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Oct 06, 2019 19:17 |  #5701

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New truck a couple of weeks ago. Decent weather today so a few pics with it all cleaned up...


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I’m a long time Ford guy - how do you like it?

Took this one earlier today. It’s the family truckster. Took the kids to a cider mill/orchard to meet with our family photographer to get this year’s fall pictures.


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Oct 06, 2019 19:48 |  #5702

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congrats and good luck with it. Looks like the new Ranger, they look pretty good.


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Oct 06, 2019 20:16 |  #5703

Another from earlier this year. Don’t remember exactly how I processed it. It’s not an HDR - I think I bounced it between Luminar and Lightroom for a few different things and landed on this.

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Oct 06, 2019 21:36 |  #5704

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Apparently Ford has re-introduced the Ranger, I know they discontinued it a few years ago. I had one for about 12 years, quite dependable, and good off-road.


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Oct 06, 2019 21:39 |  #5705

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Hi There

I am new to the forum - and not certain if I am posting in the correct place.

If am posting incorrectly can somebody redirect me, please?

We (hubbie and I) now have an Eos 400D - we also both have historic (30+-year-old) SLR Cameras as well (a Canon A1 and a Praktica). Which include both standard lenses and additional lenses we purchased including both Tokina and Tamron lenses.

As we are having a Spring clean - before I sell two lenses the Tokina (28-70 Zoom) and Tamron (103A - 80-120 Zoom) - can any confirm if the adaptors to Eos 400D actually work with these lenses.

Many Thanks

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Start a new thread in this forum. Might get a few more eyeballs on your question that way. This is the EOS R thread.


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Oct 06, 2019 21:47 |  #5706

lijoec wrote in post #18939706 (external link)
congrats and good luck with it. Looks like the new Ranger, they look pretty good.

randy98mtu wrote in post #18939679 (external link)
I’m a long time Ford guy - how do you like it?

Took this one earlier today. It’s the family truckster. Took the kids to a cider mill/orchard to meet with our family photographer to get this year’s fall pictures.

Yes, 2019 Ranger SuperCrew Cab Lariat 4x4 FX4. Traded in my 2015 F-150 SuperCrew 4x4 XLT. Downsized but seriously upgraded in the accoutrements.

I’ve had it 3 weeks, put 1200 miles on it so far and no complaints. The 2.3L turbo is pretty responsive and the 10 speed tranny is smooth. Not quite as much get up and go off the line as the F-150 and it’s 2.7L V6 twin turbo, but close.

Never really had a brand loyalty when it comes to cars, but we have the Ranger, an Escape, and a Mustang so I guess I am a Ford guy after all.


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Oct 06, 2019 22:01 |  #5707

patrick j wrote in post #18939784 (external link)
Apparently Ford has re-introduced the Ranger, I know they discontinued it a few years ago. I had one for about 12 years, quite dependable, and good off-road.


Yes, new in the US this year. Evidently it has been available in other countries for the past 3-4 years. Perfect size for my purposes. Frontier and Tacoma were too small in 2015 when I was in the market for a truck. Ended up getting an F-150 which was really bigger than needed. With my wife’s Escape and my Mustang having more options/higher trim level, F-150 felt much older than it was. Decided to trade it and go with options similar to our other vehicles.


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Oct 07, 2019 00:34 |  #5708

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The 2.3L turbo is pretty responsive and the 10 speed tranny is smooth. Not quite as much get up and go off the line as the F-150 and it’s 2.7L V6 twin turbo, but close.

2.3L, they are squeezing more and more power out of smaller and smaller engines. Plus a 10 speed transmission, never heard of such a thing. Mine had a 4 liter engine that was around 190 HP.


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Oct 07, 2019 01:34 |  #5709

People are creatures of habit. That's why I don't immediately belief the statements that the EOS-R is no good for birding. For sure, the EOS-R with 400DOII+2.0tc is not for BIF, I still have the 7DII with 400DOII+1.4tc for that. But from what I see from the EOS-R, the AF really nails it, and the IQ is really smooth...

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Me too. Picked up the 7D2 yesterday. It felt ancient.




  
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Oct 07, 2019 04:21 |  #5710

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People are creatures of habit. That's why I don't immediately belief the statements that the EOS-R is no good for birding. For sure, the EOS-R with 400DOII+2.0tc is not for BIF, I still have the 7DII with 400DOII+1.4tc for that. But from what I see from the EOS-R, the AF really nails it, and the IQ is really smooth...

That's why I dont say much about the focusing on the BIFs . I'm still learning it and blame myself. If others can get some great results, I'll eventually do the same.


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Oct 07, 2019 06:56 |  #5712

Chris1966 wrote in post #18939859 (external link)
People are creatures of habit. That's why I don't immediately belief the statements that the EOS-R is no good for birding. For sure, the EOS-R with 400DOII+2.0tc is not for BIF, I still have the 7DII with 400DOII+1.4tc for that. But from what I see from the EOS-R, the AF really nails it, and the IQ is really smooth...

You just gotta try it for yourself and see, I'll be curious to see and hear about your experiences :-)


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Oct 07, 2019 08:12 |  #5713

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2.3L, they are squeezing more and more power out of smaller and smaller engines. Plus a 10 speed transmission, never heard of such a thing. Mine had a 4 liter engine that was around 190 HP.

Ford seems to have figured out turbos. 270hp/310 ft lb torque. 4500 lb truck that is getting 22mpg combined. While I might be an old man, I dont drive like one.;-)a


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Oct 07, 2019 08:22 |  #5714

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Ford seems to have figured out turbos. 270hp/310 ft lb torque. 4500 lb truck that is getting 22mpg combined. While I might be an old man, I dont drive like one.;-)a

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Oct 07, 2019 08:49 |  #5715

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You just gotta try it for yourself and see, I'll be curious to see and hear about your experiences :-)

I intend to, just don't have the financial resources to make mistakes, so these fora help me a lot.
Out of curiosity though: since you have the Nikon 500PF, and have used the Canon 400DOII (+1.4TC):
How do they compare?




  
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