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Dec 12, 2018 09:58 |  #8686

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For anyone who has shot this lens on both the older 7D and now the newer 7D Mk ii, can you comment on any differences you might have seen in the images? Thanks.

Yes I have, works well on both, the difference with the 7DII is much nicer grain in the shots


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Dec 12, 2018 12:03 |  #8687

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For anyone who has shot this lens on both the older 7D and now the newer 7D Mk ii, can you comment on any differences you might have seen in the images? Thanks.

The new 7DII AF is a bit faster and more positive, also less likely to hunt in poor light @600mm. It was a bit of a bugger when, after shooting with the 7DII for quite a while I accidently packed the 7DI once, I very much noticed it.


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Dec 12, 2018 13:20 |  #8688

Thanks guys. I'm leaning toward the 7d ii but I'm also leery of where things are headed with the mirrorless bodies too. Been in a "wait and see" mode for about a year or two now.

I still have confidence in my original 150-600 to deliver great images, so my 7d will likely be my first upgrade. Question is, to what.


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Dec 13, 2018 19:21 |  #8689

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Thanks guys. I'm leaning toward the 7d ii but I'm also leery of where things are headed with the mirrorless bodies too. Been in a "wait and see" mode for about a year or two now.

I still have confidence in my original 150-600 to deliver great images, so my 7d will likely be my first upgrade. Question is, to what.


you can pick up a used 7DII now quite cheap or even a new one, I would shoot with what is available now rather than wait on canon producing an upgrade as they are always slow, 7DII is very capable and a nice camera and a great upgrade to the original


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Dec 30, 2018 23:36 |  #8692

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Sandra...the close-up shot is really nicely detailed and sharp. It's my favorite of the two.


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Jan 20, 2019 02:27 |  #8693

Meet Remy who was dumped in a meadow and than brought to our little big cat shelter..... where he will grow up and hopefully will go to the shelter in South Africa


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Jan 20, 2019 04:35 |  #8694

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Meet Remy who was dumped in a meadow and than brought to our little big cat shelter..... where he will grow up and hopefully will go to the shelter in South Africa

he is gorgeous
how do you dump and animal like that?
Where would have one to dump?
Poor thing, how mean. I hope it has a happy life



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Jan 20, 2019 12:22 as a reply to  @ avondale87's post |  #8695

Thanks he is....
He was dumped by a French circus. Animals are not allowed anymore (thank god) in a circus and that is why they dumped him. But on the other site he is having a better life and furture now...


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Jan 20, 2019 12:29 |  #8696

Such a beautiful animal Sandra.

What gets me with this dumping of animals is there is almost always a charity willing to take the animals on at no cost, I can only assume the dumpers are just heartless.


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Feb 26, 2019 12:06 |  #8699

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Wonderful Sandra, the reflected goldfinch is particularly nice.


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Feb 26, 2019 12:24 |  #8700

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Wonderful Sandra, the reflected goldfinch is particularly nice.

Thank you Lester it was a great place to be.


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