2016 14:30 |  #992

Peter2516 wrote in post #18135716 (external link)
My target is to acquire this at the end of October. I am still debating on 70-200mm either Canon or Tamron with the 550 difference of the price with Canon but the 6 year warranty is hard to ignore from Tamron.

70-200 is nice. I really hate listing my tamrons... love them. just my mental breakdown state cannot make up my mind. I bought the 200L.... it screwed everything. IT's expensive so gotta move stuff around to cover that expense. Also really want the Sigma 85 art so now I'm thinking of going all prime for the time being.


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Oct 01, 2016 09:05 |  #993

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Jan 17, 2017 07:00 |  #994

Weird, 67 pages and then stopped dead? Anyway, been using mine.

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Jan 18, 2017 18:10 |  #997


Ok... to me and maybe it's just me but I see a very well placed shaped object with a light inside of it surrounded by wetness  :p


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Feb 04, 2017 02:22 |  #998

Winter in Romania! 6D + tamron 24-70


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Feb 08, 2017 23:01 |  #999

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Quick question for the lens owners.

This lens with a 5D mkIV in a helicopter at F4 at unset, ill get some nice stable images right? i can push the iso to 1600 also


I’m not sure about the helicopter bit?

My understanding is that IS (or VC) is most effective for e.g. hand held shooting at slowish shutter speeds, where the IS (VC) is compensating for low frequency, small movements such as your body might make.

With a helicopter, I’m not sure if VC can effectively compensate for e.g. movement from ground to air due to the helicopter’s air speed, nor any random, large scale sudden movements relative to the static ground.

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Feb 09, 2017 11:12 |  #1000

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I’m not sure about the helicopter bit?

My understanding is that IS (or VC) is most effective for e.g. hand held shooting at slowish shutter speeds, where the IS (VC) is compensating for low frequency, small movements such as your body might make.

With a helicopter, I’m not sure if VC can effectively compensate for e.g. movement from ground to air due to the helicopter’s air speed, nor any random, large scale sudden movements relative to the static ground.

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Sorry, totally wrong thread! thought this was the canon 16.35 :-(


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Mar 20, 2017 14:55 as a reply to  @ Raymond XX4's post |  #1002

Great pics, and I'm glad to see more photos submitted with this awesome lens!


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Mar 20, 2017 17:14 as a reply to  @ Raymond XX4's post |  #1003

I really like the processing. Can you give me a rundown on your workflow?


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Mar 23, 2017 01:20 as a reply to  @ flowrider's post |  #1004

F/3.2. Canon 600EX-RT triggered by YN-E3-RT (Yongnuo Wireless Speedlite Transmitter for Canon) bounced off a white wall behind me. I usually have the flash on it's own stand as I find it makes the camera too heavy when it's attached. I don't tend to use flash modifiers, I tend to look for things to bounce off the flash instead.


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