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Apr 23, 2019 20:50 |  #21346

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Good job.

Oceans and seagulls on the moon! Who knew?

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Don't forget the pelicans (second image, bottom right).  :p That crater-looking feature caught my eye too in post-processing.




  
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Apr 24, 2019 17:18 |  #21347

And...it got to keep its English muffin


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Apr 25, 2019 16:12 |  #21348

Capn Jack wrote in post #18851015 (external link)
And...it got to keep its English muffin



"Wish there was a little more butter on this thing..oh well"


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Apr 25, 2019 19:58 as a reply to  @ post 18847696 |  #21349

Yes, I have been thinking about this situation quite a lot lately.

A good part of recently being motivated to obtain a second 7D Mark II.

I sure don't like the way the signs are pointing. It's not just that the DSLR is a robust technology based upon an earlier one, the SLR. It's about literally seeing what you want to photograph with your own eyes, the photons coming from the subject at the speed of light, directly into the viewfinder. Not through some EVF apparatus, where everything you see is not only not what your eyes would have seen, but what you are seeing is also delayed in time maybe some 16 milliseconds later than reality due to framerates. Yech! Then, issues like battery life for day long shoots ...

I do not believe in mirrorless, no matter what the market/marketeer says. A community consensus doesn't persuade me -- whole communities can be wrong.


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Apr 25, 2019 20:17 |  #21350

raksphoto wrote in post #18851573 (external link)
Yes, I have been thinking about this situation quite a lot lately.

A good part of recently being motivated to obtain a second 7D Mark II.

I sure don't like the way the signs are pointing. It's not just that the DSLR is a robust technology based upon an earlier one, the SLR. It's about literally seeing what you want to photograph with you own eyes, the photons coming from the subject at the speed of light, directly into the viewfinder. Not through some EVF apparatus, where everything you see is not only not what your eyes would have seen, but what you are seeing is also delayed in time maybe some 16 milliseconds later than reality due to framerates. Yech! Then, issues like battery life for day long shoots ...

I do not believe in mirrorless, no matter what the market/marketeer says. A community consensus doesn't persuade me -- whole communities can be wrong.


Preach on brother. You know that 7diii is on the shelf. Waiting for executive approval. Gimme.
No Sony for this old geezer.
Well, the 7d ii will probably carry me through. Not much time left anyways.


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Apr 26, 2019 06:36 |  #21351


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Apr 26, 2019 17:05 |  #21352

Hand-held, ISO 12800 :eek:
Caught focus through the branches rather well, I think

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Apr 26, 2019 21:30 as a reply to  @ post 18849313 |  #21353

Great shots


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Apr 26, 2019 21:54 |  #21354

osprey with dinner


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Apr 26, 2019 23:02 |  #21355

Capn Jack wrote in post #18851998 (external link)
Hand-held, ISO 12800 :eek:
Caught focus through the branches rather well, I think

Great post-processing, Capn! I wouldn't have guessed 12800 ISO if you hadn't mentioned it.


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Apr 27, 2019 03:42 |  #21356

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Wonderful capture Dian. Love all the water droplets everywhere.


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Apr 27, 2019 10:22 |  #21357

Scrumhalf wrote in post #18852078 (external link)
Great post-processing, Capn! I wouldn't have guessed 12800 ISO if you hadn't mentioned it.

I actually did very little, all in Lightroom. Lens adjustment, exposure. I don't think I did any smoothing though I'll look again later. I was surprised when I saw the ISO after posting in the bird portrait thread. Maybe I got an extraordinarily good camera since I never had the focus issues people were discussing when it first came out, either.




  
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Apr 27, 2019 10:22 |  #21358

thanks,another from the same day.he was a soaked bird,diving all the way under to get this shocked fish

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Apr 27, 2019 13:57 |  #21359

Hi, Waiting on a 7D Mk ii to arrive next week and although I have read a lot on line about how good the camera is when it comes to noise would like some views from the front line on how or if this camera can handle noise past the ISO 1600 mark as I use now a 70D and past ISO 1000 not that impressive IMO thus far. Thankyou. Russ.


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Apr 27, 2019 14:01 as a reply to  @ russellsnr2's post |  #21360

This is ISO 4000

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