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Mar 26, 2020 21:38 |  #676

One last trip last week before the governor issued the stay home order in Washington state.


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Mar 27, 2020 14:57 |  #677

Just about to pick a M5 up, hopefully. I'll be using it to mount a few old FD lenses.


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Mar 29, 2020 01:22 |  #678

28mm macro, not much to shoot while on the corona lockdown. So i grabbed my M50 and went off to the front yard.


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Mar 29, 2020 03:48 |  #679

Went somewhere different - looking for a place to walk in the lockdown.

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Mar 29, 2020 03:50 |  #680

And today Hawkes Bay Sports Park: so far open, although the facilities are closed. so long as we can use the track to walk, is all I care.

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Mar 29, 2020 21:06 |  #681

I continue to be impressed by the M50, and mirrorless overall. It is not without its faults, but it's a lot more capable than I expected. I'm still getting accustomed to the EVF, and tracking is easier than expected in burst, but once I stop (prior to hitting the buffer), the blackout definitely comes into play. I missed a few shots as a result, but it's all part of the learning curve with the EVF/mirrorless vs. the OVF/7D2. I love being able to use an extender and still have expanded AF.


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Apr 01, 2020 18:07 |  #683


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Apr 06, 2020 13:58 |  #684

Only the fish farm supply ships occasionally pass by.

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Apr 06, 2020 14:07 |  #685

Near full moon from my backyard Apr 5, 2020. Canon M50 + Canon 1.4XIII + Sigma 150-600C. I also posted an image to the 150-600C, however this is a different image and slightly different crop.


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Apr 06, 2020 17:23 |  #686

ct1co2 wrote in post #19041685 (external link)
Near full moon from my backyard Apr 5, 2020. Canon M50 + Canon 1.4XIII + Sigma 150-600C. I also posted an image to the 150-600C, however this is a different image and slightly different crop.

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Apr 09, 2020 09:03 |  #687

Crows not welcome...


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Apr 09, 2020 09:27 as a reply to  @ Trout Bum's post |  #688

It looks like there is some sort of bands around the crow, what is that?




  
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Apr 09, 2020 09:53 |  #689

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It looks like there is some sort of bands around the crow, what is that?

While I was shooting, I was perplexed that it looked like there was a bird’s body outside the nest.
It was a one-dimensional cut-out in the shape of a crow, evidently placed there to discourage crows from attacking the nest.


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Apr 09, 2020 10:10 as a reply to  @ Trout Bum's post |  #690

Ahh, makes sense. I can see that now on looking at it again.




  
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