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Dec 15, 2014 15:22 as a reply to  @ post 17334278 |  #3136

I bought the camera to get more reach out of my 200=400 X1.4 with the Owls in mind, and it works :)


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Dec 15, 2014 15:50 |  #3137

Thanks Will. When I load it in Flickr it looks ok (to me) but when in Flickr after you load the pic then click on it once and the pic super enlarges then the grain is very apparent. I'm ok with that since I was pushing the ISO, I just wanted someone to say 'yes that lens combo focuses well'. It's my Tamron 150-600 that needs help! I'm going to work on it as soon as I find a room 45ish feet long to work in. We barely got above freezing today :)


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Dec 15, 2014 15:59 |  #3138

Speaking of ISO, I post this pic only so maybe potential 7Dii buyers might see capabilities or lack of. This one at ISO 6400. I used the sharpening mask in LR5. In CS6 I used Topaz Denoise jpg moderate (and yes I shot in raw). Again as a noob non-pro I'm happy; room for improvement always and C/C please as my goal always to improve the art-

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Dec 15, 2014 16:00 |  #3139

DaveCurtis wrote in post #17334126 (external link)
I still can't get mkII CR2 files to open in Windows 7 Explorer or Photo Viewer. Anybody have any pointers please?

Use IrfanView. It's freeware and works great with all my JPG/GIF/CR2 files (including 7D2 raw files; other formats too).

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Dec 15, 2014 16:11 |  #3140

7D2 + 70-200L f2.8 IS USM II, Top Division Volleyball Slovenia - JPEG, only WB and exposure (+) corrected, no PP NR applied (NR in camera set to Standard).

1/250, f2.8, ISO 4000

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1/640, f2.8, ISO 5000
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1/800, f2.8, ISO 5000
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1/1000, f2.8, ISO 5000
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1/800, f2.8, ISO 2000
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1/1250, f2.8, ISO 2000
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i have tons more from different sports, but not on my laptop. too lazy to take out my external HDD and search for some.

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Dec 15, 2014 16:20 |  #3141

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Lot's of thinking on MFA with this camera and our lenses. I don't think this combo needs it, thoughts ?(yes the ISO is killing this shot)-
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The focus looks fine to me in this one, the noise isn't too bad either, especially given the darker background, low light and the heavy crop.

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Dec 15, 2014 16:22 |  #3142

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #17334290 (external link)
Lot's of thinking on MFA with this camera and our lenses. I don't think this combo needs it, thoughts ?(yes the ISO is killing this shot)-
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It is definitely in focus. Is that single point or expanded? Did you do any NR at all? It seems noisy for ISO 2000.


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Dec 15, 2014 16:28 |  #3143

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #17334407 (external link)
Speaking of ISO, I post this pic only so maybe potential 7Dii buyers might see capabilities or lack of. This one at ISO 6400. I used the sharpening mask in LR5. In CS6 I used Topaz Denoise jpg moderate (and yes I shot in raw). Again as a noob non-pro I'm happy; room for improvement always and C/C please as my goal always to improve the art-
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Definitely good focus but if that is after NR it is really noisy for ISO 6400 I would have hoped for better. You can see how the noise is effecting the detail. I would not expect that to enlarge very well that is one of my concerns. It may be less important to someone else. Thank you for posting these pics.


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Dec 15, 2014 16:40 |  #3144

I'm looking forward to checking this out at home.


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Dec 15, 2014 18:04 |  #3145

Butterfly, I think your questions are answered in my original post of the female cardinal (the brownish one)= quoting myself ' This one at ISO 6400. I used the sharpening mask in LR5. In CS6 I used Topaz Denoise jpg moderate (and yes I shot in raw)'.
The male cardinal (red one) was just a crop.....at that point I was just concerned with focus and not ISO.

Ancientone-good eye mate, yes the light was lost, working in shadow. I loose the Sun this time of year at the blind by 4 in the afternoon. Bottom line, I'll leave MFA alone on the Canon/TC's and solely concentrate on the Tamron, well until tomorrow, delivery of the DO II by 10:30 am woot woot :)


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Dec 15, 2014 18:28 |  #3146

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #17334407 (external link)
Speaking of ISO, I post this pic only so maybe potential 7Dii buyers might see capabilities or lack of. This one at ISO 6400. I used the sharpening mask in LR5. In CS6 I used Topaz Denoise jpg moderate (and yes I shot in raw). Again as a noob non-pro I'm happy; room for improvement always and C/C please as my goal always to improve the art-
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I think this is very good for ISO 6400; there's detail in the feathers and the background noise, while visible, is not overly intrusive. People who want absolutely smooth backgrounds would be unhappy, but I don't mind this kind of fine grain noise in background areas.


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Dec 15, 2014 18:45 as a reply to  @ post 17334126 |  #3147

Very nice shot. You will have to wait until MS gets it added to the OS. Sounds like it could be a few months.


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Dec 15, 2014 18:49 as a reply to  @ stsva's post |  #3148

If they want smooth backgrounds they can mask off the bird and anything else they deem important and then use a surface blur in PS or whatever lightroom offers or their favorite PP program.


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Dec 15, 2014 19:13 |  #3149

MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #17334290 (external link)
Lot's of thinking on MFA with this camera and our lenses. I don't think this combo needs it, thoughts ?(yes the ISO is killing this shot)-
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That shot looks nicely focused Doc. I wouldn't mess with MFA unless you didn't like something. But sitting in my chair I say...go get some more Cardinal shots! Love 'em! :D


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Dec 15, 2014 19:23 |  #3150

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That shot looks nicely focused Doc. I wouldn't mess with MFA unless you didn't like something. But sitting in my chair I say...go get some more Cardinal shots! Love 'em! :D

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