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Dec 30, 2020 15:25 |  #1801

Shot taken through the window.


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Dec 30, 2020 15:50 |  #1802

WTH is it doing? I hate shooting through windows, it softens everything up.




  
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Dec 30, 2020 16:50 |  #1803

HKGuns wrote in post #19174094 (external link)
WTH is it doing? I hate shooting through windows, it softens everything up.

"When the Red Red Robin comes Bob Bob Bobbin' along", as the song said!


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Dec 30, 2020 19:53 |  #1804

Anybody else had issues with Sandisk Extreme Pro CFExpress cards? Several video files ended up getting corrupted during transfer. This is happened maybe no more than twice in the last decade with other cards. But multiple files from just one outing?!? Files from both R5 and 1Dxiii got corrupted; different cards but same brand and size.


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Dec 30, 2020 21:07 |  #1805

AcademicNomad wrote in post #19174230 (external link)
Anybody else had issues with Sandisk Extreme Pro CFExpress cards? Several video files ended up getting corrupted during transfer. This is happened maybe no more than twice in the last decade with other cards. But multiple files from just one outing?!? Files from both R5 and 1Dxiii got corrupted; different cards but same brand and size.

I have two, the 64G that came with the camera and the 128G I bought. Neither have had corruption issues with stills or video and I've shot both, but not a ton at this point.




  
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Dec 30, 2020 22:10 as a reply to  @ AcademicNomad's post |  #1806

is your reader or camera connected through a non powered usb hub? i had a similar issue with image files downloading them through a un powered usb hub. tried the reader connected right at the usb port on the mac/pc and all was fine, replaced the usb hub with a powered one and all is still good.


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Dec 30, 2020 22:41 |  #1807

aaronhentges wrote in post #19174264 (external link)
is your reader or camera connected through a non powered usb hub? i had a similar issue with image files downloading them through a un powered usb hub. tried the reader connected right at the usb port on the mac/pc and all was fine, replaced the usb hub with a powered one and all is still good.

I actually connected the cameras directly to PC to copy images.


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Dec 31, 2020 14:26 |  #1810

Had a walk in the park this morning - first time for ages and the last time for this year.


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Dec 31, 2020 16:00 |  #1811

My last shots of the year.


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Jan 01, 2021 08:02 |  #1812

First picture posted from 2021. Happy New Year one and all.

Quite pleased as it was hand held and it was a bit skittish.


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Jan 01, 2021 09:43 as a reply to  @ anglefire's post |  #1813

distance from the bird please?




  
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Jan 01, 2021 14:59 |  #1814

Danilo102 wrote in post #19174974 (external link)
distance from the bird please?

Something like 12'-15' I would guess - bit more perhaps.


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Jan 02, 2021 04:27 as a reply to  @ anglefire's post |  #1815

Excellent feather detail especially with the converter on and a relatively slow shutter speed. Well done.


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