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Jan 25, 2019 21:34 |  #2641

A few shots of the free loaders tonight...


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Dogs went to the groomer this week, always come back with bows in her hair. Wanted to get a shot before they come out, but she is quite camera shy. I tried to get her to pose by holding her food bowl up to the camera, didn't work, but caught her in a mid licking of the chops... :-D

Refused to cooperate...


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Snuck a shot when she wasn't looking.


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Jan 26, 2019 10:19 as a reply to  @ LoneRider's post |  #2642

If looks could kill!!!
Wow that dog hates photos.
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Jan 26, 2019 12:30 |  #2643

Was all excited to try stacking the 2x and 1.4x TCs, unfortunately my el cheap o 13mm extension tube has a rectangular interior that won’t let it mount to the round extension of the TC.

Ordered a Canon 12mm one, now I have to wait until next week :-(


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Jan 26, 2019 13:51 |  #2644

I did a bad today... Or a good, depending on perspective  :p

Walked into a camera place I haven’t been to in years and saw that they had the 28-70. He asked where I got my R and when I told him he said he could have given me a better price. So after some talking he gave me the 28-70 for a few hundred dollars off. I’ve never haggled at a retail store before so I was surprised.

Anyway, this is my dog. He has a cataract and is blind in one eye. The image is sooc and all I did was rotate and crop it. The lens is a lot lighter than it looks!


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Jan 26, 2019 15:18 |  #2645

bbqkid8 wrote in post #18798909 (external link)
I did a bad today... Or a good, depending on perspective  :p

Walked into a camera place I haven’t been to in years and saw that they had the 28-70. He asked where I got my R and when I told him he said he could have given me a better price. So after some talking he gave me the 28-70 for a few hundred dollars off. I’ve never haggled at a retail store before so I was surprised.

Anyway, this is my dog. He has a cataract and is blind in one eye. The image is sooc and all I did was rotate and crop it. The lens is a lot lighter than it looks!
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The R isn’t a major draw for me (though I love Canon ergonomics), but I really like what Canon’s doing with their RF lenses. Congrats on the new lens and I’m looking forward to seeing more 28-70mm captures. You can post shots of your sweet super cute dog all day long too! :)


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Jan 26, 2019 15:38 |  #2646

PSA: If you own an EOS R, a lens mount adapter, and only EF lenses. Do not buy an RF lens. I repeat DO NOT BUY AN RF LENS!!!

The stupid RF lenses are awesome... vmad and now I have to deal with losing my lens adapter and I want all my lenses to be RF, but that's not going to be possible for years to come, so yeah... Spare yourselves the pain. Stay EF.

Oh, and to add to this, I only bought the silly little RF 35. I just wanted a lens to chase my kids with. I've missed my 35 Art since the day I sold it. At the time, I felt it was the perfect lens for all around daily use. But the AF was inconsistent on my DLSRs so I sold it a couple years back. Fast forward to October when my EOS R arrived and I suddenly didn't feel like carrying a huge adapted lens around with my tiny little R. So I've been drooling over the RF35. Just want to say. It's perfect and exceeding my expectations so far. Sharp. Pleasing bokeh (for a f1.8). And 1/4 second exposures with the IS - consistently sharp! Harumph!

You've been warned...


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Jan 26, 2019 15:54 |  #2647

David Arbogast wrote in post #18798954 (external link)
The R isn’t a major draw for me (though I love Canon ergonomics), but I really like what Canon’s doing with their RF lenses. Congrats on the new lens and I’m looking forward to seeing more 28-70mm captures. You can post shots of your sweet super cute dog all day long too! :)

Haha thanks. The dog is my most cooperative subject!


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Jan 26, 2019 15:56 |  #2648

SereneSpeed wrote in post #18798970 (external link)
PSA: If you own an EOS R, a lens mount adapter, and only EF lenses. Do not buy an RF lens. I repeat DO NOT BUY AN RF LENS!!!

The stupid RF lenses are awesome... vmad and now I have to deal with losing my lens adapter and I want all my lenses to be RF, but that's not going to be possible for years to come, so yeah... Spare yourselves the pain. Stay EF.

Oh, and to add to this, I only bought the silly little RF 35. I just wanted a lens to chase my kids with. I've missed my 35 Art since the day I sold it. At the time, I felt it was the perfect lens for all around daily use. But the AF was inconsistent on my DLSRs so I sold it a couple years back. Fast forward to October when my EOS R arrived and I suddenly didn't feel like carrying a huge adapted lens around with my tiny little R. So I've been drooling over the RF35. Just want to say. It's perfect and exceeding my expectations so far. Sharp. Pleasing bokeh (for a f1.8). And 1/4 second exposures with the IS - consistently sharp! Harumph!

You've been warned...

I only had the 24-70 ii for a month, but I felt I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to get the RF 28-70 below retail price at this point.


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Jan 26, 2019 16:34 |  #2649

SereneSpeed wrote in post #18798970 (external link)
PSA: If you own an EOS R, a lens mount adapter, and only EF lenses. Do not buy an RF lens. I repeat DO NOT BUY AN RF LENS!!!

The stupid RF lenses are awesome... vmad and now I have to deal with losing my lens adapter and I want all my lenses to be RF, but that's not going to be possible for years to come, so yeah... Spare yourselves the pain. Stay EF.

Oh, and to add to this, I only bought the silly little RF 35. I just wanted a lens to chase my kids with. I've missed my 35 Art since the day I sold it. At the time, I felt it was the perfect lens for all around daily use. But the AF was inconsistent on my DLSRs so I sold it a couple years back. Fast forward to October when my EOS R arrived and I suddenly didn't feel like carrying a huge adapted lens around with my tiny little R. So I've been drooling over the RF35. Just want to say. It's perfect and exceeding my expectations so far. Sharp. Pleasing bokeh (for a f1.8). And 1/4 second exposures with the IS - consistently sharp! Harumph!

You've been warned...


Well Yeah

Why else buy an R?? Seriously. Its not the body. Its going to be optics. When I put the 50R on the one i played with I knew instantly. Wait till they start introducing glass like a 105 F/1.4 R or update the 85 1.8 to an R mount. Nothing is going to touch these R primes. They are going to be Zeiss quality optics


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Jan 26, 2019 16:38 |  #2650

David Arbogast wrote in post #18798954 (external link)
The R isn’t a major draw for me (though I love Canon ergonomics), but I really like what Canon’s doing with their RF lenses. Congrats on the new lens and I’m looking forward to seeing more 28-70mm captures. You can post shots of your sweet super cute dog all day long too! :)


^^^^^^ THIS ^^^^^^


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Jan 26, 2019 16:41 |  #2651

Personally, I'm very pleased to have the camera to go with mine. Y'all keep waiting though. I'm sure something will come along that will meet your needs and expectations. Eventually. Consider mine already met. :)




  
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Jan 26, 2019 20:33 |  #2652

ISO 12,800 with no noise reduction but still a bit of post work.


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Jan 26, 2019 21:53 |  #2653

Man let's see if I can use my R tomorrow.. I recently started shooting film again and been neglecting almost all digital equipment..


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Jan 26, 2019 23:11 |  #2654

SO what can we expect from the upcoming firmware update for the R ? Is 120FPS doable or is that a hardware limitation?




  
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Jan 26, 2019 23:30 |  #2655

Wow, look at the detail in the entire bird.

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Heron posing nicely for the EOS R.:-)

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