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Sep 24, 2021 04:40 |  #5146

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You have a couple of photo bombers in the first photo that stole the show? :-P Looks like a couple of fire fighters or rescue team climbing the building that drew all of my attention away.

Yes - I wonder if they were doing some maintenance work?

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Sep 24, 2021 06:33 |  #5147

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Went out with my new RF 100-500 and luckily there were some ducks.. So I was able to get an idea of its sharpness.. and.. WOW.

This thing is very very sharp.. almost super tele like... It smokes the EF 100-400 (which was already very very good) and there is no way a RF 600 or 800mm f/11 will come close to that IQ. So much fine detail, micro contrast.. I'm very! impressed.

Here is a duck portrait + a 100% crop.

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Sep 24, 2021 06:34 |  #5148

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Sep 24, 2021 08:41 |  #5149

DB-Fotografie wrote in post #19286746 (external link)
Went out with my new RF 100-500 and luckily there were some ducks.. So I was able to get an idea of its sharpness.. and.. WOW.

This thing is very very sharp.. almost super tele like... It smokes the EF 100-400 (which was already very very good) and there is no way a RF 600 or 800mm f/11 will come close to that IQ. So much fine detail, micro contrast.. I'm very! impressed.

Here is a duck portrait + a 100% crop.

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I'm having a hard time seeing how that could be a 100% crop, unless you downsampled the entire image to about 5MP first, and then gave a 100% crop of that. The width of the crop is about 40 to 50% the width of the full image, but only about 1000 pixels by 800 pixels.




  
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Sep 24, 2021 10:07 |  #5150

Weee! The new 50L is such an upgrade. To be able to track fast action and keep pinpoint focus is incredible.

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Sep 24, 2021 21:28 |  #5151


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Sep 25, 2021 03:18 |  #5153

John Sheehy wrote in post #19287149 (external link)
I'm having a hard time seeing how that could be a 100% crop, unless you downsampled the entire image to about 5MP first, and then gave a 100% crop of that. The width of the crop is about 40 to 50% the width of the full image, but only about 1000 pixels by 800 pixels.

Maybe flickr doesn't show the original size?

I exported the image in Full res and took a 3000x2000px crop out of that which I uploaded to flickr.

Looked at a few more shots.. they show an impressive amount of detail, fine detail, feather detail.. so far I'm very impressed.


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Sep 25, 2021 08:03 |  #5154


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Sep 25, 2021 10:41 |  #5155

My first couple of shots with the new R5 with the 100-400 ll and 1.4 extender.


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Sep 25, 2021 13:56 |  #5156

Sunset, Argyll, west Scotland


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Sep 25, 2021 13:57 |  #5157

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Sep 25, 2021 16:50 |  #5158

DB-Fotografie wrote in post #19287401 (external link)
Maybe flickr doesn't show the original size?

I exported the image in Full res and took a 3000x2000px crop out of that which I uploaded to flickr.

Looked at a few more shots.. they show an impressive amount of detail, fine detail, feather detail.. so far I'm very impressed.

When I clicked on the eyeglasses for the "100% crop", and then clicked on 100% pixel view, and then chose "inspect" from the browser's menus, it showed an image about 1000 pixels wide. That's what I was looking at, as I assumed that when you wrote "100%" you meant 100%, here, on this website. So, perhaps flickr had the 100% crop, but one never appeared here. To post a 100% crop here, it has to be less than 1600 pixels wide, AFAIK.

When I viewed the 100% crop here on this website, it looked "too sharp", as if it was not original pixels, but had been downsampled, possibly with Nearest Neighbor.




  
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Sep 25, 2021 18:20 |  #5159

Found this guy/gal snoozing in the neighbours tree. He was kind enough to open his eyes for me!


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Sep 25, 2021 19:04 |  #5160

GBH nabbing a little fish. Along with a bunch of grass.


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