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Nov 24, 2020 18:20 |  #1516

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Some pics from the last week or two. Short Eared Owls from Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Nov 24, 2020 18:36 |  #1517

Heavily cropped, not suitable for large printing, but quite adequate and enough details intact for the web.....


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Nov 25, 2020 01:08 |  #1518

local Eastern Rosella. Hopefully now restrictions have been lifted here I can go find some other variety of birds to shoot for a change:)


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Nov 25, 2020 01:11 |  #1519

clipper_from_oz wrote in post #19157203 (external link)
local Eastern Rosella. Hopefully now restrictions have been lifted here I can go find some other variety of birds to shoot for a change:)

Glad your restraints have been eased. Haven't tired of your variety though.
This is another beautiful capture. Really lovely.
Enjoy your new found freedom.



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Nov 25, 2020 01:21 |  #1520

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Have you tried the 1.4 added to the 150-600 on the R5, if so, was AF as responsive, as if it was on natively?


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Nov 25, 2020 04:30 |  #1521

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Nov 25, 2020 04:43 |  #1522

Bianchi wrote in post #19157206 (external link)
Have you tried the 1.4 added to the 150-600 on the R5, if so, was AF as responsive, as if it was on natively?

I don't have that lens, but with the Sigma 100-400/5-6.3, reporting TCs slow down AF significantly during those long-haul large changes in focus distance, contrasted to my 400/4DO II, which doesn't seem to slow down much at all with either a Kenko Pro 300 DG 1.4, or the Canon 2xIII. Before I updated the Sigma firmware a couple of weeks ago, I could use it with a Tamron 2x with taped pins (I am not inclined to put tape on the 2xIII), and it AFed pretty fast, but was more prone to go off focus after initially locking on, but refocused pretty fast. I think that 1.4x worth of non-reporting can help the speed without the side effect, but 2x is a bit much for 99%-lockon. The EF TC protocol is a pain in the butt. You should be able to have a TC that reports EXIF correctly, even stacked with other TCs, and have options to vary the speed regulator to match your system and your needs. The R5 and R6 open up TC AF opportunities quite a bit, at the level of potential, but that potential is very difficult to realize with the antiquated protocol, which assumes lame/dead DSLR AF with higher f-numbers (at least for EF lenses and TCs - I don't know the TC communication situation with RF lenses).




  
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Nov 25, 2020 06:41 |  #1523

I, John Sheehy wrote in post #19157266 (external link)
The EF TC protocol is a pain in the butt. You should be able to have a TC that reports EXIF correctly, even stacked with other TCs, and have options to vary the speed regulator to match your system and your needs.

Another problem with TCs that are not seen by the system is that IBIS assumes the reported focal length, and does not correct sufficiently. The nice thing about in-lens IS is that it does not care about correction in terms of millimeters on the sensor; it just stabilizes its own analog projection, with no need to know if that projection passes through any other optics.




  
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Nov 25, 2020 06:51 |  #1524

Bianchi wrote in post #19157206 (external link)
Have you tried the 1.4 added to the 150-600 on the R5, if so, was AF as responsive, as if it was on natively?

No, I have not and very likely to hold off on the idea until I get a good prime. A thread on this topic:

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Nov 25, 2020 07:28 |  #1525

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Nov 25, 2020 08:47 |  #1526

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This is a decent crop. How big is that cropped file ?? Could you make a 16x24 print with it ??


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Nov 25, 2020 09:17 |  #1527

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This is a decent crop. How big is that cropped file ?? Could you make a 16x24 print with it ??

The cropped dimension is 2506 x 1760 and 5.90mp jpeg.

Of course, if my intention was to make 16x24 prints, I wouldn't have taken from such a far distance. Still, a decent file size after a heavy crop good for just about any purposes except very large prints.



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Nov 25, 2020 09:45 |  #1529

Bianchi wrote in post #19157206 (external link)
Have you tried the 1.4 added to the 150-600 on the R5, if so, was AF as responsive, as if it was on natively?

I've tried it with the EF 1.4III. I find the lens a little slower to acquire focus than the EF100-400, with or without the t/c. Sharp enough when it works.

Posted this one before, but didn't have EXIF.


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Nov 25, 2020 18:11 |  #1530

I think this is excellent urban photography. Maybe cropped a tad too tight?

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