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Jan 04, 2021 15:53 |  #8566

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Jan 04, 2021 17:59 |  #8567

Dillan_K wrote in post #19176296 (external link)
^^^

For me, the black and white is the ticket. Cool shot!

Thank you! I posted them separate so I would have an idea of other's preference. Looks like color has the edge by a hair. I'm still on the fence.


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Jan 04, 2021 18:01 |  #8568

GammyKnee wrote in post #19176420 (external link)
Black and white all the way! That is one superb shot!

Thank you!


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Jan 05, 2021 18:18 |  #8569

A couple more of my patented "sunset abstracts" Used a lens I haven't used much at all, the EFs 17-55. For some odd reason, I seem to reach more for my crop sensor glass with the R. Usually been reaching for the siggy 18-35 f/1.8, when I don't put my workhorse 24-105mm mkI.

What is everyone's go to glass on their R?


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Jan 05, 2021 18:45 |  #8570

avondale87 wrote in post #19176362 (external link)
Charles these are excellent.
Always enjoy your scenes of these trees.
Very nice indeed

Thank you! I feel lucky to have a place like this within an hour drive.


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Jan 09, 2021 20:07 |  #8571

Some fun with my son

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Jan 10, 2021 01:25 |  #8572

One from late September:

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Jan 10, 2021 09:10 |  #8573

I've been sidelined for the last 4 months so it felt great to get out and shoot a bit. Not the best sunrise but it was awesome to be able to be there.


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Jan 10, 2021 09:18 |  #8574

and a couple more fro a local reserve, still not the best but I'm thankfull to be able to.


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Jan 10, 2021 14:43 |  #8575

Lake O' the Pines
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Jan 10, 2021 17:08 |  #8576

Lake O' the Pines. This is an edited version of one I posted SOOC earlier. Actually it is the next frame.


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Jan 11, 2021 15:19 |  #8577

Has anyone that has an R5/R6 or have purchased the newer LP-E6NH tried the newer battery battery in the R and if so, what are your experiences compared to the battery that shipped with the camera?




  
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Jan 11, 2021 15:36 |  #8578

God I hope this is OK. I'm going to throw this up here and if it gets deleted, it was an honest mistake. I couldn't walk away from this, though I have always shot exclusively SansDisk. I bought two. Heckuva deal as far as I can tell. If I missed something, let me know.

As I understand it, it is for TODAY ONLY. I just happened across it on a rumors site.

1TB Lexar SDXC for $99US

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Jan 11, 2021 18:53 |  #8579

WilsonFlyer wrote in post #19180017 (external link)
Has anyone that has an R5/R6 or have purchased the newer LP-E6NH tried the newer battery battery in the R and if so, what are your experiences compared to the battery that shipped with the camera?

I tried it just to verify that it works. The new LP-E6NH battery works fine in the EOS R, and the 5D Mk4. I haven't used it long enough to do any testing with it in the EOS R but it does have about 14% more capacity than the previous LP-E6N batteries.


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Jan 12, 2021 18:44 as a reply to  @ Jared5's post |  #8580

^^^That's good to know. Thanks!




  
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