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Jun 26, 2019 02:14 |  #5056

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Griffon Vulture. I'm using the 100-400 all the time now as the 1DX2 will not work with my Canon 2.8 MKII.

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Jun 26, 2019 02:47 |  #5057

Red Dexs wrote in post #18883959 (external link)
Griffon Vulture. I'm using the 100-400 all the time now as the 1DX2 will not work with my Canon 2.8 MKII.

Very nice capture of this magnificent vulture.


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Jun 26, 2019 14:12 |  #5058

Luskentyre on the Isle of Harris - Scotland

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Jun 26, 2019 14:42 |  #5059

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Luskentyre on the Isle of Harris - Scotland

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Beautiful, Derek. Must go back soon!


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Trying the 2.8 lens again.

Sony A9ii, A7Riv, FE 200-600mm f/5.6-6.3 G OSS. Sony 70-200 f/2.8mm GM OSS. Sony 1.4x converter.

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Jun 28, 2019 01:44 |  #5061

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Trying the 2.8 lens again.

Very nice capture, Red Dexs;f


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Jun 30, 2019 18:31 |  #5062

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Jun 30, 2019 18:34 |  #5063

San Diego Safari Park-


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Jul 05, 2019 22:02 |  #5064

I have both a 1DXII and 5DIV. I use the 5D a lot at weddings (ceremony) because of the superb silent mode. I can creep around the church and no one pays me any attention. My question is this: I don't find a whole lot of difference between the two bodies, regardless of photo-situations. Does anyone else see a difference? My photos are "croppable" with both bodies.


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Jul 05, 2019 22:08 |  #5065

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Nice exposure for such bright light.

Is that their skin color or from muddling in mud puddles?


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Jul 05, 2019 23:23 |  #5066

rejay14 wrote in post #18888807 (external link)
I have both a 1DXII and 5DIV. I use the 5D a lot at weddings (ceremony) because of the superb silent mode. I can creep around the church and no one pays me any attention. My question is this: I don't find a whole lot of difference between the two bodies, regardless of photo-situations. Does anyone else see a difference? My photos are "croppable" with both bodies.

I tend to agree with you, rejay. I've only had my 1DXii for a few weeks, and honestly, I don't see much difference between it, and my 5DIV, other than the high frames/sec rate of the 1DXii (I do like this feature).
I switch back and forth between my 3 custom shooting modes quite often when going from BIF to static shots. For me it's much quicker to do with the 5DIV than the 1DXii. As time goes on, and I really get a lot of shooting under my belt with the 1DXii, I think I come to see more noticeable advantages with this camera body.


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Jul 06, 2019 11:05 |  #5067

rejay14 wrote in post #18888807 (external link)
I have both a 1DXII and 5DIV. I use the 5D a lot at weddings (ceremony) because of the superb silent mode. I can creep around the church and no one pays me any attention. My question is this: I don't find a whole lot of difference between the two bodies, regardless of photo-situations. Does anyone else see a difference? My photos are "croppable" with both bodies.

I've had both since Sept, 2016. I slightly prefer the 1DX2 images. The difference is very subtle, but after processing thousands of images from each camera, I tend to like the 1DX2 images better.

I love the 14 fps of the 1DX2. It helps a lot with BIF, airplanes, grandkids, etc. So if I could only have one body, that would be it. That said, I almost always carry both bodies when I'm shooting. The 1DX2 usually has the 100-400 II on it; the 5D4 has a 16-35 or 24-105 on it. I'm really happy with that, and I don't have any plans to replace the 5D4 with another 1DX2.


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Jul 06, 2019 16:33 |  #5068

Lame-Duck wrote in post #18888828 (external link)
I switch back and forth between my 3 custom shooting modes quite often when going from BIF to static shots. For me it's much quicker to do with the 5DIV than the 1DXii.

It's possible to do with a single key press on the 1DX Mark II. You do it easily with your eye still at the eyepiece and no change of grip of the camera. I doubt the 5D Mark IV will support it that fast.

When I'm using two cameras, I'm usually combining the 1DX with the 1DX Mark II.


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Jul 06, 2019 16:53 |  #5069

David Stallard wrote in post #18874432 (external link)
One more (previous to #3 above) managed to clone out the 2 ambulances that were in the background.

Very nice scene
This is what those planes are part of. Taking off into the unknown.
Landscape is inseparable part of that IMO.
I see ones a two seater. Are they originals?

Beautifully photographed.



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Jul 06, 2019 18:23 as a reply to  @ mdvaden's post |  #5070

I think it's a mixture of mud and dust. There was plenty of both in their exhibit.




  
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