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Nov 27, 2020 10:48 as a reply to  @ post 19158310 |  #8476

Yes I’ve tried this, I think you end up with a 12MP.


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Nov 27, 2020 11:06 as a reply to  @ post 19158310 |  #8477

I used an EF-S leans (18-55mm kit lens) in my early posts in this thread. Even though its drops some MPs the quality is excellent..

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Nov 27, 2020 11:41 |  #8478

I understand the drop in MP. Can you choose the mode for reach, even with a EF lens? Not just with a EF-S




  
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Nov 27, 2020 13:32 |  #8479

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I understand the drop in MP. Can you choose the mode for reach, even with a EF lens? Not just with a EF-S

Yes you can choose ....


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Nov 28, 2020 02:18 |  #8480

A couple of macros from this morning, shot with the 100L

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Nov 29, 2020 08:35 |  #8481

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Nov 30, 2020 22:25 |  #8483

A mushy 99% full moon image through my refractor this evening. Not as sharp as it could be as it was untracked, imaged through a cheap 2x barlow lens and diagonal instead of straight through the scope... but I wanted to get closer lol ;-)a


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Dec 01, 2020 04:22 |  #8484

A foggy morning walk with the EOS R + EF 16-35 f/4L IS.


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Dec 01, 2020 20:37 |  #8487

I guess I'm getting smarter after birthday 59 this past week. I was at WDW contemplating the R5 and the R6 and thinking about giving myself a present. I've been rationalizing it over and over since they released but just won't pull the trigger. And then it dawned on me. I had an epiphany. Actually. a legendary type epiphany for me, and I am a GAS gearhead my entire life.

I says to myself, "Self? (That's me.) Self, what do either of these cameras do for you that your R isn't doing right now?" as my R was still sitting in my camera bag at WDW and never came out the whole trip. (I carry a lot of gear down there and I had other more than capable cameras with me.) "Nothing, Bob. Not a damn thing except make you $3-5k broker for Christmas." "Correct. Thanks."

I just can't do it, guys. I knew it was better to post it here with you guys because the "others" will never understand. My R does every single thing I need. Would I love to have the autofocus speed and FPS in the 6 or the 5? Sure. But I'm not willing to give up my resolution for the 6 and I don't see $5k in benefit for me in shucking out the money for the 5.

Thanks for listening. That really helped. Merry Christmas everybody!




  
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Dec 02, 2020 00:43 |  #8488

WilsonFlyer wrote in post #19160451 (external link)
My R does every single thing I need. Would I love to have the autofocus speed and FPS in the 6 or the 5? Sure. But I'm not willing to give up my resolution for the 6 and I don't see $5k in benefit for me in shucking out the money for the 5.


Nice to see that not everybody is defecting to the R5/R6.
My thoughts are similar. I'd love to have an R5 but that one is way out of my price range. And I'm not excited at all by the 20MP of the R6.
Personally, I'm holding my breath for the rumored APS-C R, which could replace my 80D.


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Dec 02, 2020 05:15 |  #8489

A couple taken yesterday down at the park.. the Sigma seems to be working well.


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Dec 02, 2020 07:40 |  #8490

WilsonFlyer wrote in post #19160451 (external link)
I guess I'm getting smarter after birthday 59 this past week. I was at WDW contemplating the R5 and the R6 and thinking about giving myself a present. I've been rationalizing it over and over since they released but just won't pull the trigger. And then it dawned on me. I had an epiphany. Actually. a legendary type epiphany for me, and I am a GAS gearhead my entire life.

I says to myself, "Self? (That's me.) Self, what do either of these cameras do for you that your R isn't doing right now?" as my R was still sitting in my camera bag at WDW and never came out the whole trip. (I carry a lot of gear down there and I had other more than capable cameras with me.) "Nothing, Bob. Not a damn thing except make you $3-5k broker for Christmas." "Correct. Thanks."

I just can't do it, guys. I knew it was better to post it here with you guys because the "others" will never understand. My R does every single thing I need. Would I love to have the autofocus speed and FPS in the 6 or the 5? Sure. But I'm not willing to give up my resolution for the 6 and I don't see $5k in benefit for me in shucking out the money for the 5.

Thanks for listening. That really helped. Merry Christmas everybody!

It is always good to listen to a wise man :-)




  
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