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    Re: Well said, Robert

    Robert is of course correct.
    At my local camera club, at least two pro photographers who visited have stated that the APS-C body gives more reach and lens "magnification" which shows how embedded...
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    Re: Another dragonfly

    Thanks for comments all.
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    Re: Canon to 'Pause' Development of EF lenses

    Is your problem with the EVF more to do with refresh rate than blue?
    I say this because "blue light" syndrome is prevalent in ordinary LEDs, but EVF's use OLEDS, which as far as I know (I may be...
  4. Re: Unleash hidden resolution from your Canon T6i

    Link seems to be broken.
    This can be done, I believe, but you still need an IR filter. You have to replace Canon's combined AA + IR by an IR only, or you will get odd looking images. Unless you...
  5. Thread: Wren

    by neonlamp
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    Re: Wren

    Nice one. Aren't they cute - but also live life on the fast lane, have to be quick to get these (unless they're taking a break)!
    Well done.
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    Another dragonfly

    This one taken at the end of last year.
    Although I have a macro many of my "moving nature" photos have been taken, as this one,with the 100-400 II....
  7. Thread: Short zoom

    by neonlamp
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    Re: Short zoom

    A little belated... I have the 18-135 and 24-105 f/4L II. They're both great lenses, and the 18-135 holds up very well comparing the two (in another post I mentioned it might even be slightly sharper...
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    Re: 100mm 2.8 L Lens

    Another belated response ... the 100 f/2.8 L macro is a really great lens. You don't really need a 1.4x extender (which won't fit anyway) but a 25mm extension tube for greater magnification. It has...
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    Re: Canon EF 24-105mm f4L ll IS USM

    I've just got a 24-105 II as part of a longer term aim to go full frame which I now use as a walk-around instead of my 18-135. I tended to shoot towards telephoto too, so don't miss the 18 much,...
  10. Thread: lens query

    by neonlamp
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    Re: lens query

    When I started this DSLR lark I bought the 18-135 kit lens for exactly the reason Mikesowsun says - I thought that the 18-200 would be too soft. I've been pleasantly surprised with the 18-135. In...
  11. Thread: 10-18

    by neonlamp
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    Re: 10-18

    I'm sure you will have made a good choice. I have the 10-22 which I bought one month before the 10-18 came out. I have found the UWA essential for many landscape and architectural shots; and if you...
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    Re: Another kingfisher photo

    Thanks for comments, all.
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    Depth control, Jan-Mar 2019

    I found the article on depth of field a little wanting. It made the points correctly, but I think the illustrations could have been improved.
    Some people have said that focal length makes no...
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    Re: Another kingfisher photo

    OK here is the flickr version
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    Re: Another kingfisher photo

    https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7858/47447210222_9135998c9c_c.jpgKingfisherST4 by [url=https://www.flickr.com on Flickr
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    Another kingfisher photo

    Sorry, not from flickr.
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    Sharpness of EF24-105 vs 100-400II

    Hi all
    My EF24-105f/4L seems to be slightly less sharp at 105mm than my 100-400 f/4.5-5.6L II at 100mm, but gives sharp images around 24-70mm range, so generally I am pleased with it.
    I've set up...
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    Re: Lighter weight combination.

    After lugging a 7DII with battery pack and several lenses in a back pack I was surprised how light my old 600D was! My walk-round lens for that which is still used is the EF-S 18-135. That seems to...
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    Getting closer ...

    Trying to get close to local kingfisher.
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    Re: Elephant with young

    Agree- very nice shot.
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    Re: Acorn stealer

    Looks softer to me too on the upload compared with the original, but thanks for comments
  22. Thread: Raindrops

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    Re: Raindrops

    thanks for comments, all. (That's the trouble with grass, Tom! (not deliberately coloured or enhanced)).
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    Re: Kingfisher- my second ever sighting in UK

    nice one Nat. You managed to get closer to one than I ever have!
  24. Thread: Raindrops

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    Raindrops

    Saw these on the grass ... had to take a shot (16 focus stacked in fact)
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    Re: Buzzard fly-by

    I agree Colin and I often stop up as much as 2 stops. On this occasion my thumb set the wheel back a couple of notches in my haste to capture the shot!
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