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    Not just nature, but sports. For my uses, it was...

    Not just nature, but sports. For my uses, it was dog sports, trying to catch a dog just as it either leaps towards or crests a jump, exits a tunnel, etc.

    But burst rate is a double-edged sword. ...
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    Yeah, I hadn't been following the RF lens...

    Yeah, I hadn't been following the RF lens releases. I saw the 2 new lenses, and a quick search brought me to this Canon page, highlighting mostly very slow glass:...
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    It's a good thing it has good high-ISO handling,...

    It's a good thing it has good high-ISO handling, because it seems Canon is really pushing slow glass in the RF mount. They've got 600 f/11, an 800 f/11, a 100-500L f/4.5-7.1, and now their 100-400...
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    Poll: Looks like pretty much purely a benefit based on...

    Looks like pretty much purely a benefit based on this testing: https://fstoppers.com/education/there-any-quality-difference-between-raw-and-craw-new-canon-mirrorless-cameras-527209
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    You're missing a key component. Before the micro...

    You're missing a key component. Before the micro lens layer above the sensor, you really did miss light with more pixels, as some percentage of light fell between the photosensitive parts of the...
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    HD, don't throw shade on the discussion... it...

    HD, don't throw shade on the discussion... it will increase read noise.
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    Noise gets complicated. It increases as...

    Noise gets complicated. It increases as resolution increases, yes, but you can reduce that to an extent by scaling the noisier picture down to the same resolution as the cleaner image. You can use...
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    Congrats Brant.

    Congrats Brant.
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    Poll: Congrats Jonathan.

    Congrats Jonathan.
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    Poll: Or so it seems. These guys are actually in a...

    Or so it seems. These guys are actually in a thin strip of grass in a business park. My shots were taken leaning out the window of our van (we didn't want to get out and disturb them), so the shot...
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    Poll: Wow, thanks everyone. Last time I checked on the...

    Wow, thanks everyone. Last time I checked on the kits (maybe 5 days ago), they're doing well, exploring without parental supervision.
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    @Jonathan, but now we all know the surprising...

    @Jonathan, but now we all know the surprising answer to the question... Does a bear crap in the woods?
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    Congrats Jonathan, and to all the shooters of all...

    Congrats Jonathan, and to all the shooters of all the fine shots this week.
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    Going semi-educational with this one: ...

    Going semi-educational with this one:

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51259558637_9872efa4f2_b.jpg
    Normal vs Leucistic Chipmunk by Dave E, on Flickr
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    This week goes to Joel's "Crested CaraCara...

    This week goes to Joel's "Crested CaraCara preening". A close-up of an unusual bird, grooming.

    Brant, I like the "Up Early" shot, just prefer the CaraCara. Perhaps would like to see a bit more...
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    I know I can't vote for myself, but hey, more fox...

    I know I can't vote for myself, but hey, more fox pics.

    I got to try out the 600mm on a CF Gitzo w/ Gimbal. The lens was sharper wide open in lower light than when I had it lightly stopped down...
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    Nope

    Nope
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    Thanks Sean.

    Thanks Sean.
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    Foxy shots

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51231198780_6ed2c24b13_b.jpg
    Relaxed Mama Fox by Dave E, on Flickr

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51230128251_ee9a29f29d_b.jpg
    Kit Exploring by Dave E,...
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    I only know Laguna Seca as a race track. Perhaps...

    I only know Laguna Seca as a race track. Perhaps location is key here, if this is the same area. Photographers with a lot of high-end camera and lenses come to shoot races. These guys offer...
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    Nice composition on all of those, JW.

    Nice composition on all of those, JW.
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    Congrats Kari and Claes.

    Congrats Kari and Claes.
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    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51102986665_b1...

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51102986665_b1092fe8f6_b.jpg
    New Neighbours by Dave E, on Flickr
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    Are all the macro shots on your Flickr after the...

    Are all the macro shots on your Flickr after the first batch using this technique? Or did you find your macro lens? If they're all loose lens shots, then I'd say you're really getting the hang of...
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    re: aperture. I'm not sure how good it is for...

    re: aperture. I'm not sure how good it is for the lens (this link says it should be fine) but I've heard of setting the aperture, pressing the DOF preview button, and disconnecting the lens. You...
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