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Jul 12, 2021 22:33 |  #4441

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Jul 12, 2021 22:35 |  #4442

The Heron gave up on the first crayfish, probably didn't really feel like dealing with the claws. First time I've seen one give up on a catch. Shortly after, it found another one that looked less threatening and went with that one.


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Jul 12, 2021 22:55 |  #4443

I got a chance to test the R5 focus-bracketing feature with the RF 100mm macro lens today.

This is a 15-shot stack of a baby tokay gecko. I think the EF version of the lens would have done just fine as well, but the improved IS of the RF version may have helped a bit here as the shots were taken at 1/60th shutter speed, hand-held.

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Jul 13, 2021 00:30 |  #4444

Had some fun experimenting with the new RF 100mm Macro lens... it has a really pleasing bokeh, a good IS, very! fast AF, and of course it is very sharp and versatile.

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Jul 13, 2021 00:51 |  #4445

robamy wrote in post #19258808 (external link)
As Jay mentioned which I noticed also we now get a distance scale in the EVF when in manual focus which is easier viewing vs the distance scale window which is no longer on the RF 400mm or the RF Macro

Do you know if the distance info is written to the EXIF?


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Jul 13, 2021 00:57 |  #4446

Archibald wrote in post #19259157 (external link)
Do you know if the distance info is written to the EXIF?

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Looking at the EXIF of the file on Flickr I see this;

Approximate Focus Distance - 0.34

This was for the RF macro lens, so I'm assuming that's in feet as that's what the scale in the EVF is in as well. I think other lenses might list it in other units, which would make it a little confusing but not unusable info if it's accurate.

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Jul 13, 2021 04:02 |  #4447

Archibald wrote in post #19259157 (external link)
Do you know if the distance info is written to the EXIF?

in Flickr exif it does. The woodpecker pic below shows (Approximate Focus Distance - 8.12)


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Jul 13, 2021 04:41 |  #4448

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Jul 13, 2021 11:07 |  #4449

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Jul 13, 2021 11:23 |  #4450

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Jul 13, 2021 13:25 |  #4451

Scarce emerald damselfly female

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Jul 13, 2021 13:56 |  #4452

A young cheetah cub looks my way as the last rays of sunlight bath it in magnificent golden light, Kruger National Park, South Africa.


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Jul 13, 2021 14:31 |  #4453

Spent yesterday morning chasing some butterflies with the RF 100mm Macro lens. This time of year in Phoenix with the weather always so hot, the butterflies are rarely in a very restful state so it makes using a macro lens a bit of a challenge. This time of year the RF 100-500 + 1.4x is probably still a better choice (and I switched between the two combinations a couple times). When the weather cools down a bit, then the macro lens is the go-to choice for morning shots of these as you can usually get extremely close without much of an issue.

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Jul 13, 2021 16:23 as a reply to  @ post 19159898 |  #4454

That was cool. Flashbacks of 2001, A Space Odyssey popped into my head.....


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Jul 13, 2021 18:20 |  #4455

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