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Jul 15, 2020 19:42 |  #1666

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From the capture to the processing - well done. Seems that no matter what body you throw at that lens, you get some nice images.




  
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From the capture to the processing - well done. Seems that no matter what body you throw at that lens, you get some nice images.

Thank you! It was a great performer. I'm glad I didn't listen to all those negative reviews, most likely by people who didn't have any telephoto skills or it was too heavy for. Fortunately the RF 24-240 came out around the time my 28-300L started getting errors.


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Aug 23, 2020 12:18 |  #1669

An up close and personal look at two Bald Cypress trees just after some rain.


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