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Jul 12, 2021 11:52 |  #5761

First photos with my new 300 2.8LII and 2x teleconverter


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Jul 13, 2021 15:20 |  #5762

Put some feeders out and the hummers finally found them. Used the 500 F4 from about 12 ft away


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Jul 13, 2021 15:20 |  #5763

Finally decided to rest


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Jul 17, 2021 17:45 |  #5764

Nice little elopement today. Man it was bright on the point. F/16 all the way. The Godox 600 lights saved my hiney today


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Jul 17, 2021 17:47 |  #5765

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Aug 02, 2021 02:31 |  #5767

First motorcycle road race for a couple of years and I was privileged to get a pass to attend. Its a bit mad and its dangerous, but it's part of our culture. Where else in the world would you see guys (and gals) racing side by side on country roads no more than 15-20ft wide doing 160mph? This particular spot is a jump where the bikes take off at 160mph and fly through the air for 20-30 feet. Its bumpy and narrow with trees on one side of the road and a steep drop into a ditch on the other side. Spectators and photographers are no more than a yard from the roadside.


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Aug 03, 2021 09:29 |  #5768

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First motorcycle road race for a couple of years and I was privileged to get a pass to attend. Its a bit mad and its dangerous, but it's part of our culture. Where else in the world would you see guys (and gals) racing side by side on country roads no more than 15-20ft wide doing 160mph? This particular spot is a jump where the bikes take off at 160mph and fly through the air for 20-30 feet. Its bumpy and narrow with trees on one side of the road and a steep drop into a ditch on the other side. Spectators and photographers are no more than a yard from the roadside.
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Great shots. I will bet that the crashes are spectacular at those speeds. As a former motocross racer all I can say is 160 MPH on the dirt is friggen Nuts.


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Aug 03, 2021 17:26 |  #5769

umphotography wrote in post #19267629 (external link)
Great shots. I will bet that the crashes are spectacular at those speeds. As a former motocross racer all I can say is 160 MPH on the dirt is friggen Nuts.

Thankfully no crashes at that point as it could be carnage given the speed they're doing and the proximity of spectators. Theres no run off areas like on man-made tracks, just hedges, ditches, barbed wire and telegraph poles to negotiate. Few accidents on other parts of the circuit, but thankfully no serious injuries.


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Aug 16, 2021 08:19 |  #5770

Real handful - guy was laughing out of every corner lol

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Aug 18, 2021 21:19 |  #5771

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Hey everyone, what's the one lens that lives on your 1DX MKii all the time?

I've realized this is a camera system. Which implies it's designed to allow you to use different lenses for different tasks.
Without doing statistics based on my images files, I'd guesstimate that if I combine the use of these lenses, I am somewhere near 90%:
EF 16-35 mm f/2.8L II USM
EF 24-105 mm f/4L IS II USM
EF 28-300 mm f/3.5-5.6L IS USM
EF 35 mm f/1.4L II USM
EF 70-200 mm f/2.8L IS II USM
EF 100-400 mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM


Lenses not used too often would be for example:
EF 8-15 mm f/4L fisheye USM
EF 50 mm f/1.4 USM
EF 85 mm f/1.4L IS USM


They are of course equally valuable when they are the best for the task at hand.


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Aug 23, 2021 14:12 |  #5772

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Aug 23, 2021 16:11 |  #5773

From Saturdays wedding. My 1Dx2 never disappoints

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Aug 27, 2021 21:33 |  #5774

Last weekend I'm out shooting and my strap breaks on my camera causing my 100-400 to take a nose dive to the pavement. Now the lens isn't hitting focus and of course I'm leaving for Alaska just after Labor Day so don't really have time to send it in to get it returned before leaving. It appears to be back focusing as you can see by the image. Is this something I can adjust in camera? If so how as I've never needed to do this before.
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Sep 02, 2021 06:32 |  #5775

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Last weekend I'm out shooting and my strap breaks on my camera causing my 100-400 to take a nose dive to the pavement. Now the lens isn't hitting focus and of course I'm leaving for Alaska just after Labor Day so don't really have time to send it in to get it returned before leaving. It appears to be back focusing as you can see by the image. Is this something I can adjust in camera? If so how as I've never needed to do this before.
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Depending on how bad it is, Reikan FoCal software might help to correct any minor AF issues until such time as you can get the lens check and recalibrated properly. It depends on how badly the lens has got knocked out of alignment and whether any back focusing is consistent throughout the zoom range. Its worth having the software anyway for calibrating at any time, but it might get you out of a hole in this instance when you're pressed for time.


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