Discussion in 'Canon EOS' started by Nick D., Feb 11, 2021.
Somebody must have Canon
We got the snow they predicted.
This first one is 8am isch after just 1 night of snowfall.
This one is after 1 day, snow and windforce 7..
Water tower at night in snow
Canon 50D ISO 12,800
I have acquired the three Viltrox f/1.4 lenses for my M system; my primary purpose was to get narrower DOF than the EF-M 22 mm f/2. The 23 mm f/1.4 is not as sharp as the 22 mm. Likewise, the Viltrox 56 mm f/1.4 is not as sharp as the Sigma 56 mm f/1.4, but all three Viltrox lenses are quite workable.
The lady in red was shot with the 23 mm @ f/1.8, 1/60 sec. at ISO 200, P mode. Ambient only, large kitchen window camera left and a hanging globe with 100 W (equivalent) daylight LED. The ferocious feline was shot with the Viltrox 56 mm @ f/1.6, 1/100 sec. at ISO 200, again P mode. Light as before.
What I found somewhat interesting is that in the original high resolution file I can read the opinion piece in the paper where the zone of focus is. Both pictures were shot with the M 6 Mark II. It is an OK camera; what I don't like is that you can not have a flash or trigger mounted without giving up the EVF. So I am waiting for the M 5 Mark II. I also wish for a different/better form factor, more like the Sony A 6000 series or the Leica CL, I can do without the pentaprism like hump. And like most serious photographers using the M system, I wish for more Canon EF-M primes with quality similar to the EF-M 32 mm f/1.4. Nine years into the system there are five (!) zooms, but only two non macro primes. With the EF-S system the Rebels were a bit smaller than the FF offerings (especially the Rebel SL series), but the lenses were largely similar in size to the EF lenses, and for primes you had to use EF lenses as there was only ONE non macro prime, the 24 mm f/2.8. But with the M system it is a whole new ball game. Smaller, lighter, yet excellent primes are much handier than equivalent EF lenses. I fit an M 5, three primes and three zooms into a Tenba Tool Box 8, which is about 8x8x3 inches. Not doable with the EF-S system. And I believe Canon are losing significant potential lens sales here. Luckily we have Sigma and some other players. Interesting times.......
This is only a part of the group of 16 turkeys that have been around our property since they were little chicks. They're here today, actually! Canon R6, 100-400L
Oops! I need to correct the text in my photo...this shot was taken with the 7D MkII and the EF 100-400L.
Canon D6 / Canon EOS 24-105mm Is
5D mkII Tamron 90 mm macro
Were you on an ice breaker for those first two shots borisuk2?
I live just up the shore a bit north!
I was shooting from North ave beach on Sunday morning. Looks like ice breaker ha ha!
Canon 5D MK IV - Canon TS-E 24mm L
SAG-AFTRA Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, California. Shot this today.
Canon 5D MK IV - Canon TS-E 24mm L
Sitting at the Light - Wilshire & Santa Monica Blvd. Beverly Hills. Nice day and not minding the traffic much. Only the License Plates have been changed to protect the innocent.
just like they predicted .lost power for 4 days and today another ice storm is forecast.hurry up SPRING
canon eos t3 w 18-55 mm kit lens
some more pics of today's ice adventures.canon eos t3 with 18-55mm kit lens
i'll post one more of todays ice.canon eos t3 with fotodiox adapter for fd ssc 100mm 2.8 lens. shot taken thru bedroom window
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