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Jun 10, 2009 17:14 as a reply to  @ post 7755713 |  #46

Shift-function can be used for some low angle shots:

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Jun 11, 2009 07:10 |  #47

S.Horton wrote in post #7670942 (external link)
Cool! He mentions a 2X -- Does this lens take Canon TCs?

I Simonius wrote in post #7671205 (external link)
yes it does, although perhaps not officially, but it does he gets good results from it. I have tried it with the 1.4TC (havent got the 2xTC) and that works well.

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Jun 12, 2009 00:57 as a reply to  @ S.Horton's post |  #48

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Aug 19, 2009 19:29 as a reply to  @ Chez Wimpy's post |  #49

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Aug 19, 2009 19:48 |  #50

^ - just so cool. Damn I want one of these.


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Nov 02, 2009 17:19 |  #51

Canonised wrote in post #7735216 (external link)
Post #34 by me was taken with extension tubes (uncropped images). While I use the 100mm almost exclusively for macro, sometimes the 90TSE with extn tube captures truly remarkable macro images in good colour and depth.

Great pics taken with the 90TS-E, Canonised.:)

I have both the 100mm macro and the 90TSE on my shopping list but don't know which to get first when I walk into B&H in December! Very likely the 100mm macro because it has been recently updated. Would Canon be producing an updated version of the 90TS-E in the next year?

Using extension tubes with the TS would be great fun. Might sound like a silly question to most of you... maybe it's not optically or technically possible... but why does Canon not make tilt-shift lenses with macro function in the first place? :confused:

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Nov 02, 2009 23:31 |  #52

phaleesy wrote in post #8942748 (external link)
Great pics taken with the 90TS-E, Canonised.:)

I have both the 100mm macro and the 90TSE on my shopping list but don't know which to get first when I walk into B&H in December! Very likely the 100mm macro because it has been recently updated. Would Canon be producing an updated version of the 90TS-E in the next year?

Using extension tubes with the TS would be great fun. Might sound like a silly question to most of you... maybe it's not optically or technically possible... but why does Canon not make tilt-shift lenses with macro function in the first place? :confused:

Many thanks!

Thanks.

I just also acquired the new 100L and enjoying it. Kept the 100macro - just in case. Tough call which to go for first. I like all of them! :-)

As for whether the 90TSE being replaced, only Canon knows. BUT - I doubt the 90mm TSE would be replaced as its optically outstanding. So far, only those that underperforms gets replaced. As its a manual focussing lens, it will not be replaced with new AF or IS models.

Again, no idea why there isnt a TSE macro. Maybe those who are more technically inclined could answer that.

In any case, check out this review of the lens - http://www.the-digital-picture.com …lt-Shift-Lens-Review.aspx (external link)


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Nov 03, 2009 10:16 |  #53

Hi Harry,

Canonised wrote in post #8944746 (external link)
Thanks.

I just also acquired the new 100L and enjoying it. Kept the 100macro - just in case. Tough call which to go for first. I like all of them! :-)

As for whether the 90TSE being replaced, only Canon knows. BUT - I doubt the 90mm TSE would be replaced as its optically outstanding. So far, only those that underperforms gets replaced. As its a manual focussing lens, it will not be replaced with new AF or IS models.

Again, no idea why there isnt a TSE macro. Maybe those who are more technically inclined could answer that.

There is, actually. Just that it isn't made by Canon. There is the Hartblei 120 F/4, Zeiss 120 macro in better Hartblei barrel (to keep up with CZ standards), with EOS mount.

Rather expensive, however, about 2500 euros or so, if you can find one :D.

In any case, check out this review of the lens - http://www.the-digital-picture.com …lt-Shift-Lens-Review.aspx (external link)

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Nov 03, 2009 10:43 |  #54

wimg wrote in post #8946994 (external link)
Hi Harry,

There is, actually. Just that it isn't made by Canon. There is the Hartblei 120 F/4, Zeiss 120 macro in better Hartblei barrel (to keep up with CZ standards), with EOS mount.

Rather expensive, however, about 2500 euros or so, if you can find one :D.

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Hi Wim!
So good to hear from you! Hope you have been keeping well! :-)
You must know that you have an uncanny ability to temp me? Thank goodness the CZ 120 macro is so very expensive - because I need a reason like that NOT to buy it! :-)

I know this is off thread topic but since you are in earshot - I am considering a Contax T Planar macro but I have been trying to talk myself out of it. Have you any experience with it? If so, lets talk over email or message on POTN. :-)


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Nov 03, 2009 12:47 |  #55

Canonised wrote in post #8947148 (external link)
Hi Wim!
So good to hear from you! Hope you have been keeping well! :-)
You must know that you have an uncanny ability to temp me? Thank goodness the CZ 120 macro is so very expensive - because I need a reason like that NOT to buy it! :-)

I know this is off thread topic but since you are in earshot - I am considering a Contax T Planar macro but I have been trying to talk myself out of it. Have you any experience with it? If so, lets talk over email or message on POTN. :-)

Good to hear from you, too! I sent you a message via mail :D.

Kindest regards, Wim


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Mar 22, 2010 07:22 as a reply to  @ wimg's post |  #56

A gentle shot of some pink tulips.

I Ds mkII, 90mm TS-E and 2 soft boxes in the studio.


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Mar 28, 2010 01:22 |  #57

Wow... Simply amazing...

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Apr 01, 2010 02:37 |  #58

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A gentle shot of some pink tulips.

I Ds mkII, 90mm TS-E and 2 soft boxes in the studio.

Nice... loving mine to bits... best lens i've bought I reckon. Jumping to manual is quite freeing, and i'm beginning to start to be able to get the right quite quickly as well as the focus.

think these were f2.8 and f4 or something like that...


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Apr 01, 2010 06:22 |  #59

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Nice... loving mine to bits... best lens i've bought I reckon. Jumping to manual is quite freeing, and i'm beginning to start to be able to get the right quite quickly as well as the focus.

think these were f2.8 and f4 or something like that...

The lens works great for those shooting shots Rob. Isn't it about time James changed his gun :-)


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Apr 01, 2010 08:12 |  #60

I keep hearing that this is perfect for food photography - does anyone have any samples they'd like to share?


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