And one of the few items (I know, it's not Photographic) but is a bigger lesson in Futility is.....
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Me neither although it does take a few days. But seriously 300 X2 is a pretty good compromise.
Well something different a bored dog on the streets of edinburgh
With 300mm, I now don't have to chase after them
I've a question for all of you. I know the focus is not 100% but the background looks weird to me. Do you think the grass behind the birds looks a bit funny? If so, why?
FYI, f8, 1/4000, iso 1600 5diii with 300 f/2.8ii+2xiii
I bought a micro camera to clip onto Fluffy's collar to see what she did all day. The camera was set to take an image every 10 seconds. I managed to capture 9 hours of sleeping cat.
I tried it on her outside. She came back without camera and collar. I never found it.
well well wellTo little too late, enjoying the a7r.
My own copy of the lens is showing out for delivery today, can't wait! I mean, who needs TWO kidneys?!
Please stop posting photos Edward i cant afford to buy the 200-400 and a trip to tanzania lol!awesome work yet again
Thanks Edward! I assume that since it's primary use relates to glare that the light loss is not relevant in those bright circumstances.
Edward, I'm aware of these filters, in fact I think I had one eons ago with my F1 but that's about it. If one is installed in the 300 is there a need to take it out for general shooting. In browsing this thread I think I saw reference to light loss?? Probably a dumb question but I'm a beginner.
Is this the one you using?