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Whit

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Re: 1DX- coated in ice, nice and white, and still clicking
« Reply #30 on: December 17, 2012, 07:49:25 AM »
Nice work :)

I've started doing a similar thing with my 5D mk3. The last attempt of mine, taking 325 images over 4 hours ended up with heavy dew after image 24  :'(

What lens did you use?

I was worried about fogging up, but I got lucky. I think the combination of a cold camera (matching the temp outside), and the wind bowing around the lens kept it clean. I was shooting on the 24mm 1.4 II, which is one of my favorite lenses

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Re: 1DX- coated in ice, nice and white, and still clicking
« Reply #30 on: December 17, 2012, 07:49:25 AM »

Drizzt321

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Re: 1DX- coated in ice, nice and white, and still clicking
« Reply #31 on: December 17, 2012, 12:28:27 PM »
Nice work :)

I've started doing a similar thing with my 5D mk3. The last attempt of mine, taking 325 images over 4 hours ended up with heavy dew after image 24  :'(

What lens did you use?

I was worried about fogging up, but I got lucky. I think the combination of a cold camera (matching the temp outside), and the wind bowing around the lens kept it clean. I was shooting on the 24mm 1.4 II, which is one of my favorite lenses

Oh, I love that lens. I'm hoping to get one sometime, but I've got a 24-70 (looking at the Tamron, I'm pretty impressed so far), 70-200 2.8 IS v2 to acquire first. Then I can start going after the lovely, lovely primes :)
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Film Cameras: Mamiya RB67, RB-50, RB-180-C, RB-90-C, RB-50, Perkeo I folder, Mamiya Six Folder (Pre-WWII model)
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Re: 1DX- coated in ice, nice and white, and still clicking
« Reply #31 on: December 17, 2012, 12:28:27 PM »