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Apr 06, 2019 16:35 |  #3691

Chill your hoof's! :)


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Apr 06, 2019 18:11 |  #3692

Finally getting some spring weather to enjoy! Loving that flip screen.

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Apr 06, 2019 18:32 |  #3693

When the Sierra wakes up from winter I will try for some better shots but the 100-400 is fun for landscape. I'm at the 7000ft level looking up. Spring will be delayed this year in the high country. That is a huge bonus for everybody... more water.


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Apr 06, 2019 18:39 |  #3694

A few from today...


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Apr 06, 2019 18:40 |  #3695

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Apr 06, 2019 18:41 |  #3696

One from a small hike today:


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Apr 07, 2019 08:52 |  #3697

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Rumor has it that Tioga pass wont open until late June/July and Mammoth and Tahoe will be skiing through July. June lake got almost 400 inches.. 674 inches of snowfall at the top is unbelievable

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Apr 07, 2019 09:35 |  #3698

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Rumor has it that Tioga pass wont open until late June/July and Mammoth and Tahoe will be skiing through July. June lake got almost 400 inches.. 674 inches of snowfall at the top is unbelievable

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Yes sir, July for Tioga Pass which is just painful for us on the east side, and Mammoth Mountain will close on July 4th. Today is the last day for June Mtn skiing, even though they have massive snow.


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Apr 07, 2019 09:44 |  #3699

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For people who travel with theirs, what bags do you use? I'd be wanting a padded messenger bag (or an padded insert that could be put in a messenger bag) that would fit the R with at least the 24-105.

My favorite bag for travel is a drawstring tote bag. I have one from Adidas that has a separate zippered area where I can throw extra batteries. I've carried an extra zoom (70-200 f4) with my camera in there all over the world.
Alternatively, if the trip is longer than a few days I'll use the backpack that came with my luggage. I can fit a few more things in that. I don't like things that scream "there's expensive equipment in here".


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Apr 07, 2019 11:05 |  #3700

Well I decided not to wait for a RF 15-35 f/4 and got a EF 17-40 f/4 to tide me over.

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Apr 07, 2019 12:20 |  #3702

JoelBosco wrote in post #18841695 (external link)
My favorite bag for travel is a drawstring tote bag. I have one from Adidas that has a separate zippered area where I can throw extra batteries. I've carried an extra zoom (70-200 f4) with my camera in there all over the world.
Alternatively, if the trip is longer than a few days I'll use the backpack that came with my luggage. I can fit a few more things in that. I don't like things that scream "there's expensive equipment in here".

Thanks; I have some of those but wanted something with some padding in it. The bag that doesn't scream "camera" is great, and why I like my blue Crumpler backpack but I wanted a messenger type bag that would be sort of equivalent.


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Apr 07, 2019 12:21 |  #3703

I think this lens is a keeper for the price.

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Apr 07, 2019 12:27 |  #3704

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Well I decided not to wait for a RF 15-35 f/4 and got a EF 17-40 f/4 to tide me over. It is much sharper on Smugmug

It's not exactly cat food here on POTN! The R makes the old standby look good.


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Apr 07, 2019 12:47 |  #3705

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It's not exactly cat food here on POTN! The R makes the old standby look good.

Agreed. At $499 to 17-40L is pretty good. I figured I would try it before spending $999 for the 16-35L f/4 knowing they will eventually come out with a RF 15-35L f/4 or comparable. I don't need IS on a tripod anyway. It is surprising how well it handles with the sun in the frame too.

Yes, there is distortion and softness in the corners but mine isn't as bad as some of the examples on YouTube. Of course if you compose planning to crop to 8X10 that pretty much eliminates the corners.


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