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Jan 04, 2019 17:09 |  #2041

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Question is ... can you do as well as Craig... ( Grizz ) he's a hard act to follow
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Jeff, this family portrait explains a lot. :-)

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Jan 04, 2019 17:12 |  #2042

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Jeff, this family portrait explains a lot. :-)

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Jan 04, 2019 17:16 |  #2043

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My Lord foxes look smug overt there!

She is a beauty Darren... A fox like no other... I miss her a lot.. She is in my gallery many times.


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Jan 04, 2019 17:43 |  #2044

I've actually been to close to where you are, went to Peterborough for a few days, I don't remember any wildlife looking that smug, although I did see a run over skunk driving towards Ottowa that looked quite surprised.


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Jan 04, 2019 17:48 |  #2045

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I've actually been to close to where you are, went to Peterborough for a few days, I don't remember any wildlife looking that smug, although I did see a run over skunk driving towards Ottowa that looked quite surprised.

Near Ottawa you say? Politicians generally do look surprised when they get caught.


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Jan 04, 2019 18:23 |  #2046

welshwizard1971 wrote in post #18784552 (external link)
I've actually been to close to where you are, went to Peterborough for a few days, I don't remember any wildlife looking that smug, although I did see a run over skunk driving towards Ottowa that looked quite surprised.

My son has a house just north of Peterborough.. lol skunks I’m not that fawned of


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Jan 04, 2019 19:25 |  #2047

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Is that a question Matt lol  :p.

I wish I could turn up the speed a bit.. can’t find that knob.. and would like a knob for iso right where the on off knob is lol..

Not a question, most definitely an admission of me being overwhelmed by all of the options and possibilities.




  
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Jan 04, 2019 23:45 |  #2048

Pondrader wrote in post #18784442 (external link)
Is that a question Matt lol  :p.

I wish I could turn up the speed a bit.. can’t find that knob.. and would like a knob for iso right where the on off knob is lol..


I found a way to double and quadruple the frame rate FPS, but only share it for $100 consult fee plus a non-disclosure agreement.

Man .. does it kick butt !! The auto-blemish tool coupled to the face detect AF is amazing also !!


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Jan 05, 2019 03:18 |  #2049

Dragonfly-in-flight almost touching down on the water surface, possibly laying eggs?

Liking the AF capabilities of the EOS R.:-)

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Jan 05, 2019 06:07 |  #2050

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Near Ottawa you say? Politicians generally do look surprised when they get caught.

Which, thinking about it, from memory, explains why I saw a particularity pleasant looking prison near there....


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Jan 05, 2019 06:30 |  #2051

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I found a way to double and quadruple the frame rate FPS, but only share it for $100 consult fee plus a non-disclosure agreement.

Man .. does it kick butt !! The auto-blemish tool coupled to the face detect AF is amazing also !!

Ya never mind... I found it..... its in the last green list in the menu.... Under Buy a 1DxII  :p:-D


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Jan 05, 2019 06:32 |  #2052

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Dragonfly-in-flight almost touching down on the water surface, possibly laying eggs?

Liking the AF capabilities of the EOS R.:-)

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Super shot Dennis... just a guess... I'm gona say your into your second 10,000 clicks on your R lol


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Jan 05, 2019 08:47 |  #2053

Has anyone tried the EOS R and Sigma 150-600 C? I got a chance to rent the EOS R, R50 1.2L, and the 70-200 2.8 III for four days for fifty euros and jumped on it. It arrives in two weeks. I want to try my 150-600 on it. I read in this thread that the Tamron 'had a heart attack', so I'm curious about the Sigma.


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Jan 05, 2019 08:48 |  #2054

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Mark My words

when the 105R is announced and in production, there will be a rush to go to these R bodies. The Sigma 105 Art is remarkable. Who would have ever thought that you could get 200F/2.0 performance from a 105mm lens.

That would require a nearly diffraction-limited 105mm f/1.05 lens and a quality 2x TC. What is the open f-number of this 105mm lens of which you speak?

The current R camera has a front-side-illuminated sensor, so it can't fully capitalize on a 100mm entrance pupil for 105mm focal length as it can at 200/2 or 210/2.1 (105/1.05 x 2x TC). I would guess that at least 1/3 stop of the "wide" light never makes it into the photosites, without the TC to make light less oblique on the sensor. So f/1.05 really behaves more like f/1.2 or f/1.25.




  
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Jan 05, 2019 08:53 |  #2055

Is it mentioned anywhere that the EOS R has focus point metering? Not sure where you change that in the options, but I can clearly tell that it sets exposure based on where you have your focus point. I just have it on evaluative metering.


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