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Nov 29, 2020 14:52 |  #1561

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Nov 29, 2020 16:16 |  #1562

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Nov 29, 2020 17:45 |  #1563

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Nov 29, 2020 18:46 |  #1564

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35 degrees celsius today and still not even officially summer yet.... These flying foxes get very hot and need to cool down so were skimming the water to wet their underside and fly off. Ok here for them to do it but when they fly north for winter they have the crocs in the river that lay in wait for them and thats gets very hairy for them but they are agile and can mostly escape the big Jaws snapping at them :)

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Great shots. First time see a bat can do like this (like an aqua bird).
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Nov 29, 2020 20:00 |  #1565

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A Grey Seal off Nova Scotia, Canada.


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Nov 29, 2020 22:10 |  #1566

Had a go with the R5 on the back of the SIGMONSTER this evening.

I don't usually do moon shots, but with the Saturn Jupiter overlap coming , I was curious to test and see if this lens and T-Cons could pass for a telescope. (I doubt it will get me saturns rings...)

- I forgot to turn on RAW! (I've just been toying around with it thus far in full size jpeg.) so these are jpg edited in ACDsee just payed with contrast and clarity.

- I've got some stuck pixels!


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Nov 30, 2020 10:17 |  #1567

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Nov 30, 2020 13:12 |  #1568

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #19159461 (external link)
Had a go with the R5 on the back of the SIGMONSTER this evening.

I don't usually do moon shots, but with the Saturn Jupiter overlap coming , I was curious to test and see if this lens and T-Cons could pass for a telescope. (I doubt it will get me saturns rings...)

- I forgot to turn on RAW! (I've just been toying around with it thus far in full size jpeg.) so these are jpg edited in ACDsee just payed with contrast and clarity.

- I've got some stuck pixels!


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What do you do with IBIS when on a tripod? I know that the "rule" is to turn off in-lens IS on a tripod, but what about IBIS?


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Nov 30, 2020 13:26 |  #1569

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #19159461 (external link)
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3200mm, Jake?!
That’s crazy! :eek:


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Nov 30, 2020 14:35 |  #1570

Lots of snowy egrets in the area over the weekend

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Nov 30, 2020 15:53 |  #1571

golfecho wrote in post #19159788 (external link)
What do you do with IBIS when on a tripod? I know that the "rule" is to turn off in-lens IS on a tripod, but what about IBIS?


As you suspect, the lens was locked down on a series 4 tripod with a Wimberley head. That said, I had IBIS on. I have no idea if it was able to help, but I suspect it did. Being unsure I really kept the shutter up after a few minutes, but to my eyes the early images @ 1600mm still looked sharp even with shutter speeds in the low hundreds. After those first images I pushed ISO to get shutter up to at least 1/focal length rule, so IBIS would likely not have mattered. Regardless, I just have it on by default.

At 1600mm plus, even on a tripod, there is visible movement ion the viewfinder. So if IBIS or Lens IS can help at that point, I leave it on.


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Nov 30, 2020 15:53 |  #1572

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Nov 30, 2020 16:25 |  #1573

OK, so I have not done ANY experimenting or set up for Video as of yet. That said, last night I could not help but shoot a video of how fast the moon moves when you are watching @ 3200mm locked down on a tripod. Video quality and all settings were whatever Canon sets them to by default.
I apologize for the camera shake at the beginning, but this shows how much everything moves when you press the red button!

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Nov 30, 2020 16:53 |  #1574

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #19159898 (external link)
OK, so I have not done ANY experimenting or set up for Video as of yet. That said, last night I could not help but shoot a video of how fast the moon moves when you are watching @ 3200mm locked down on a tripod. Video quality and all settings were whatever Canon sets them to by default.
I apologize for the camera shake at the beginning, but this shows how much everything moves when you press the red button!

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Pretty cool! I kept waiting for the balloon to pop at any moment. :lol:



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Nov 30, 2020 16:59 |  #1575

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #19159461 (external link)
Had a go with the R5 on the back of the SIGMONSTER this evening.

I don't usually do moon shots, but with the Saturn Jupiter overlap coming , I was curious to test and see if this lens and T-Cons could pass for a telescope. (I doubt it will get me saturns rings...)

- I forgot to turn on RAW! (I've just been toying around with it thus far in full size jpeg.) so these are jpg edited in ACDsee just payed with contrast and clarity.

- I've got some stuck pixels!


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3200mm
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Jake-
Nice set. I can barely resolve Saturn's rings with a 7D2, Bigma, and a 1.4x teleconverter. I'm pretty sure you can do as well.
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