« on: November 28, 2014, 04:58:05 PM »
These are simply amazing photos. The landscapes and bird shots are so beautiful and sharp, I felt like I was actually there. The colors are really gorgeous. You are very talented! Thanks for posting this.
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Sunset in Bali by Pierre Pichot Photography, on Flickr
Sometimes 960mm FOV is not enough
Here's a BIF at 1920mm - 7D2, 600mm f4 + 2X tele, f8, iso 640, 1/3200, tripod
Rising to the Perch by seattlebirdman, on Flickr
So I finally got a half decent panorama. It's from the balcony of my room at the Trump International Beach Resort in Miami. It was a business trip and for some unknown reason, they upgraded me to a room with a huge balcony including a hot tub! Needless to say I didn't ask why...
Two pictures from Piran, Slovenia
I espacially like the first picture. Lovely shot.
Great shots Glenn.
Buy a Sony today, in a year it's 5 models old and worth absolute squat. No thanks..
having had the camera for a week now, I really really really don't like DPR. Lightroom is a far superior product and I hope they have an update soon.
+1 (or more). I'm going to have to go jpg as I don't have the patience I used to have. Anyone heard when we might get LR CR2->JPG for the 7d2?
I think the optical performance specs will be a significant improvement. What would be the point of a new version if it weren't? Just saying.
My copy of v1 is quite sharp. I doubt the new one will be significantly sharper (perhaps I have a particularly good copy). What it will have is greatly improved IS, lens coatings and (hopefully) weather resistance. The slotted hood for filters is also intriguing. Though I'm not particularly interested in upgrading, I will keep an open mind.
My lens is quite good and others have noticed the fact. I think it's more about techniques and lighting. This is at f6.3 ISO 200 on a 5D III (click on the photo for a larger size)
F-22 Raptor afterburner turn © Keith Breazeal by Keith Breazeal Photography, on Flickr
This is the second lens in a few weeks to cost LESS than expected - the other being the 400 DO MkII. What's happening??
This is to make Nikon users bang their head against the wall.