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Apr 12, 2017 02:34 |  #7201

A little bit dryer last time I was there Annie

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Apr 12, 2017 04:45 |  #7202

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I ordered mine last night. Looking forward to contributing here! I have rented them before on several occasions, so I'm glad to be able to own one.

It seems you already have a nice range of lenses there, I am sure you wont be disappointed!


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Apr 12, 2017 11:02 as a reply to  @ kiwichris's post |  #7203

Thanks! I'm actually paring down those right now to just three lenses that I will use most of the time instead of several that just sit. It will just be 16-35 f4L, 35 f2 IS, and 135L. I think I can do pretty much anything with those three.


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Apr 12, 2017 17:56 |  #7204

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Well my boy Jake (autistic) surprised me with tickets to see Bonnie Rait last night (no cameras allowed) so I took my new camera along early to get some night shots of the city and test it's iso capabilities before the concert. Unfortunately we got stuck in a traffic jam and only just made it to the concert and I knew the city lights would be out by the time the concert finished :-(

The last number and halfway through, Bonnie said, "This is your chance to get a few photographs" so I whipped out the camera. I had no time to play with the settings so just fired away until security pounced and said, "phones only". vmad They ain't brilliant but they'll do for Jake as he frames his tickets and memorabilia

The support band was amazing and what a voice on the leader! California Honeydrops https://www.youtube.co​m/watch?v=6dMfDN6y4sQ (external link). Jake bought their vinyl album during the break and walking back through the foyer the (unrecognised) band leader stopped him and asked if he wanted it signing and then called the whole band over to sign it. Jake collects vinyl and has a photographic memory when it comes to anything to do with music. It made his night, if not his year! :-)

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Apr 12, 2017 23:20 |  #7205

BallerStatus wrote in post #18326016 (external link)
Thanks! I'm actually paring down those right now to just three lenses that I will use most of the time instead of several that just sit. It will just be 16-35 f4L, 35 f2 IS, and 135L. I think I can do pretty much anything with those three.

Two 35mm? I have the 17-40mm L I love and that and the 24-105 L practically live on my cam, not that I am using it much these days.:-( A 70-200L would be nice! ;) :)


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Apr 12, 2017 23:23 as a reply to  @ bidkev's post |  #7206

Those are pretty cool Kevin, I am surprised you didn,t get more movement blur on the hands etc at 1/80th sec.


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Apr 13, 2017 01:13 |  #7207

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Those are pretty cool Kevin, I am surprised you didn,t get more movement blur on the hands etc at 1/80th sec.

Thanks Chris. It surprised me too when I saw the exif in RAW. Bit of a rushed job to get them but the boy is happy with 'em. I normally have my lenses set at one stop from max in case of emergency/speed/grabbe​d shot and didn't notice the changed f stop when shooting so could've opened up more and/or lowered iso


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Apr 13, 2017 05:52 |  #7208

Moving to Sydney in 1 week and so excited :D

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Apr 13, 2017 08:10 |  #7209

bidkev wrote in post #18326392 (external link)
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Well my boy Jake (autistic) surprised me with tickets to see Bonnie Rait last night (no cameras allowed) so I took my new camera along early to get some night shots of the city and test it's iso capabilities before the concert. Unfortunately we got stuck in a traffic jam and only just made it to the concert and I knew the city lights would be out by the time the concert finished :-(

The last number and halfway through, Bonnie said, "This is your chance to get a few photographs" so I whipped out the camera. I had no time to play with the settings so just fired away until security pounced and said, "phones only". vmad They ain't brilliant but they'll do for Jake as he frames his tickets and memorabilia

The support band was amazing and what a voice on the leader! California Honeydrops https://www.youtube.co​m/watch?v=6dMfDN6y4sQ (external link). Jake bought their vinyl album during the break and walking back through the foyer the (unrecognised) band leader stopped him and asked if he wanted it signing and then called the whole band over to sign it. Jake collects vinyl and has a photographic memory when it comes to anything to do with music. It made his night, if not his year! :-)

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These are great, Kev. They really show off the capabilities of both you and the camera. I could never have hand-held at 1/50 with the combo! Happy memories too for you and Jake.


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Apr 13, 2017 10:10 |  #7210

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Apr 13, 2017 10:47 |  #7211

kiwichris wrote in post #18326594 (external link)
Two 35mm? I have the 17-40mm L I love and that and the 24-105 L practically live on my cam, not that I am using it much these days.:-( A 70-200L would be nice! ;) :)

Yeah, I know it seems a little odd, but they have two very different purposes to me. 16-35 for event work, real estate, travel, landscapes, and the 35 f2 for food, low light, portraits, and weddings :-).


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Apr 14, 2017 00:00 as a reply to  @ Dlee13's post |  #7212

Ah... You are moving closer to me? ;) :D


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Apr 14, 2017 00:02 |  #7213

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Yeah, I know it seems a little odd, but they have two very different purposes to me. 16-35 for event work, real estate, travel, landscapes, and the 35 f2 for food, low light, portraits, and weddings :-).

Ok yep that makes sense !


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Apr 14, 2017 01:54 as a reply to  @ kiwichris's post |  #7214

Haha yes closer but still got quite a bit of ocean between us :p


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