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Oct 05, 2020 15:49 |  #901

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I went out with some street photography friends to try their type of thing, it's not something i usually do and after testing it i will probably never do it again. Boring and pointless photography of random humans on the street. I felt meh after testing that..

This type of sneaky photography was easy with the silent R5, rarely anyone noticed me and no one heard me shooting. :)

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These are incredible. I shot with that lens once and would love to own it.


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Oct 05, 2020 20:12 |  #902

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Oct 05, 2020 20:25 |  #903

Many great birding photos.

But, so far it's not as epic as photos posted on 5D MK4 after it launched.


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Oct 05, 2020 21:14 |  #904

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Many great birding photos.

But, so far it's not as epic as photos posted on 5D MK4 after it launched.

I think more people are watching their disposable income/credit card debt now vs. when the 5dIV was introduced.


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Oct 05, 2020 21:36 |  #905

realairlight wrote in post #19134717 (external link)
Many great birding photos.

But, so far it's not as epic as photos posted on 5D MK4 after it launched.

A lot of people in lockdown or restricted travel/movement. As for me, it's a time limitation problem. And yes, I also have a 5DIV and am very fond of it. I had more time to play with it when I got it than I do now.


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Oct 06, 2020 04:55 |  #906

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Oct 06, 2020 05:03 |  #907

realairlight wrote in post #19134717 (external link)
Many great birding photos.

But, so far it's not as epic as photos posted on 5D MK4 after it launched.

You do realize we are in a global pandemic? Back orders are not even all filled, travel restricted in a many areas, sports hurt really badly. I really do not know what comments like this prove. This camera camera has the best AF system ever introduced in a Canon camera period. I am not putting down the 5d Mark 4 either but this camera is better in many ways but I do not think you here for that sort of info.

Did you buy one? Let me guess I doubt it.


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Oct 06, 2020 07:00 as a reply to  @ robamy's post |  #908

loving the light and drama..sweet shot x2:-D




  
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Oct 06, 2020 08:20 |  #909

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It's my "first impression" to the camera from this valued forum.

I would say you are not looking good enough then.


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Oct 06, 2020 09:32 |  #910

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Oct 06, 2020 10:07 |  #911

realairlight wrote in post #19134717 (external link)
Many great birding photos.

But, so far it's not as epic as photos posted on 5D MK4 after it launched.

I interpreted your comment here a bit differently so I'll respond a bit differently.

As a current 5D IV shooter myself (as you are), I don't find the R5 samples displayed here to be "epic-ally" different from those with 5D IV. When I upgraded from 5D III to 5D IV a few years back, I wasn't expecting that my photo outcomes would be all that different, epic-ally or not. I upgraded nevertheless because I can do certain things (crop-ability being one major example) with the 5D IV that I couldn't do with the III. I'm now going to upgrade from 5D IV to R5 and, again, not because of my expectation that the image outcomes would be epic-ally different from the 5D IV but because of what I can do with the R5 that I can't with the IV. While I don't have the R5 yet, one thing I do fully expect from the upgrade is the greater number of keepers. While I love my 5D IV (enough that I'll keep it as a backup body), it also has been a source of great frustration at times when I missed great opportunities while shooting birds in flight. With the vast superior improvements in AF system in the R5, I expect to grab some of those great opportunities back. With greater crop-ability, too, I can retain more details out of those bird feathers even if I failed to fill the bird with the frame.



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Oct 06, 2020 13:58 |  #912

Great shot Mike. Love you got it with a EF-S lens. Shows it can do a good job with the right photographer behind it.
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Oct 06, 2020 14:47 |  #913

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Great shot Mike. Love you got it with a EF-S lens. Shows it can do a good job with the right photographer behind it.
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Thanks Dave,
I have a few EF-S format lenses that I'll be swapping out as soon as I can afford better glass. For now they do the job. Dynamic range of the R5 also helps. :)


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Oct 06, 2020 15:01 |  #914

Mike Martin wrote in post #19135049 (external link)
Thanks Dave,
I have a few EF-S format lenses that I'll be swapping out as soon as I can afford better glass. For now they do the job. Dynamic range of the R5 also helps. :)

I have a couple as well as a crop frame fisheye I held onto. I tried them when I had the R and it was fun to mess with them. I haven't had time yet to try them on the R5 but they should be fine. That's a beautiful photo, Mike!


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Oct 06, 2020 16:09 |  #915

edmidlifecrisis wrote in post #19135054 (external link)
I have a couple as well as a crop frame fisheye I held onto. I tried them when I had the R and it was fun to mess with them. I haven't had time yet to try them on the R5 but they should be fine. That's a beautiful photo, Mike!

Yeah, the 10-22mm has an excellent reputation - there is nothing wrong with it.


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