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Sep 12, 2019 18:03 |  #571

A note of caution: Just because you are at the hard end of rotation for the lens, it doesn't mean that it is focused at infinity. You can easily be past infinity and the results would be OOF. A mistake that is easy to do with MF lenses.


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Sep 12, 2019 23:15 |  #572

TeamSpeed wrote in post #18925815 (external link)
Usually UWA lenses have such huge DOF that you don't really worry to much about focusing on a subject in the scene, at least not to the scrutiny of a long fast lens.

However fast UWA can still be problematic is you are trying to focus on very close objects.

So it depends how near the object was that you were focusing on with the UWA. At some point though like past ten feet out, the DOF starts to go to infinity with that lens.

One way to double check focus peaking with the same lens is to focus using the peaking feature, then zoom in 5x to check the magnified view to see if it still looks good, or go the other way, get critical focus on the object, then zoom out and activate peaking to see what is highlighted.

I think that's what's tripping me up. I'm used to f/1.4 and f/1.2 lenses, focusing wide open, then adjusting aperture as needed for exposure. Not used to having so much in focus - very nice problem to have :lol:.

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A note of caution: Just because you are at the hard end of rotation for the lens, it doesn't mean that it is focused at infinity. You can easily be past infinity and the results would be OOF. A mistake that is easy to do with MF lenses.

That used to be an issue with the kit lens, I have to admit that didn't actually occur to me with this lens.


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Sep 13, 2019 20:31 |  #573

1200mm on the M50, I need to get a good tripod, this handholding crap has to stop. :(

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Sep 14, 2019 15:16 |  #574

From Zoo Boise- The canine is a Maned Wolf, a critter I'd not heard of before. Taken through a window, the pic does not do justice to that gorgeous creature (and I'm not a big dog guy.)

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Sep 24, 2019 12:33 |  #575

I bought the M50 to have something smaller than my 7D to take with me out on the bike. Here's a couple shots from it's first trip to one of our groups Bike Night.


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Sep 25, 2019 15:05 |  #576

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Sep 28, 2019 14:38 |  #577

Sunset over the Mackinac Bridge.

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Sep 28, 2019 15:36 |  #578

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Sep 29, 2019 00:03 |  #579

A few more shots of the Mackinac Bridge:

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Sep 29, 2019 15:26 |  #580

4 image pano from the summit of Sgurr a'Chaorachain, Applecross, Scotland.

This was my first hiking trip where I did not take a DSLR with me. I had 3 lenses: this one, M-22mm f/2 and M-32mm f/1.4. It all went well until I met the living legend Sandy Allan who is the first person (along with his climbing buddy) to complete the Mazeno Ridge on Nanga Parbat. He's a big cheese in the mountaineering world. I didn't think to change my lens to the 32mm and am not happy with the portrait I took of him. If I had had the 6D or 5D4 with a 24-70mm I wouldn't have fluffed it! The jury is still out on mirrorless and 1.6 sensor. Maybe FF mirrorless will win me over but I'll have to rent one first.


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Oct 05, 2019 21:03 |  #582

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Oct 05, 2019 22:16 as a reply to  @ TeamSpeed's post |  #583

Those shots look great for that high an ISO.




  
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Oct 17, 2019 23:05 |  #584

A couple with the 32/1.4

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Oct 18, 2019 13:01 |  #585

A couple from Bike Night


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