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Feb 08, 2021 11:35 |  #4156

I finally pulled the trigger on upgrading my Canon SL1 to the 80D. I have taken it out twice and it will take some time to get used to all the additional functionality but I like it so far.

I took a couple photos while working in an area devastated by a tornado.

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Feb 08, 2021 15:28 |  #4157

Fencejumper09 wrote in post #19192630 (external link)
I finally pulled the trigger on upgrading my Canon SL1 to the 80D. I have taken it out twice and it will take some time to get used to all the additional functionality but I like it so far.

I took a couple photos while working in an area devastated by a tornado.

That surely is heart wrenching.
What a disaster. :-(



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Feb 09, 2021 08:54 |  #4158

It was terrible to see. Sadly there was one fatality but based on the extent of the damage, I would have expected more.

The positive was seeing the community mobilize so fast to provide aid and assistance to those in need!




  
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Feb 09, 2021 11:33 |  #4159

After playing around for a while with an old camera and a collection of kit lenses I decided that it is time for a decent camera and lens. Bought a second hand 80D and yesterday my new Sigma 150-600 C arrived. Here are my first attempts straight out of the camera via cellphone


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Feb 09, 2021 15:02 |  #4160

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Feb 28, 2021 23:45 |  #4161

I'm still learning how to use the Sigma 150-600 C, but the 80D is fantastic in my eyes


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Mar 14, 2021 21:25 |  #4162

My 80D with a Sigma 18-250mm lens has made a great travel companion. I love how the wifi can download images to my iPhone.


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5D2, 80D, 17-40 L, 28-105 L IS, 100-400 L IS, 85 1.8, Nifty 50 1.8, Sigma 18-250, 550EX, Promaster System PRO Studio lights

  
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Mar 25, 2021 20:31 |  #4163

Hey everyone looking through here I see some people running the sigma 100-400 and 150-600. im currently stuck between the two! I do alot of moon photography and do some long shots. Ive seen some say the 400 is sharper than the 600. I know with the 600 you kinda have to use a tripod and that doesnt make for quick shots, i guess if anyone has had the two or one or the other what made you decide that and how do you like it thanks in advance!




  
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Mar 26, 2021 15:01 |  #4164

Just got a new iMac, which has prompted me to look through some old pics. Haven't used the 80D in a while, but pleased with this one.


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Mar 26, 2021 16:09 |  #4165

Schonher wrote in post #19213777 (external link)
Hey everyone looking through here I see some people running the sigma 100-400 and 150-600. im currently stuck between the two! I do alot of moon photography and do some long shots. Ive seen some say the 400 is sharper than the 600. I know with the 600 you kinda have to use a tripod and that doesnt make for quick shots, i guess if anyone has had the two or one or the other what made you decide that and how do you like it thanks in advance!

I have both, but use the 100-400 mostly on my 6D and the 150-600 on one of my crops for moon shots and such. From my use, the 100-400 is sharper than the 150-600. The 100-400 is probably my favorite all around lens as I do use it on my crop cameras also.


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Mar 27, 2021 23:01 as a reply to  @ greenjeans's post |  #4166

Thank you! Really appreciate your input! i guess either one is great for moon shots and maybe id just buy a 2X for the 400 and call it good




  
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