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May 12, 2022 23:39 |  #2611

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Thank you for your kind comments Ray! I do appreciate that!!

Yes my Sigma 150-600C is indeed stabilized. I would "assume" the Tamron is also stabilized but do not really know for sure.

What camera body and lens do you have now Ray?

Hi Charles. I have tried a few moon shots in the past but have never been very satisfied with them. I use a tripod and cable release - perhaps I am too fussy! I am using a 7DII and an EF100-400 4.5-5.6L mkII. A very impressive lens and it pairs well with the 7D II. I normally Use the 1.4x extender on it and it seems that there is no noticeable reduction in picture quality.
But I would like a more modern sensor with more Mpixels. I seriously considered the affordable 90D while waiting for the R7. In the meantime, SWMBO suggested I buy the R5 - I was just about to pull the trigger on that deal when the R7 rumour strongly appeared last week, so I put it on hold again. I am hoping that if I wait the R7 will come with GPS. If it turns out it is not imminent I will get the R5. The R5, in the hands of some of the photographers here is producing some very high quality pictures and all the fuss about the overheating problem seems to have taken a back seat since people have started using it instead of criticising it. The bonus here is that all my L series lenses will fit the R5 with a suitable adaptor and I will not have to start a new lens collection when I initially buy the camera.
I have a few glass plates I intend to put up on your thread sometime but I seem to have so many things to do these days .....:-)
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May 13, 2022 01:16 |  #2612

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Inspeqtor wrote in post #19377126 (external link)
Thank you for your kind comments Ray! I do appreciate that!!

Yes my Sigma 150-600C is indeed stabilized. I would "assume" the Tamron is also stabilized but do not really know for sure.

What camera body and lens do you have now Ray?

Hi Charles. I have tried a few moon shots in the past but have never been very satisfied with them. I use a tripod and cable release - perhaps I am too fussy! I am using a 7DII and an EF100-400 4.5-5.6L mkII. A very impressive lens and it pairs well with the 7D II. I normally Use the 1.4x extender on it and it seems that there is no noticeable reduction in picture quality.
But I would like a more modern sensor with more Mpixels. I seriously considered the affordable 90D while waiting for the R7. In the meantime, SWMBO suggested I buy the R5 - I was just about to pull the trigger on that deal when the R7 rumour strongly appeared last week, so I put it on hold again. I am hoping that if I wait the R7 will come with GPS. If it turns out it is not imminent I will get the R5. The R5, in the hands of some of the photographers here is producing some very high quality pictures and all the fuss about the overheating problem seems to have taken a back seat since people have started using it instead of criticising it. The bonus here is that all my L series lenses will fit the R5 with a suitable adaptor and I will not have to start a new lens collection when I initially buy the camera.
I have a few glass plates I intend to put up on your thread sometime but I seem to have so many things to do these days .....:-)
Regards

Well you do have some decisions to make. Do not rush into it if you are not ready. If you really want the R7 I would try waiting on it, but it is just how long will it be before Canon actually releases the R7?? That is the tough question to wait on an answer for.

You do have a few fires in process do not worry about my old thread, it will be there I am sure when you finally have the time!


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May 14, 2022 12:20 as a reply to  @ post 19375808 |  #2613

I have had that lens for 5 years. Use it when we are out on our pontoon to shoot birds. For me it's a little heavy with small arthritic hands and 102 # I am not very big. But I love that lens , sometimes use a monopod with it.
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May 20, 2022 09:30 |  #2614

Seeing what I can get of the moon with 300mm...


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May 20, 2022 09:38 |  #2615

Playing with depth of field


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May 20, 2022 09:39 |  #2616

More depth of field playing


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May 20, 2022 09:48 |  #2617

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May 20, 2022 09:57 |  #2618

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May 24, 2022 06:46 |  #2619

Just got back from a week in the Rocky’s! I have a ton of pictures but here’s one to start with! Taken from a vehicle like everything else. To much snow still in most places to actually get out hiking unfortunately. This was taken in waterton national park, the Canadian side of glacier in Montana.


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May 25, 2022 20:34 |  #2620

In my bird bath
on a tripod, IS turned off and taken with live view.

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May 26, 2022 01:32 |  #2621

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Excellent job on both birds!!!


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Jun 03, 2022 19:19 |  #2622

1st Cedar Waxwing of the year in one of our apple trees.

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Jun 05, 2022 11:30 |  #2625

Ran into the house to grab the camera because our redtail hawk was circling overhead, but he was gone by the time I got back outside. Maybe because a few minutes later the bald eagles were back! Got some interesting compositions.


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