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Mar 07, 2020 13:55 |  #7336

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Mar 07, 2020 14:35 |  #7337

Last night's SpaceX launch, carrying the ISS resupply Dragon1 cargo capsule. This is two 3-minute exposures layered in PS. One captured the launch and the first stage seperation and boost-back burn. The second captured the re-entry burn and the landing burn as the first stage landed back on Cape Canaveral.


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This is from my remote camera with a sound trigger. It is a 5DMkII, but I'm including it here to complete the story. Note there were absolutely no lights on the landing pad so all illumination is from the reflection from the engine's landing burn.


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Mar 07, 2020 19:47 as a reply to  @ golfecho's post |  #7338

How do you like the EF 16-35mm F2.8 on the EOS R ? I’m using the EF 17-40mm F4 have been thinking about upgrading .




  
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Mar 07, 2020 23:49 |  #7339

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That looks fantastic. What brand is it?


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Mar 08, 2020 07:58 |  #7340

Kings Cross St. Pancras Station, Poeny.


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Mar 08, 2020 15:29 |  #7341

Crocus stacking  :p
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Mar 08, 2020 20:17 |  #7342

Wishing I had my tripod with me so I could have gotten the ISO down, but had to free hand it. The RF 85mm f1.2.


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Mar 09, 2020 09:03 |  #7343

Hosaltezza wrote in post #19022711 (external link)
How do you like the EF 16-35mm F2.8 on the EOS R ? I’m using the EF 17-40mm F4 have been thinking about upgrading .

All my lenses are EF series with the adapter. It works great, like all the adapted lenses. I can't say how it is compared to the comparable RF lens though . . .


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Mar 09, 2020 09:56 |  #7344

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All my lenses are EF series with the adapter. It works great, like all the adapted lenses. I can't say how it is compared to the comparable RF lens though . . .

The only difference is RF lenses have an option to reduce burst shooting lag. This option is greyed out with EF lenses. I have not really tested this out with my RF lens yet. I don't do much tracking and burst shooting with my RF 24-105.

That is where they get you. Just like V1 to 3 TC's, etc. You miss out on communication options and speeds new equipment offers.


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Mar 09, 2020 18:35 |  #7346

Shot with the Canon RF 85mm f1.2.


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Mar 10, 2020 00:31 |  #7347

Here is a very overcooked full moon tonight. Ended up processing it with Snapseed on my phone as my Linux box decided to just not work right. About ready to dump it.

Really not sure what's up with that background but, I did push things, wanted to get a bit more detail from the moon. Also tried out crop mode on the R to get a little closer.


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Mar 11, 2020 18:16 |  #7348

So as far as using an extender, how far would you dare to go? I've used a 1.4x extender ii (canon) with my sigma 150-600 and seem to get acceptable images. I've wondered about grabbing a 2x because I can't seem to get close enough. Would that be asking too much?

I'm sure it dim up to f/11 with the 2x... What if I stacked them? I think that'd push it to just past 1600mm... What f/16? Too much? Just buy a blasted telescope? I know I wouldn't be able to hand hold such a set up.

Curious but not sure I want to drop 500 bucks on the extender to just test...




  
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Mar 11, 2020 18:46 |  #7349

Many people have had success with both the 2.0 and the 1.4 combined. I have them but just don't need it for what I typically shoot.




  
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Mar 11, 2020 18:53 as a reply to  @ WilsonFlyer's post |  #7350

I think I've seen the Canon 100-400 ii used in this manner a few times, actually it was almost enough to make me think about double dipping and grabbing that one along with the sigma I already had.

I'm actually surprised with this lens as is, seems to give me pretty acceptable images, typically only use it at 600mm. Wish it was f/4 though lol ;)




  
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