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Oct 03, 2022 11:47 |  #8386

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Oct 03, 2022 17:51 |  #8387

nardes wrote in post #19431024 (external link)
… it is so reassuring to see the AF lock onto the head and follow the DF around the frame, whilst your finger is jammed down hard on the shutter release button.:-)

So you were in Servo, and/or Animal/Eye focus?
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Oct 03, 2022 18:02 |  #8388

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Oct 03, 2022 20:00 |  #8389

Trout Bum wrote in post #19431835 (external link)
So you were in Servo, and/or Animal/Eye focus?
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All of the above.:-)

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Oct 05, 2022 00:27 |  #8391

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Oct 05, 2022 10:12 |  #8393

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Oct 05, 2022 11:13 |  #8394

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Oct 06, 2022 00:52 |  #8395

First week as an R5 owner... Man do I love this camera for landscapes. I've basically abandoned landscape photography these past few years and I feel like I've been re-born this week thanks to the R5. Here are a couple of photos from this week paired with the 11-24 f/4L on a tripod and 3 bracketed shots.


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Oct 06, 2022 06:07 |  #8396

random paddle boater/fisher guy

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Oct 06, 2022 08:37 |  #8397

Outstanding!

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First week as an R5 owner... Man do I love this camera for landscapes. I've basically abandoned landscape photography these past few years and I feel like I've been re-born this week thanks to the R5. Here are a couple of photos from this week paired with the 11-24 f/4L on a tripod and 3 bracketed shots.
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Oct 06, 2022 11:02 |  #8398

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Nice shot and perspective. I was taking pictures of model airplanes and at 1/160 it was still a bit too fast for the props. Helicopter shots were better. Next time I'll have to slow it down a bit more.


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Nice shot and perspective. I was taking pictures of model airplanes and at 1/160 it was still a bit too fast for the props. Helicopter shots were better. Next time I'll have to slow it down a bit more.

Thank you.

For prop planes, I found that 1/125 is about the max for my liking.
For helicopters, it was more like 1/60~1/50. Pretty slow and why the debris didn't look better. Lots of outtakes for sure. Glad I wasn't burning film.


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