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    Very cool, and relatively inexpensive at $2K. But...

    Very cool, and relatively inexpensive at $2K. But maybe that's like buying a cheap printer and then having to pay the ongoing high costs of ink/toner because, "Canon is currently developing two paid...
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    My first RF lens was the 24-105/4L, which I...

    My first RF lens was the 24-105/4L, which I bought along with my EOS R. That was before the 24-70/2.8L IS came out, and I now need to decide if I replace my EF 24-70/2.8 II with the RF version. For...
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    Thanks for the info, Brant. Like you, I tend to...

    Thanks for the info, Brant. Like you, I tend to shoot in short bursts so probably a smaller card would be fine. Based on the file size of the R6 (slightly more MP than the R3), even a 64 GB will hold...
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    Thanks for posting, Brant! I have typically used...

    Thanks for posting, Brant! I have typically used SanDisk cards but would probably have gone with the 128 GB capacity for the R3. I suspect I'll need pony up for a pair of the 512 GB SanDisks (at $600...
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    Congratulations, Sean! Memories of the...

    Congratulations, Sean!

    Memories of the sleeplessness and frustration fade, but memories of the joy persist...thus, the revisiting...and perhaps re-revisiting. :D
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    Wonderful images as always! This week's nod goes...

    Wonderful images as always! This week's nod goes to Foggy Moonlight, I like the dark brooding feel that enhances the moon and its reflection, and the stars peeking through.
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    Someone remind me why I agree to judge these,...

    Someone remind me why I agree to judge these, it's never an easy task. Excellent submissions from all as usual, this week's nod goes to Brant for "Desert Sun".

    Thanks, All!
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    I put my TQC-14 into checked luggage when I'm...

    I put my TQC-14 into checked luggage when I'm checking a suitcase. But several times I've packed it in a carryon hard case, and last month for the first time I carried it just strapped to the...
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    Vivitar...not the first name that comes to mind...

    Vivitar...not the first name that comes to mind when I think of quality filters. Nor the second. Actually, it doesn't even make the list. I'd say it's the filter.
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    Same in Safari on MacOS, agree that it's an...

    Same in Safari on MacOS, agree that it's an expired certificate issue.
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    We've typically gotten together for winter...

    We've typically gotten together for winter raptors, where patience is key and that means the supertele is on a tripod. But on many occasions, I walk around carrying the 600/4 II (usually with the...
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    No specific plans, but a general goal to get out...

    No specific plans, but a general goal to get out for more birding this year. Will certainly have a few business trips, one likely to Argentina.



    Should be an opportunity to meet that goal in...
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    Ok, I'll play. :) As with Brant, these are...

    Ok, I'll play. :)

    As with Brant, these are based on the saved RAW images (tabulated with Aperture Inspector).

    For cameras in 2017:


    Canon EOS-1D X
    76%
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    As always, a difficult choice among excellent...

    As always, a difficult choice among excellent entries. Fortunately, I won't have to make such a choice again this year...

    This week's nod goes to Sean's Morning Fog, I could almost feel the mist...
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    I was at a meeting in Freiburg, Germany a couple...

    I was at a meeting in Freiburg, Germany a couple of weeks ago, and stopped by Basel, Switzerland to visit with some former colleagues. This is Mittlere Brücke (middle bridge) over the Rhine in...
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    Eneloops, the standard white ones. I still have...

    Eneloops, the standard white ones. I still have all Sanyo ones, from before Panasonic took over the brand. I probably have >40 of them, all are still working flawlessly.
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    Social media = sharing 8-track tapes with...

    Social media = sharing 8-track tapes with friends. :p

    Ok, so I’m not a complete Luddite, I have a Facebook account and even check it occasionally. But pics are posted only to Flickr.
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    Nice in theory, difficult in practice for a...

    Nice in theory, difficult in practice for a couple of reasons. First, there are a myriad of accessories out there, which should be reviewed? I suspect Bryan reviews off-brand items that he finds...
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    I clean my sensor fairly often. My APS-C cameras...

    I clean my sensor fairly often. My APS-C cameras only very rarely get dust, but my 1D X attracts it like a Swiffer. Rocket Blower, Visible Dust Arctic Butterfly and a Sensor Loupe are all I've...
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    Lovely shots, Brant!

    Lovely shots, Brant!
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    During the unseasonably warm weather (for New...

    During the unseasonably warm weather (for New England) at the beginning of the month, I was able to get up to Plum Island for a couple of hours.

    "Great Egret over Grass"...
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    No master plan for me. Started with a T1i back...

    No master plan for me. Started with a T1i back in 2009 (after a long P&S-only hiatus from film SLRs), soon moved to a 7D, then added a 5DII. Replaced both with a 1D X, and that's still meeting my...
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    Way late, but here is a rather topical series...

    "Wizards of Hogwarts" - Halloween 2017
    https://c1.staticflickr.com/5/4460/26314707029_472c3924be_c.jpg


    "In the Shire" - Halloween 2016...
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    Planning around weather is wonderful, but often I...

    Planning around weather is wonderful, but often I lack the ability to do so, or more specifically the constraints of my travel usually obviate planning. Case in point - I'm going to a conference in...
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    Not a big user of binoculars. I have an old...

    Not a big user of binoculars. I have an old Nikon 8x25 set (bought >20 years ago), and I have the Canon 10x30 IS which I got for free a few years back. I do find the IS helpful on the rare...
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