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-= Canon EOS R owners unite! Post photos and discuss.

 
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Jun 15, 2019 11:12 |  #4636

Here’s one from me. Retouched it last night.

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Jun 15, 2019 14:05 |  #4637

WilsonFlyer wrote in post #18878038 (external link)
That's just how the forum interpreted the EXIF data. It sees it as a literal, just like it does from a true APS-C camera. The crop factor is most certainly there. I'm guessing about 1.6.

The forum just reported the EXIF data accurately.
The lens was at 10mm. The camera cropped the image.

If you did not further cop the image you posted showing 4176 pixels wide, the R crops EF-S by a factor of 1.609.
(6720 pixels cropped 1.6X would be 4200 pixels wide)

6720 / 1.609 = 4176.


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Jun 15, 2019 14:06 |  #4638

Loving the EOS R!

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Jun 15, 2019 14:59 |  #4639

Choderboy wrote in post #18878156 (external link)
The forum just reported the EXIF data accurately.
The lens was at 10mm. The camera cropped the image.

If you did not further cop the image you posted showing 4176 pixels wide, the R crops EF-S by a factor of 1.609.
(6720 pixels cropped 1.6X would be 4200 pixels wide)

6720 / 1.609 = 4176.

That's different from what I said, how???




  
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Jun 15, 2019 15:17 |  #4640

Could not get him to turn around.... or stay....

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Jun 15, 2019 16:05 |  #4641

Received mine earlier this week, and just now had time to play with it.

Using the basic adapter, with a Sigma 150-500, the AF is iffy at best. It almost seems to back focus, but not exactly. BIF, I can get one shot, and nothing else. I'm not super happy. I'm definatly going to be relying on my 7DmkII for a birder camera.

[Edit: I should add, iffy at best with my current equipment]

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But for one shot on non-moving objects, with the 24-105, I do like the sharpness.

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Jun 15, 2019 16:48 |  #4642

Too cloudy to get actual lightning from my house but managed to get a shot of the light pollution competing with the lightning in the clouds. I composed the two trees in the middle and masked the color temperatures to meet in the middle as well.

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I like to shoot things...sometimes with a camera!

  
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Jun 15, 2019 20:18 |  #4643

So I'm a bit behind in this thread - life's been hectic. Got the opportunity to shoot a few of the wifey at Ironman Boulder. Here are a couple of them. It was too cold to get more.

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We're going to Rome in a couple of weeks; I'm sure I'll have more then.

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Jun 16, 2019 04:03 |  #4644

Taken at a WW I re-enactment at the History Alive Event in Brisbane yesterday (15th June 2019).

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Jun 16, 2019 06:05 |  #4645

patrick j wrote in post #18877846 (external link)
I just went through the whole filter shopping experience for a ND filter, kind of frustrating because so many choices. I ended up with an 8 stop Formatt Hitech. Only had it out for a spin once but didn't see any color cast. I bought an 82 mm thread size with a step up ring so I'm covered for any current or future lenses, just need to buy another step up ring rather than another filter.



It gets confusing for sure! I really like the looks of this one.. but wow it’s three bones!!

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Jun 16, 2019 10:42 |  #4646

venghous1 wrote in post #18878529 (external link)
It gets confusing for sure! I really like the looks of this one.. but wow it’s three bones!!

https://youtu.be/E582m​BFYQv0 (external link)

This was a good review of variable ND's, and part of the reason I went with a fixed filter instead, also where I got the idea to go with an 82 mm filter size.

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Jun 16, 2019 15:08 |  #4647

I was thinking about re buying the old EF 70-210mm f/4 and using it was the EF adapter in 1.6x crop mode. I had a good copy and I really regret selling it years ago. I invested in the 35mm RF for my kids and I'm planning on getting an ultra wide angle soon for landscapes so I just need something to play with. I took it to Albany at the NYG training camp with my 20D and it looked almost L like quality at f/4. Not bad for $98




  
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Jun 16, 2019 15:51 |  #4648

Wouldn't have got this with my 5D, composed using the flip out screen at an angle, focused with the touch screen, exposure adjusted with the control ring.........

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Jun 16, 2019 16:19 |  #4649

And now two of that poor stray kitty...

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Jun 17, 2019 05:19 |  #4650

LonelyBoy wrote in post #18878340 (external link)
So I'm a bit behind in this thread - life's been hectic. Got the opportunity to shoot a few of the wifey at Ironman Boulder. Here are a couple of them. It was too cold to get more.

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We're going to Rome in a couple of weeks; I'm sure I'll have more then.

Good shots. So much better with slow shutter speed.


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