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GreenViper

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Jan 29, 2014
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Long time lurker so decided to post some of my R5 test shots. All shot with 400DOII with Ext2xII at F8. PL4 processed
 

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House wren(s)?

(Images acquired some fifty months ago using a handheld 5DMk3/100-400 II combination...kinda imagining what the R5 sensor will do...and wondering what the 100-500 R lens will add ;).)

The pandemic has supplied opportunities to (further) organize decades of images. The process has catalyzed a question and my answer to the question.

What lens is your lens that is most fun/productive to use?

A part of my own answer involves a calculation of sorts--do I find the images that result to be pleasing...(and much more pleasing than the lenses they replaced)?

For me--
EF: Canon 100-400 II;
EF-S: Canon 17-55 2.8 IS;
EF-M: Canon 11-22 IS

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