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Oct 06, 2020 16:12 |  #916

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Oct 06, 2020 16:31 |  #917

Archibald wrote in post #19135077 (external link)
Yeah, the 10-22mm has an excellent reputation - there is nothing wrong with it.

Agreed, though still using it with the 7DII.
Thanks for passing that comment.


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Oct 06, 2020 17:34 as a reply to  @ post 19134228 |  #918

Enjoying these Clipper.

Hang in there mate, hopefully won't be long and you'll be out


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Oct 06, 2020 17:39 |  #919

You got some nerve putting a $400 crop lens on a $4000 FF camera, but you know what? It WORKS! ;-)a


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Oct 06, 2020 19:29 |  #920

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You got some nerve putting a $400 crop lens on a $4000 FF camera, but you know what? It WORKS! ;-)a

It is what I had - and that was borrowed. At least I didn't put the old kit EF-S 18-55mm on there. Quite sharp for this application honestly, I just wish it hadn't been cropped in terms of resolution.


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Oct 06, 2020 19:31 |  #921

A couple test shots with my son. The focus system on the R5 is just incredible.


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Oct 07, 2020 04:14 |  #922

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Oct 07, 2020 13:31 |  #924

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I always enjoy seeing your bike shots. I had to sell my bike a few years back due to foot problems, really miss the roadtrips.


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Oct 07, 2020 15:26 |  #926

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Oct 07, 2020 15:46 |  #927

LoneRider wrote in post #19135435 (external link)
I always enjoy seeing your bike shots. I had to sell my bike a few years back due to foot problems, really miss the roadtrips.

Thank you! As every year about this time, I'm bummed to see the days getting shorter and cooler, knowing that it won't be long before I need to put them away for a few months. Sure cherishing every moment on them until then!


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Oct 07, 2020 17:58 |  #929

Stopped the local airport on the way home for a few shots before a weeks worth of wet Pacific Northwest weather arrives tomorrow.

(All shot with RF 24-240mm, still not in gear list)


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Oct 07, 2020 18:10 |  #930

Couple of photos with my new R5, I am really liking ergonomics of the R5 over the R. Used the RF 15-35mm on sunset over Lake Superior photo and RF 70-200mm on bridge photo.


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