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Mar 01, 2019 20:26 |  #3226

my first landscape outing with EOS R, I like the files that are coming out of it

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Mar 01, 2019 20:45 |  #3227

Someone is selling a 35 1.8 on FM for $370.00.. Smoking deal




  
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Mar 01, 2019 20:58 |  #3228

C Scott IV wrote in post #18821104 (external link)
I've never had IBIS so maybe I don't know what I'm missing but I've gotten along fine with IS, even from the kayak.

WilsonFlyer wrote in post #18821109 (external link)
I'm still trying to get my arms around somebody that grew up on IBIS and I mean that seriously. What kinds of cameras did you grow up using?

Sorry for my shorthand  :p
Tend to forget we all don't read all the posts. I certainly don't!

I grew up on IBIS from the first foray off point and shoot type cameras. Although I wouldn't call a G12 your standard point and shoot.
I went straight to Olympus EM5 and was talked out of DSLR by a passionate and highly enthusiastic mirrorless bod in the local camera store.
And I never regretted it.

As far as what I'm missing , that's probably the whole point of futile arguments about either lens or body stability plus in reality how many photos we take where it has zilch benefit.
I could suggest both have advantages, but I wouldn't argue.

It was interesting following this post from scratch and the comments and complaints then the exclamations.
There's so much about these mirrorless that what I missed out on from not going DSLR I'm not ruing.
Getting used to a new system seemed heady to some, but once time, study and extended use kicks in I'm sure some, many (?) users would wonder why the previous fuss about going mirrorless.
Hence my interest in the EOS R. It's mirrorless and bears much similarities to others in use and application. It feels good in the hands. In the store only. At this point in time.  :p



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Mar 01, 2019 21:27 |  #3229

Two blatant “animals are cute” shots. Both were just cropped a bit.

This girl is Precious, and she spends her days on the counter at a shop in Hawi.


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And this fine specimen is Vinnie, and he lives at the Sweet Potato Kitchen (also in Hawi). He has a sandwich named after him and is incredibly comfortable. Not the feathery boots.


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Mar 02, 2019 00:43 |  #3230

A beautiful Orchid.

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Mar 02, 2019 01:41 |  #3231

I firmly believe my wife’s cat intentionally annoys me. I have closet under the stairs where misc stuff gets “stored” anytime she gets the opportunity she gets in and goes all the way to the back. Two choices, unload everything and go in after her or get the laser toy. Thankfully the laser worked today...


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She does this to me even though I buy her nice things...


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Mar 02, 2019 01:44 |  #3232

LoneRider wrote in post #18821313 (external link)
I firmly believe my wife’s cat intentionally annoys me. I have closet under the stairs where misc stuff gets “stored” anytime she gets the opportunity she gets in and goes all the way to the back. Two choices, unload everything and go in after her or get the laser toy. Thankfully the laser worked today...

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Ah, cats. But you have to love them. This one is named Marley, and lives at the resort. He’s very comfortable.


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Mar 02, 2019 01:52 as a reply to  @ LonelyBoy's post |  #3233

We had a wonderful orange tabby “Cheese”. He was like a dog with our youngest, followed him around, came when called. They were inseparable, until Cheese crossed the Rainbow Bridge at 18.


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Mar 02, 2019 02:50 |  #3234

We'll, that didn't take long. Not sure if this jas been posted elsewhere,if so, just ignore...
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Mar 02, 2019 03:10 as a reply to  @ bildeb0rg's post |  #3235

Do Samyang prices drop over time? I saw mention of prices somewhere for these and they were not low.
Can't find it now.


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Mar 02, 2019 03:12 |  #3236

Bothering my little Chewbacca

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Guys do you see the banding on this photo right side of the picture? Is this something that Canon will eventually fix? I purposely shot this underexposed by two stops then brought it back in post. Tony Northrup spoke about this when reviewing the R here
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Mar 02, 2019 03:15 |  #3237

Maybe it was the XP 10mm I was thinking about:

https://www.digitaltre​nds.com …g-rf-mount-lenses-coming/ (external link)
The Samyang XP 10mm f/3.5 will be available this spring. The lens is listed for 1,099 euros, which is roughly $1,250 in the U.S.

10mm full frame, (not fish-eye), reasonable to expect it will be higher than average price.


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Mar 02, 2019 03:25 |  #3238

DigitalTuned wrote in post #18821341 (external link)
Bothering my little Chewbacca
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Guys do you see the banding on this photo right side of the picture? Is this something that Canon will eventually fix? I purposely shot this underexposed by two stops then brought it back in post. Tony Northrup spoke about this when reviewing the R here
https://youtu.be/lmf9Y​vzj85o?t=328 (external link)

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I don't think "fix" is a reasonable term. Fix implies a fault. Don't under expose and you won't see it. Underexpose and some banding may be visible.
The same shot and exposure with an older body would look worse, eg 5DII or 1DS2. A 5DIV will do better.


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Mar 02, 2019 08:25 |  #3239

avondale87 wrote in post #18821177 (external link)
Sorry for my shorthand  :p
Tend to forget we all don't read all the posts. I certainly don't!

I grew up on IBIS from the first foray off point and shoot type cameras. Although I wouldn't call a G12 your standard point and shoot.
I went straight to Olympus EM5 and was talked out of DSLR by a passionate and highly enthusiastic mirrorless bod in the local camera store.
And I never regretted it.

As far as what I'm missing , that's probably the whole point of futile arguments about either lens or body stability plus in reality how many photos we take where it has zilch benefit.
I could suggest both have advantages, but I wouldn't argue.

It was interesting following this post from scratch and the comments and complaints then the exclamations.
There's so much about these mirrorless that what I missed out on from not going DSLR I'm not ruing.
Getting used to a new system seemed heady to some, but once time, study and extended use kicks in I'm sure some, many (?) users would wonder why the previous fuss about going mirrorless.
Hence my interest in the EOS R. It's mirrorless and bears much similarities to others in use and application. It feels good in the hands. In the store only. At this point in time.  :p

Interesting. I have owned a bunch of Canon PnS cameras along the way, and none of them ever had IBIS. I wasn't even aware that it was "a thing" until the last couple of years, and I claim to keep up with the major players in the industry fairly well. What were some of the cameras you grew up shooting with IBIS? I started out with an AE-1 back in the 70s, and nothing I have ever owned owned has had IBIS.

I like what Canon did in IS in lenses years ago and it certainly helped with still photography. If it weren't for the limited amount of video I shoot now, I could care less about IBIS period. Just something else to break as far as I'm concerned. I bought a Ronin S for the few times I really wish I had true stabilization. Problem solved, at least for me.




  
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Mar 02, 2019 09:36 |  #3240

It is the beautiful bird that gets caged. ~ Chinese Proverb

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