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May 02, 2017 06:42 |  #751

joeseph wrote in post #18344143 (external link)
nice light on the pipe! (must say I think of cliveyboy every time you mention Clive - 'tis a good thing...)

Thanks but "cliveyboy"?

Like your ANZAC treatment BTW. Probably most creative I've seen.


Pondering on getting the EF-M 55-200 ...... have Tamron 70 300 f/4.5? ..... it's too heavy for me and have only used a few times. Need to move it on I think, and concentrate on M5 stuff


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May 02, 2017 06:52 |  #752

Patbil10 wrote in post #18344178 (external link)
Combined with "L" glass this camera rocks ! Also note that I'm happy with the kit lens performance and will most likely pick up the 22mm f2.0. :-)

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Nice - the 22 is a fantastic lens too


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May 02, 2017 07:08 |  #753

roseyposey wrote in post #18344187 (external link)
Thanks but "cliveyboy"?

Like your ANZAC treatment BTW. Probably most creative I've seen.

Pondering on getting the EF-M 55-200 ...... have Tamron 70 300 f/4.5? ..... it's too heavy for me and have only used a few times. Need to move it on I think, and concentrate on M5 stuff

cliveyboy was a member that contributed to many that use the Yongnuo 622C/622TX-C wireless flash triggers. He put together a very extensive user's guide. He passed away this past December.


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May 02, 2017 07:10 |  #754

DBNissan wrote in post #18344197 (external link)
cliveyboy was a member that contributed to many that use the Yongnuo 622C/622TX-C wireless flash triggers. He put together a very extensive user's guide. He passed away this past December.

I am very sorry to hear that ... RIP, and thanks for his user guide.


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May 02, 2017 07:48 as a reply to  @ roseyposey's post |  #755

Looking at your work with the 22 convinced me. It's a fast/sharp lens for the days I don't want to haul the EF lenses. :-)


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May 02, 2017 07:57 |  #756

Patbil10 wrote in post #18344223 (external link)
Looking at your work with the 22 convinced me. It's a fast/sharp lens for the days I don't want to haul the EF lenses. :-)

don't know whose work you are referring to - but doesn't matter ... it's a great little lens!


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May 02, 2017 08:41 |  #757

Philihase wrote in post #18340717 (external link)
Saw a M 55 200 lens in a shop last week and it played on my mind for a week. Yesterday I broke and GAS reared its ugly head. So went in picked it up to compliment my light weight hiking kit instead of the 70 200 F4L. Left the shop walked about 200 yards to the river to try it out. Literally unboxed and screwed on and shot a Heron. I´m fairly happy with the Lens. Its not the sharpest tool in the toolbox but I am admitadly a bit spoilt on that with my other lenses, considering their prices, and this was only 230€. But its amazingly light and compact and because of this will be taking the camera out more on the way to work and generally when am out and about. Plus its unobtrusive so will not be as paranoid using it in town where the larger white lenses stand out like sore thumbs and start me checking all round for any theiving barstewards. Amazingly sharp lenses dont help if you dont take them with you because of their expense and worries of mugging etc.

Heron shot wide open at 6.3 and croped down about 50% I think. Of course subject isolation is not great at that appeture and the pic is pretty much a snapshot would have liked to got down lower but was higher up on the bank and if I had started faffing about too much he would have flown off. Thinking about it if I had had a bigger lens he would have got nervous and flown off. As it was I looked like a typical passerby so he just stood there for a while and wandered off which is another plus point.
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I've been thinking, and thinking and ....... still resisting at the moment ...


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May 02, 2017 08:47 |  #758

Here's another with adapted glass. I'm loving this combination ! :lol:

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May 02, 2017 09:51 |  #759

Another with an adapted Tamron lens at f2. I was initially worried about the focus accuracy but not anymore ! ;-)a

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May 03, 2017 00:33 |  #760

From today's afternoon walk--looks warm but still cold here :(
Using the EF-M 55-200mm for the first time.
Still don't know why I'm smitten with the M5 and the native lenses but
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May 03, 2017 01:17 |  #761

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18344976 (external link)
From today's afternoon walk--looks warm but still cold here :(
Using the EF-M 55-200mm for the first time.
Still don't know why I'm smitten with the M5 and the native lenses but
I am.


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Very nice Robert - I'm "watching" this lens on TradeMe which is an online auction site .... I did wonder about the EF - S model with adapter so could use it on my 70D as well, but think the EF - M might be more useful.


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May 03, 2017 01:43 |  #762

With the 22 f/2 - great little lens! Pleased with the bokeh too, although wasn't shooting for it. Bit disappointed in the lack of colour ... on monitor at home the autumn tones come out more.

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May 03, 2017 04:15 |  #763

roseyposey wrote in post #18344187 (external link)
Like your ANZAC treatment BTW. Probably most creative I've seen.

Thanks! couldn't have done it without the flip-screen...

DBNissan wrote in post #18344197 (external link)
cliveyboy was a member that contributed to many that use the Yongnuo 622C/622TX-C wireless flash triggers. He put together a very extensive user's guide. He passed away this past December.

That's him! I'd met Clive a couple of times during meet-ups - thoroughly good bloke.


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May 03, 2017 22:55 |  #764

roseyposey wrote in post #18344983 (external link)
Very nice Robert - I'm "watching" this lens on TradeMe which is an online auction site .... I did wonder about the EF - S model with adapter so could use it on my 70D as well, but think the EF - M might be more useful.

Rose I'd forgotten the crop factor and realized I actually have 300mm effective when using it. If there is light it's even a birding combo!


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May 04, 2017 01:36 |  #765

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18345738 (external link)
Rose I'd forgotten the crop factor and realized I actually have 300mm effective when using it. If there is light it's even a birding combo!

Pay day today - I do have a few bills, but think I might be ordering it tonight ....


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