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Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM - AKA The Dust Pump

 
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Apr 07, 2009 01:03 |  #1396

keith breazeal wrote in post #7682627 (external link)
SWEET! The red really pops it. A Tony Stewart fan? (Nascar)

Thanks Keith...

I'm pretty sure she has no idea who Tony is but I bet her Daddy does... ;)


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Apr 07, 2009 01:04 |  #1397

2 lynx,
about 50 miles north of the yukon border,
sitting at the edge of the forest,

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shutter speed--1/640
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ISO--------------100
FL---------------400


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Apr 07, 2009 01:09 |  #1398

Can you post a larger version of hte Bobcats please (up to 1024x on the longest side...)


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Apr 07, 2009 02:18 |  #1399

Couple more from wandering around the Texas Motor Speedway:

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Mighty Friendly Folks in Texas... ;)

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Apr 08, 2009 20:05 as a reply to  @ FlyingPhotog's post |  #1400

all done with the 100-400L and an EOS-30D at ISO800..I'm finally contributing here

1/1250 - f/5.6

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1/1250 - f/5.6
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1/2500 - f/8
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Apr 09, 2009 02:35 |  #1401

KenjiS wrote in post #7694460 (external link)
all done with the 100-400L and an EOS-30D at ISO800..I'm finally contributing here

LOL Hardly "Finally" you already contributed the first one about 20 posts ago :D


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Apr 09, 2009 06:37 as a reply to  @ neil_r's post |  #1402

I just got back from Valley Forge National Park and got some nice deer shots. I'll post them here later tonight (hopefully). The 100-400L performed wonderfully (as always). I did set the focus limiter, as once the lens decided to zip between MFD and infinity, and as well as know. this "zip" can be a little slow :) But the IS seemed to work well as at the start (it was RIGHT at sunrise) I was at ISO1600 and 1/100s, but as the sun rose, I was able to bump it down to 800.

Just to add, who would have thought you would need gloves in April? My hands are STILL thawing out :lol:




  
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Apr 09, 2009 19:24 |  #1403

neil_r wrote in post #7696122 (external link)
LOL Hardly "Finally" you already contributed the first one about 20 posts ago :D

I did? XD

Ah well :) Been busy with work and not feeling like post processing things lately


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Apr 10, 2009 03:59 as a reply to  @ post 7682627 |  #1404

After using this thread as a big reason for buying the lens a week ago, I forgot all about posting some images from my new lens to give something back!

I have already posted these elsewhere on the forums, but they are my two favorites so far.


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Apr 10, 2009 06:01 as a reply to  @ pixelbasher's post |  #1405

That's that model airplane that can fly 200 mph, right? That's pretty freakin' awesome!

Nice shots!




  
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Apr 10, 2009 06:13 as a reply to  @ egordon99's post |  #1406

Here are some shots from yesterday -

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Apr 10, 2009 07:05 |  #1407

egordon99 wrote in post #7702957 (external link)
That's that model airplane that can fly 200 mph, right? That's pretty freakin' awesome!

yep, but the turbines are limited to that speed only by the controlling body in Aus. (not sure of the american rules) Their potential is much faster. It's only doing about 50 mph here at a guess on short finals, I can see them at that speed!

I love this lens!


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Apr 10, 2009 09:45 |  #1408

Very nice moon shot, PB. What's the EXIF?




  
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Apr 10, 2009 18:49 |  #1409

pixelbasher wrote in post #7703138 (external link)
yep, but the turbines are limited to that speed only by the controlling body in Aus. (not sure of the american rules) Their potential is much faster. It's only doing about 50 mph here at a guess on short finals, I can see them at that speed!

I love this lens!

To the best of my knowledge its 250 mph max here in the US in order to stay within the scale (1:5) rule...


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Apr 11, 2009 03:00 as a reply to  @ RAW-Shooter's post |  #1410

Thanks Geno DM. I lose the exif when I output DPP into 16 bit tiffs

1/160 F8 ISO 200. @ 400mm

This is a 100% crop with no mods whatsoever. The original one I posted above has been sharpened slightly in PS, and prob some levels as I always seem to do. I guess for a lens thread, it kind of defeats the purpose to post a PP'd one without an untouched one next to it?

I cropped in DPP to 768*1024 and outputted the RAW to JPG with no resizing, so you can see the exif. I did have to go into PS to make the file size to <150K. originally out of DPP it was 300K.
Funny thing is even when I look at the exif in vista, I only see the basics of shutter and F stop. Where does all the lens info etc go when you export from DPP???

I used my 50D and set it to live view at 10 times multiplication for focusing and shooting. i used the 2 second delay so I wasn't touching it when I took the photo....of course.
Live view is worth a motza for this kind of stuff.


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