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Mar 05, 2018 10:15 |  #13036

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Ok cool thanks guys! I'm thinking of renting one for Disney next week.. All for fun of course

it'll be a little awkward using it handheld, doing movements and all. It's really meant for tripod work except if you want to use tilt effects ;-)a

no tripod, no stitching, one of the main features of T/S lenses, perfect stitching.

they are big and heavy lenses. A 12-24 and crop in post can basically recreate 17/24 shift movements + stitch without doing any movements or stitching.

17 tse tilt effects are fairly minimal, 24 and longer better for those effects.


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Mar 05, 2018 10:16 |  #13037

mystik610 wrote in post #18578099 (external link)
Ok cool thanks guys! I'm thinking of renting one for Disney next week.. All for fun of course

For Disney...edit in post...a TSE lens is slow, fiddly and not a quick workflow.


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Mar 05, 2018 10:21 |  #13038

Cool thanks!


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Mar 05, 2018 10:48 |  #13039

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hi MM yep but I've used it with sensor cleans with great outcome. it might be a marketing statement or something to make sure liabilities are controlled.

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Mar 05, 2018 10:48 |  #13040

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Mar 05, 2018 11:10 |  #13041

Personally shooting architecture without a Tilt Shift lens kinda sucks.

It’s a challenge to guesstimate how much extra framing I need to give for perspective correction in post. TS lenses basically provide an in-camera WYSIWYG experience.

The easiest standard lens workaround is to use a lens wide enough to get everything you want in frame with the camera completely leveled out, and then just lop off the extra junk in post (usually the bottom half of the frame).


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Mar 05, 2018 14:43 |  #13042

David Arbogast wrote in post #18578155 (external link)
Personally shooting architecture without a Tilt Shift lens kinda sucks.

It’s a challenge to guesstimate how much extra framing I need to give for perspective correction in post. TS lenses basically provide an in-camera WYSIWYG experience.

The easiest standard lens workaround is to use a lens wide enough to get everything you want in frame with the camera completely leveled out, and then just lop off the extra junk in post (usually the bottom half of the frame).


I soooo miss my TSE

Should have never sold them


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Mar 05, 2018 15:26 |  #13043

eriet30 wrote in post #18578312 (external link)
I soooo miss my TSE

Should have never sold them

I feel you. :)

Got to admit, though, if I could, right now, step into a time machine to just before I sold mine......I’d absolutely do it all over again. :eek:

Selling the TS-Es cleared a path to my current kit, which suits my new retired life so well.

If I start shooting more arch, I’ll definitely strongly consider reacquiring the wide TS-Es, but not at the expense of my current lenses.


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Mar 05, 2018 15:38 |  #13044

pretty good demonstration of the AF abilities...I still think he is creepy...

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the a9 performs the exact same in my experience...even though I am moving away from Canon glass...I don't really have to if I don't want to.


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Mar 05, 2018 15:39 |  #13045

Carlo here's your answer.


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Mar 05, 2018 16:10 |  #13046

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Welcome.

Warning: We have severe GAS issue here. lol :)

my new year resolution was to not buy anymore lenses or cameras this year!


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Mar 05, 2018 16:18 |  #13047

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my new year resolution was to not buy anymore lenses or cameras this year!

How long did that last?


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Mar 05, 2018 16:19 |  #13048

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Carlo here's your answer.

The post above yours...same video but I suck at making them embed with the preview!


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Mar 05, 2018 18:34 |  #13049

a9 and/or a7R III owners:

How much better is that EVF? Does it make a difference. Does it significantly improve your shooting experience?


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Mar 05, 2018 18:41 |  #13050

David Arbogast wrote in post #18578444 (external link)
a9 and/or a7R III owners:

How much better is that EVF? Does it make a difference. Does it significantly improve your shooting experience?

the blackout free of the a9 is simply one of the coolest things I have ever had on a camera...to not lose sight of your subject, especially in scenarios where you don't want to miss something or need to stay tracking on the subject...its great. I just looked through both with the same lens, same exposure settings...I can't really see a big difference...oh, and the a9 does much better with AWB than the A7R2...


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