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Sep 22, 2018 18:05 |  #8236

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Sep 24, 2018 03:58 |  #8238

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I'm sorry, but the added blur just simply ruins this picture. Truly. :-(

Added blur rarely, if ever, adds to a picture.

You've obviously never seen my first wife.
If there was ever a case for a soft focus lens, she was it.


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Sep 24, 2018 08:41 |  #8239

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You've obviously never seen my first wife.
If there was ever a case for a soft focus lens, she was it.

*rimshot*


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Sep 24, 2018 08:57 |  #8240

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*rimshot*

Buckshot.


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Sep 24, 2018 09:39 |  #8241

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Buckshot.

:lol:


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Sep 24, 2018 14:26 |  #8242

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Sep 24, 2018 20:00 |  #8243


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Sep 28, 2018 12:43 |  #8244

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Sep 28, 2018 16:08 |  #8246

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Sep 29, 2018 06:45 |  #8247

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Sep 30, 2018 14:28 |  #8248

I've now had the 6D for about three weeks. It has taken some adjustment after shooting with my 2 7Ds for the last five years, but I'm now comfortable with it & happy. I was in the market for 2 new bodies as my 7Ds are reaching high shutter counts as I cover sporting events. I decided I wanted a FF because I was tired of high ISO noise, and another crop, probably the 80D. The 6D had great reviews and was on sale @ B&H for $999, so that was my FF decision. I new I had to put up with a slowish FPS but the benefits had outweighed that issue. One thing I saw often was the great DR of the 6D. I knew this would be fantastic for nature/landscapes but never considered it in the sports area. It is a definite advantage in sports due to the difficult lighting situations & more so due to the extreme differences in the players uniforms, many times 1 team in light colors & the other in dark(er) colors. Pulling up shadows with the 7D just introduced even more noise.

I am now considering dealing with the slower FPS and getting a 2nd 6D. I may never be able to go back to crop.;-)a


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Sep 30, 2018 15:29 as a reply to  @ Pigpen101's post |  #8249

I have and still use my 6D quite often. I also own the 5D3, that I purchased after my 6D as I got it from a friend at a steep discount since it has over 300K snaps. I still prefer my 6D in low light even over the 5D3. But I can also tell you I could not do without my 7D2, which is my cropper of choice. They all have their place in my bag, so enjoy the 6D as it is still a fantastic body. I thought about getting the 6D2, but since I got the 5D3 cheap, it is my back up to my 6D.


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Oct 01, 2018 04:03 as a reply to  @ sirquack's post |  #8250

I really like the idea of 10 FPS of the 7D MII, I've looked at it very closely. I know that it is slightly improved at higher ISO than the original 7D but so many people have said the 80D sensor is better than the 7D MII, and I can deal with it's 7 FPS as that is what I'm use to with the original 7Ds.

I have the Canon 400mm F/5.6 that I bought years ago to shoot wildlife (what I did before I started covering sports for the newspaper). It worked well for 1:00 games, but it never even left my house for night games. Tonight was the first time I used it at night for an NFL game, on the 6D. I was able to shoot 1/1250, F/5.6, @ 6400 ISO and most of the images were keepers.

If I shot constantly in perfect light, the 7D MII would be my next body. After seeing the results from the 6D it will be difficult to go back to crop sensors.




  
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