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Mar 04, 2019 01:52 as a reply to  @ post 18822499 |  #3286

Nicely done! I wish I had more time there, I got to try a few shots inside the trees but nothing like yours. I'm waiting for our household goods to get here so I can see the raw files on a good screen, most of my shots with the R have had to be jpeg on mobile!


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Mar 04, 2019 02:49 |  #3287

during our storm right now.. I may fly my drone later

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Mar 04, 2019 06:51 |  #3288

Nice use of those "portrait" lenses! Ready for spring Isaac? :-D


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Mar 04, 2019 12:00 |  #3289

Here's my attempt at street photography in pikes place market. This guys shop was a perfect natural frame and I just happened to catch him in thought for this shot.


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Mar 04, 2019 12:19 as a reply to  @ squashed's post |  #3290

Yes this needs to stop :cry:


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Mar 04, 2019 12:57 |  #3291

reply from tech support about banding
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Dear Isaac



Thank you for providing the sample images Nick requested.



Looking at the pushed image I can see the banding you are referring to. Doing some testing here produced similar results when trying to push the exposure and gamma curves of an image too far, but as noted the banding only shows up when the exposure/gamma is pushed heavily.



I would like to take a look at the RAW file directly from the camera to take a more detailed look at the file. Please provide a link to the unaltered RAW file for review.



Also, what method is being used to transfer the files to your computer, and what software is being used to view/process the files?



I look forward to your reply with the information I have requested.



Thank you for choosing Canon.



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William
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im getting all this ready for them


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Mar 04, 2019 13:27 |  #3292

Finally this camera feels a lot better in my hand :love: at a lame price:rolleyes: oh well...

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Mar 04, 2019 13:42 as a reply to  @ DigitalTuned's post |  #3293

That thing looks kind of girthy.




  
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Mar 04, 2019 13:59 as a reply to  @ justdmbobbo's post |  #3294

It is but its comfortable in my hand.. It finally feels like I am not going to drop it..


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Mar 04, 2019 14:03 |  #3295

Anyone using the Sigma 100-400 with the R?

Thoughts on AF and OS abilities?

Also, by chance anyone using Sigma teleconverters with said lens?

Thanks in advance!


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Mar 04, 2019 14:25 |  #3296

SereneSpeed wrote in post #18822832 (external link)
Anyone using the Sigma 100-400 with the R?

Thoughts on AF and OS abilities?

Also, by chance anyone using Sigma teleconverters with said lens?

Thanks in advance!

Sorry Daniel… I am all Canon so I can not help.

But I can post a feathered friend.. lol……..Oops  :p:-D


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Mar 04, 2019 14:27 |  #3297

I just had to try the original Canon 100-400L with a original Canon 1.4 converter
and I think it looks pretty good for old glass, and the focus was a little slow but not bad for stationary objects. I like!
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Mar 04, 2019 16:04 |  #3298

DigitalTuned wrote in post #18822806 (external link)
Finally this camera feels a lot better in my hand :love: at a lame price:rolleyes: oh well...

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I love my grips. I have them on the 6D and while $400 was a bit much, I just bit the bullet and got it.


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Mar 04, 2019 19:48 |  #3299

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I love my grips. I have them on the 6D and while $400 was a bit much, I just bit the bullet and got it.

I might bye the bullet on the RF 24-105mm ... been holding off, but I found out more about the EOS R this weekend.

THE EOS R is a BEAST !!

This weeked, I shot a redwood wedding, then something I've never done before - sports in leisure time. There was a school championship drawing teams from as far as Sacramento. I shot my EOS R and 5DS together using my Spiderpro holster. Neither body is meant for sports, and the RF model only has one card, but I sure learned much more.

The EOS R platform with the 3rd ring adapter and touch screen focus make for much more capable tool than I realized the past few months since I only shot a few times and didn't use the features as much. But on the court I could swipe the focus point much quicker to set up framing players. And in the forest as light changed by the minute, I could dial ISO with the ring (plus swipe the screen to track focus).

For nailing in-focus shots with people, the EOS R slaughters the 5D mk iii I had, or the 5DS. And when I alternated to the 5DS viewfinder it reminded me of murky water compared to the superb EVF of the EOS R. In the past, I've mainly used the 5DS for hours straight by itself. This was the first time alternating every 10 minutes for a couple hours.

I also found out that sports shooting is really specialized. In first minutes during free-throw shots, I noticed how right handed players arms blocked their face taking the shot, and most are right handed. So I went to the other side of the court for that part. At least the way I'm guessing for composition, it seemed best to have a focus point to the side of the frame selected to follow a player so others would fill the opposite side of the frame for context. But I see exactly why Jared Polin stated to the effect that a joystick could be pointless.

In the redwood grove, another photographer carrying a 5D mk iii came by and I asked him to take a group shot so I could spare a timer and tripod. He took one shot and said "THIS IS A GREAT LENS !!" ... the RF 50mm 1.2 was mounted, but it really boils down to the Camera + the lens. I was bouncing a speedlite at 1/32 power into an umbrella to erase a some shadow under these 300 foot redwoods.


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Mar 04, 2019 23:49 as a reply to  @ mdvaden's post |  #3300

I've been trying to shoot more action with it, so far it's just been one of our puppers at parks. I've never had a camera with real tracking settings that I've setup so it's been a learning process. I think I'm trying to get too close too soon, I can barely keep her in the frame so I'm sure the camera isn't the issue but I haven't had a great keeper rate as of yet. Maybe some slow humans would be better to practice on lol
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