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Oct 27, 2018 17:02 |  #20536

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Trying t help... Just to confirm two things.... You are trying to Mfa with the TC on, separately than without? Also, need to confirm setting that keeps the individual lens mfa's, and not using a global setting. My 1.4iii on a lens is 'non-detectible' when m shooting or looking at the results, just sharp.

Old news Guy, I was not MFAing this camera to fix a problem. I don't intend to go anywhere near that again any time soon. The answer was clear... so I got a different camera.

Guy I've had more 7DII's than any one guy should ever see in a life time. I have moved on.


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Oct 27, 2018 17:24 |  #20537

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Please explain.... I know I have not been very active on his board nor with my actual 7dii for a while, but I thought the max ISO for 7dii was 16,000. How are you getting enabling 51200 ISO?

ISO 16000 is the highest the "Auto ISO" can use. One needs to use the ISO button to choose higher ISO settings- it is in front of the LCD screen on the top of the camera. If you can't see values above 16000, try checking the ISO speed settings in the MENU. They are in the second page of the Camera tab (looks like a camera icon), ISO speed setting, under ISO Speed range.

In this case, I was hand-held, in next to no light, and imaging a moving bird so I used the highest setting possible. Even with a tripod, I would have used this setting since the kiwi was moving about.




  
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Oct 27, 2018 20:42 |  #20538

Canon 7D2, Bower 8mm f3.5 Fisheye


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Oct 27, 2018 20:44 |  #20539

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Nice colors and composition. I wouldn't have guessed that was a fisheye lens.




  
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Oct 27, 2018 23:08 |  #20540

Still going..
Used it and the 5D4 for a wedding couple weeks ago

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Oct 28, 2018 04:35 |  #20541

Pondrader wrote in post #18737914 (external link)
Old news Guy, I was not MFAing this camera to fix a problem. I don't intend to go anywhere near that again any time soon. The answer was clear... so I got a different camera.

Guy I've had more 7DII's than any one guy should ever see in a life time. I have moved on.

you certainly seem to have had bad luck, but you sure have got some lovely images out of 7DIIs regardless. Hopefully the next camera will be a better fit for you. Still curious to now what you replaced 7DII with, and so glad mine has been such a stellar camera from day dot


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Oct 28, 2018 04:45 |  #20542

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That is an interesting looking dog. I don't think I've ever seen that breed before.

they are bred to protect herds, not really the sort of dog you have as a pet, they live with the herd, see a lot living with sheep and goats


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Oct 28, 2018 06:10 |  #20543

aladyforty wrote in post #18738152 (external link)
you certainly seem to have had bad luck, but you sure have got some lovely images out of 7DIIs regardless. Hopefully the next camera will be a better fit for you. Still curious to now what you replaced 7DII with, and so glad mine has been such a stellar camera from day dot

I'm glad yours is good too.. this last one showed me it was bad very quickly. I just wanted nothing to do with fixing it.

BUT it a way I have.... once I get a few shots under my belt I may just have to write a book about the old and the new..

I loved the images I got when the 7DII was at the top of its game.. but I'm not going to miss it for long.


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Oct 28, 2018 07:00 |  #20544

Hi gang, our weather has be yucky for about 3 weeks, colder than usual and so much rain... but as I have not posted much this year I have a few to pop up ~


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Oct 28, 2018 07:03 |  #20545

a few more ~


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Oct 28, 2018 07:05 |  #20546

and these ~


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Oct 28, 2018 07:06 |  #20547

and finally these ~


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Oct 28, 2018 07:49 |  #20548

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lovely images, you live in a beautiful place


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Oct 28, 2018 11:03 |  #20549

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I'm glad yours is good too.. this last one showed me it was bad very quickly. I just wanted nothing to do with fixing it.

BUT it a way I have.... once I get a few shots under my belt I may just have to write a book about the old and the new..

I loved the images I got when the 7DII was at the top of its game.. but I'm not going to miss it for long.


I've had very good success with the 7DII, and have enjoyed your photographs. And while there is much for me to learn about photography, one thing is certain: It's not the camera that makes the pictures good or bad. I am sure that when this deep, dark secret about what the new camera is or is not is finally revealed, your images will still look as good as ever, and compared side by side with ones from your soon to be departed 7D will be indistinguishable. Your knowledge makes them successful, much less so the machine you choose for the job.


Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fuji, any others; all good, once they've been mastered (as you have clearly done). The new camera will be good, it will have some limitations, you will overcome them, and great pictures will remain.


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Oct 28, 2018 11:54 as a reply to  @ Pondrader's post |  #20550

Pondrader - I'm guessing a brand switch... and the fun of exploring a whole new system.

Me, I'm eyeballing the EOS R - mostly because I want to get into Astro, and I can see that being an ideal camera...


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