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Aug 07, 2020 09:13 as a reply to  @ post 19104892 |  #7966

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Aug 07, 2020 23:30 |  #7967

Almost a 100% crop of a group of deer I saw this evening. Also had some good shadows coming off the hills. Both using the Canon EF 70-300mm f4-5.6L IS.


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Aug 08, 2020 12:38 |  #7968

I decided to get another RF - EF adapter to make switching RF/EF lenses a bit easier. Unfortunately they were out of stock. Most likely a shortage due to the R5 and R6 releases. So I bought a Meike instead for $56. It does have the rubber gasket. Playing around with it last night showed everything functioned the same as the OEM version. There was no play with the EF 24-105L II. Will try other lenses later.

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Aug 08, 2020 13:15 |  #7969

Tossed the 100mm f/2.8L on this morning to take as shot of this little spider. Body is about the size of a half used pencil eraser.

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Aug 08, 2020 13:16 |  #7970

And some drops of water on a rose leaf


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Aug 08, 2020 15:20 |  #7971

Sadly the white border kills the image, click on the glasses, it makes it less dark.

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Aug 08, 2020 15:56 |  #7972

Two random photos with the R and 105/1.4.


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Aug 08, 2020 16:17 |  #7973

I have a file question . . .

My 5DII saves files in the CR2 file format. Windows' File Explorer will show thumbnails of the CR2 file format, but will not show thumbnails of the CR3 file format.

Is there something I can do in order to see thumbnails of my CR3 files in File Explorer? Or do I have to just wait for Microsoft to change, and an update to flow from them?

Thanks.


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Aug 08, 2020 17:05 |  #7974

golfecho wrote in post #19105858 (external link)
I have a file question . . .

My 5DII saves files in the CR2 file format. Windows' File Explorer will show thumbnails of the CR2 file format, but will not show thumbnails of the CR3 file format.

Is there something I can do in order to see thumbnails of my CR3 files in File Explorer? Or do I have to just wait for Microsoft to change, and an update to flow from them?

Thanks.

You need to install Microsoft's Raw Image Extension:
https://www.microsoft.​com …tivetab=pivot:o​verviewtab (external link)


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Aug 08, 2020 18:31 |  #7975

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C Scott IV wrote in post #19105762 (external link)
I decided to get another RF - EF adapter to make switching RF/EF lenses a bit easier. Unfortunately they were out of stock. Most likely a shortage due to the R5 and R6 releases. So I bought a Meike instead for $56. It does have the rubber gasket. Playing around with it last night showed everything functioned the same as the OEM version. There was no play with the EF 24-105L II. Will try other lenses later.

https://www.amazon.com …tle_o00_s00?ie=​UTF8&psc=1 (external link)

d to know about the gasket. I would have gotten one if I had known but I got a Viltrox which does not have a gasket.


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Aug 08, 2020 22:57 as a reply to  @ lijoec's post |  #7976

That look. Yes click on the glasses big difference.Love the B&W.


Keith-EOS R 7D MarkII EOS REBEL T2i 18-55,55-250.85 1/8. 100-400L. 10-22 f/3.5-4.5. 24-105mm f/4L IS,70-200 II,RF 24-105

  
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Aug 09, 2020 03:45 |  #7977

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That look. Yes click on the glasses big difference.Love the B&W.

Thank you.

Its funny, I got the look I wanted with the deep blacks. In lightroom it looked awesome, once I checked it with a white back ground I was surprised how much it changed the look. I have to find a very dark matt to frame this one with. :lol:


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Aug 09, 2020 12:07 |  #7978

Sunny Sunday. Even though i took it on Saturday.


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Aug 09, 2020 22:34 |  #7979

Hopefully you guys aren't getting sick of me already. I've been enjoying my R a lot so far. I took these yesterday. Oh and I really like the RF 24-105mm F4 L lens. Such a great performer.


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Aug 09, 2020 23:23 |  #7980

Huh, it's like it's national sunflower day. Or something.


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