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Apr 14, 2019 09:21 as a reply to  @ post 18845362 |  #3796

200 2.8 L prime. I really like the primes lately ߘ


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Apr 14, 2019 12:20 |  #3797

umphotography wrote in post #18845047 (external link)
focus still look off to me. looks like it hit back eye

I prefer the whole body of hair in focus. But focus may not be the entire point.

Look at the shutter speed. If that's hand held with a 135mm lens, could it explain part of the story?


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Apr 14, 2019 15:09 as a reply to  @ post 18845328 |  #3798

Looks like he just seen the Easter bunny.Looks spot on to me but i just got a expensive hobby:)


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Apr 14, 2019 16:53 |  #3799

You caught me! :-)


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Apr 14, 2019 18:32 |  #3800

Finally. something Green !!


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Apr 14, 2019 19:57 as a reply to  @ post 18843938 |  #3801

I am tempted to do the same, along with my 24-70L II and pick up a RF28-70


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Apr 14, 2019 20:03 |  #3802

went to a friend's baby gender reveal party today, this is how they anounced the gender...

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Apr 14, 2019 22:30 |  #3803

Few shots from yesterday in natural light. I will say that even though it looks like i used the R in a wedding, this was not a wedding. This was a photo session after the wedding held a few days prior to contacting me for this. Apparently they didn't hire a photographer and all they had was bad cell phone pictures from their friends. Anyway i loved using the camera in a long period of time. I am getting used the controls and touch screen to the point where i am considering bringing it to a real wedding battle ground, but not yet haha..

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Apr 15, 2019 08:21 |  #3804

Cherry blossom at Brookdale Park NJ

First photoshoot with Eos r coming from 6Dii. All I can say this camera has a better focusing system and sharper image.


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-=6DII *5D2* 6D* 60D* T2i*24-105 f4 II L *24-70 f2.8 L * 35L * ∑ 17-50 f2.8 OS * Canon 50 f1.4* ∑ 50 f1.4 Sold *=-

  
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Apr 15, 2019 08:31 |  #3805

mdvaden wrote in post #18845463 (external link)
I prefer the whole body of hair in focus. But focus may not be the entire point.

Look at the shutter speed. If that's hand held with a 135mm lens, could it explain part of the story?


Well another great point that you picked up on here. 135L's on a DSLR are going to require shutter speed to get usable consistent images. Anyone that has used a 135L will tell you 1/160 minimum with flash assist or 1/320-400 w/o flash assist for general portrait work. Thats just fact. I have used one for 12 yrs now and I know what you can and cant do with the current 135L

Seems to me that some of these common practices with primes will indeed be passed to EOS R Camera use-----UNLESS....Future bodies with IBIS will let you shoot something like a 135L at a slower shutter speed. Some of the benefits I read with Sony, which I have personally seen, is that Sony owners can go out and shoot at slower shutter speeds and 1/20 hand held to blur waterfalls w/o use of a tripod or ND Filter use is easily done. I have witnessed it for myself.

Wondering if this is NOT going to be the case with Canons EOS R ??


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Apr 15, 2019 08:32 |  #3806

DigitalTuned wrote in post #18845746 (external link)
Few shots from yesterday in natural light. I will say that even though it looks like i used the R in a wedding, this was not a wedding. This was a photo session after the wedding held a few days prior to contacting me for this. Apparently they didn't hire a photographer and all they had was bad cell phone pictures from their friends. Anyway i loved using the camera in a long period of time. I am getting used the controls and touch screen to the point where i am considering bringing it to a real wedding battle ground, but not yet haha..

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Apr 15, 2019 10:47 |  #3807

Hi.
Have a questions about camera, maybe someone can help me?

1. Is it possible to re-map LOCK button ? I cant find it in settings...

2. When I try to send photos from camera to my PC via Wi-Fi, transfer (in the EOS Utility) is very slow and brakes so often times due transferring that I cannot send even 1 photo to PC. After selecting images and start sending, camera just going down and I must switch it off and on again to wake it to the life. Auto-transferring is the same thing - very slow and buggy.


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Apr 15, 2019 10:54 |  #3808

I had a chance to take the EOS R to a Rangers ballgame. I had the Canon EF 70-300L paired with it. I was not in the perfect location as you can see the foul ball net corner.

Timing is everything :-) It was really tough getting the perfect shot of a hit ball. Definitely FPS was not fast enough to just spray but after working on my timing I had more luck.

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I was able to get a second base diving stop and pitch out to short for the out

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Apr 15, 2019 14:10 |  #3809

timd35 wrote in post #18845963 (external link)
I had a chance to take the EOS R to a Rangers ballgame. I had the Canon EF 70-300L paired with it.

Curious how you were able to take your camera with you to a game, would love to do this before they move out of Globe Life.




  
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Apr 15, 2019 14:19 |  #3810

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Curious how you were able to take your camera with you to a game, would love to do this before they move out of Globe Life.

The Rangers/Globe Life do not restrict lens size. Their policy is "equipment that might interfere with another guest's enjoyment of the game are prohibited".

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I took in my EOS R, 70-300L and 16-35L in a LowePro top loader.


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