EOS-R Test Image

Mt Spokane Photography

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Mar 25, 2011
I just tool some shots with the lens cap that was laying on my desk. I cropped it and did apply nr and sharpening. It was mostly just to satisfy myself that the camera could capture sharp images. Today, I played with my 100-400L, my 50mm f/2.5 macro, my 100mm L Macro, my Sigma 18-35mm art, and my Nikkor 55mm f/3.5 AI micro. I wanted to see how it handled the different types of lenses.

I used the Nikkor in manual, so exposure was poor, the exposures were good with the others. I also used focus peaking with the nikkor, but it was still lacking sharp focus. I think a tripod is needed to get sharp images with it.

50mm Macro
https://photos.smugmug.com/Photography/Canon/Canon-DSLRs/EOS-R/i-tmNP8Rf/0/e8193aa7/X2/Canon 50mm f 2.5 Macro2-X2.jpg

Sigma 18-35mm @18mm

https://photos.smugmug.com/Photography/Canon/Canon-DSLRs/EOS-R/i-RnR9j5f/0/c73d127e/X2/Sigma 18-35 APS-C1-X2.jpg

at 35mm

https://photos.smugmug.com/Photography/Canon/Canon-DSLRs/EOS-R/i-z3dxdLJ/0/f98c1436/X2/Sigma 18-35 APS-C3-X2.jpg

100mm L

https://photos.smugmug.com/Photography/Canon/Canon-DSLRs/EOS-R/i-WwGHxSz/0/ef0c11f7/X2/Canon 100mm L Macro2-X2.jpg