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Discussion in 'Canon News and Rumors' started by porkphoto, Oct 9, 2020.

  1. GDN

    GDN Well-Known Member

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    No worries. I am pleased that you had a look at the opinions. Sorry that I couldn't help you out with your camera hunting. Good luck.

    Gary
     

  2. Craig Sherriff

    Craig Sherriff Well-Known Member Site Supporter

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    go to the post and click edit and then delete the second one, as a person who stuffs this up all the time, I know this will work as I have had to do it many times.
     
  3. Craig Sherriff

    Craig Sherriff Well-Known Member Site Supporter

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    excellent images that are nice and sharp/ Porkphoto
     
  4. porkphoto

    porkphoto Active Member Site Supporter

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    Thanks Craig, but I don't think I did it quite right. I'll leave it alone before I do more damage than I want.
     
  5. Caladina

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    M50 55-200 kit at 55mm (cropped in to subject) 1/800 ƒ8 1600 iso
    with regards to the M50 things i think you might need to take a careful look at are evf lag and raw buffer,
    personally i'm happy to shoot jpeg so i don't need to worry about raw buffer, i mention it as it you might want to test it out on high frame rate incase its a problem,
    the evf as with other mirrorless cameras can have lag but i have captured in flight no problem and not had a problem with evf lag.
    that being said there might be an M50 ii in the pipeline, something else to consider.
    piggylanding.jpg
    M50 55-200 kit at 55mm (cropped in to subject) 1/800 ƒ8 1600 iso single point af servo.
    was taken when i was out on a casual park walk with kit lens a while back, with more thought and higher quality glass the M50 can capture those moments in flight,
     
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  6. Caladina

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    magfeed.jpg

    magfeed2.jpg
    M50 with sigma 100-400mm c
    for this one i was able to sit and wait for the right moment
     
  7. Craig Sherriff

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    Nice images Caladina.
    I prefer the pigeons shot as you have timed the bird landing beautifully and the bird is very sharp, excellent shot.
     
  8. Caladina

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    yes, i also had to time the moment the magpie opened its beak :) but i included those to show the M50 with higher price glass, not that the 55-200 kit is bad, in fact its pretty good.
     
  9. porkphoto

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    Update on my decision to upgrade my aps-c and full-frame bodies, first I want to thank everyone for their participation and suggestions. I pulled the trigger on the 5Ds and 90D. The 5Ds has shipped, I should receive it on Friday, the 23rd, however the 90D is on back order and will ship as soon as they become available. I am now on pins and needles!
     
  10. Craig Sherriff

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    Porkphoto, there is nothing like the anticipation of waiting for a new bit of kit to arrive, the moment of opening the packaging, pulling it out, assembling it. feeling the weight and then going outside and finding nothing worth shooting. I hope you enjoy your new camera.
    PS. the lady of the house is always a nice starting shot.
     
  11. GDN

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    Nice to hear that you have brought some new gear. I must admit that I have eyed up used 5Ds's in the past, but it never happened. Let us know how you get on with it.

    Gary
     
  12. Caladina

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    Great stuff, getting to play with new things is always fun,
    even if it is a new kitten fall backwards off of the table, turning itself into a 20 bladed grappling hook as it falls, yep i has the scars to prove it!
     

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