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Jul 31, 2020 19:43 |  #46

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Thanks, I did see some distortion with hummingbirds today. So it will be dependent on the speed of what you shoot. I used the 20fps most of the day without issue.

How it fills the frame vertically is very important. Something 20% the height of the frame is going to have the shutter roll through it 5x faster than something as high as the frame. Crop mode is going to have the shutter roll through it 1.6x as fast as FF mode. This is one unusual situation in which keeping the subject small in the frame can be beneficial, if the subject moves very quickly.




  
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Jul 31, 2020 19:45 |  #47

1.6x as fast as instant is like zero improvement! Oh way, never mind we aren't at global shutters yet. :D


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Aug 01, 2020 02:55 |  #48

A couple with the 400mm DO II crop mode

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Aug 01, 2020 04:36 |  #49

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A couple with the 400mm DO II crop mode

Can you try a few shots with the 200-400 lens plus external 1,4x extender and with the 1,6 crop mode enabled resulting in (400 * 1,4 * 1,4 * 1,6) 1254 mm ?


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Aug 01, 2020 05:02 |  #50

One of my very first shots with the R% (which arrived yesterday)... :)

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Aug 01, 2020 06:08 |  #51

A few shots of things that are being displaced by the R5. I forgot just how good the 100mm L macro was. I haven't used it in ages.
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Aug 01, 2020 06:46 |  #52

Looking good, can't wait to get one.




  
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Aug 01, 2020 11:35 |  #53

You guys with the R5's......High ISO shots Please

6400-12800,25000 ISO shots would be much appreciated


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Aug 01, 2020 11:37 |  #54

Just to let you guys know, i am officially envious! but i'd love to read about your experiences with the R5 and see your wonderful photos. Hopefully i'll be joining the 'R5 Crew' shortly. Until then, please keep posting. :)

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Aug 01, 2020 12:27 |  #55

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Can you try a few shots with the 200-400 lens plus external 1,4x extender and with the 1,6 crop mode enabled resulting in (400 * 1,4 * 1,4 * 1,6) 1254 mm ?

I will give that a try for you


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Aug 01, 2020 12:43 |  #56

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I will give that a try for you

Thank you, I appreciate that :-)


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Aug 01, 2020 12:44 |  #57

My R5 should be here Monday! Anyone else notice that there aren't many RF lenses in the gear database? I mean I get the newest ones not being in there, but the RF 85mm 1.2 and the DS version aren't in there either.




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Aug 01, 2020 14:33 |  #58

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Aug 01, 2020 17:45 |  #59

robamy wrote in post #19102436 (external link)
I will give that a try for you

Can you try the 600mm with the 2x how responsive is the AF at 12fps mechanical and electronic shutter at 20fps compared to the 1DX3?


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Aug 01, 2020 18:26 |  #60

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Can you try the 600mm with the 2x how responsive is the AF at 12fps mechanical and electronic shutter at 20fps compared to the 1DX3?

I actually already tried that. The AF in 20fps seems no different to me. The 12 fps vs 16/20 fps you do notice but honestly not as much as one may think. I have the feeling the 1dx grabs focus a little better, but not by much. This is all forgotten once you use the animal focus, it is outstanding. I think they really put a nice package together here. I really hope they put the animal tracking in the 1dx. I do like the buffer, battery and more robust feel of the 1dx but I did add the grip to the R5 and I feel more at home now :lol:


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