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Sep 23, 2018 11:33 |  #2971

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Love these!

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Sep 23, 2018 11:34 |  #2972

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More frogs with my reflection in their eyes :lol:

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Fantastic!!! you are the KING!!!! I always look forward to your photos!


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Sep 23, 2018 20:10 |  #2973

Getting back into taking photos after a long haitus. Picked up an 80D last week. Looking forward to seeing the improvement in capabilities over the 60. Can already tell the higher iso is vastly improved. Hopefully the lenses in my collection are up to par.


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Sep 23, 2018 21:15 |  #2974

anothernewb wrote in post #18714464 (external link)
Getting back into taking photos after a long haitus. Picked up an 80D last week. Looking forward to seeing the improvement in capabilities over the 60. Can already tell the higher iso is vastly improved. Hopefully the lenses in my collection are up to par.

Well, welcome back to the fun side. I look forward to seeing some of your shots!


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Sep 25, 2018 03:08 |  #2975

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Sep 25, 2018 13:29 |  #2976

Great photo!


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Sep 25, 2018 13:57 |  #2977

Very nice...the background did not pull focus off the eagle. Tough shot to make.


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Sep 25, 2018 19:45 |  #2978

Not sure if this is the right sub forum - if so then it needs to be moved, but I was playing with the microadjust. and between all the lenses in my sig.. I can't really tell that any need correction. within the limits of my skills they all seemed good enough to zero. moving things by one or 2 points on anything other than the 85 1.8... I couldn't see enough repeatable difference to matter, so I left them all alone. Does that seem abnormal. what are the odds of getting 4 lenses that all just... work?

I printed a test target, set it up following the canon microadjust manual, out in the lawn and had really no issues that I could tell.


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Sep 26, 2018 00:25 as a reply to  @ anothernewb's post |  #2979

In answer to your question. I think your results are normal. I find that I rarely have to do any micro adjusting to the majority of my lenses. There are only a couple of lenses that I really had to make adjustments to in my camera. If your lenses seem to be doing a good job of focusing, just keep on shooting. That's my opinion, anyway.


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Sep 26, 2018 05:34 |  #2980

anothernewb wrote in post #18716191 (external link)
Not sure if this is the right sub forum - if so then it needs to be moved, but I was playing with the microadjust. and between all the lenses in my sig.. I can't really tell that any need correction. within the limits of my skills they all seemed good enough to zero. moving things by one or 2 points on anything other than the 85 1.8... I couldn't see enough repeatable difference to matter, so I left them all alone. Does that seem abnormal. what are the odds of getting 4 lenses that all just... work?

I printed a test target, set it up following the canon microadjust manual, out in the lawn and had really no issues that I could tell.

This is why I use FoCal. I don't trust my eyes on a paper target. Let the software do it automatically. Its made a difference. But I never would have made an adjustment of 10 or so on my own. The software has though.


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Sep 27, 2018 00:00 |  #2981


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Sep 27, 2018 01:04 |  #2982

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Great shots, Michael.


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Sep 27, 2018 21:44 |  #2983

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Amazing


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Sep 28, 2018 00:31 |  #2984

Lame-Duck wrote in post #18717147 (external link)
Great shots, Michael.

lijoec wrote in post #18717716 (external link)
Amazing

Thanks guys!


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Sep 29, 2018 08:16 |  #2985

Took my 80D out today with the 50mm f1.8. Interesting to use a prime lens again.


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