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    Foggy morning on campus.

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    This is my take on a path through the autumn woods


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    Whitetail in autumn woods, 5DMKIII, ISO3200, 600mm f4II, f4, 1/320.
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    A few more fall colors shots with Zuiko 28 f/3.5.

    No 1 Leaves Color


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    Have to admit I hadn't thought of zuiko as a lens option - I like the smaller size
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    Quote Originally Posted by Busted Knuckles View Post
    Have to admit I hadn't thought of zuiko as a lens option - I like the smaller size
    IMHO image quality looks pretty good! The size is a bonus too. This is definitely a higher end gear forum and the little 28 f/3.5 is not going to fill in for the top of the line and modern Canons for very many people, but I personally like it. IQ looks good, I find it fun to use, and it is so inexpensive you don't have to worry about it.

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    Dave, I quite agree with your point on high end, though with all the stuff going on in imaging I am starting to question my own version of "high end."

    A few days ago I offered up the idea of an airplane's flight envelope to be used when looking at the capabilities of a camera. A Cessna 172 isn't going to go supersonic no matter how steep the dive and a 5dIII isn't going to hit 12 fps either . Then again the Air Force really does frown on taking one of their f-18's stuffing a duffle bag in it and heading off for a weekend jaunt - the 172 carries a lot more inside the cabin anyway. . Try as I might that 1dx just isn't going in my jacket pocket like the M w/ the 22mm either.

    As that as a context, and long long ago one of my first discussions was bit depth, pixel size and it was clear there are some on this site that have forgotten more about the physics of this than I will ever know... . Sort of what is the ultimate driver of IQ.

    I think the zuiko shots look darn good. I have done one wall size enlargement - a 9 image babbling river stitch for my wife's office. The IQ of was driven by the number of frames vs. absolute resolution of 1.

    All of this to come back to what is my personal "imaging envelope" needs. I would like to see the M2 come out soon with the dual pixel sensor. And then I could see myself "dialing back" to APC 70d & M2 and being quite happy w/ the IQ, capabilities, size, etc, etc. This would be particularly true if Canon could figure out how to do wide on the M2 with an M "L" lens vs adapted EF/EFS. Lets face it normal to wide is all I want small form factor for - as soon as I go telephoto small form factor goes out the window.

    Image quality coming out of the APC sensor class continues to improve and for my personal use I suspect with rare exceptions the 4/3rds could service my "imaging envelope" quite nicely - with only a few (star scape/low light) exceptions and could actually expand it in the FPS and other elements.

    It is just a darn wonderful time to be alive and have such options. Blessings and peace to all. Hope I didn't bore anyone.
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    Here are a couple berries with the 7D and 24-70mm vI




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    It is that time of year again here in New England....

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    Taken near the top of the Kancamagus Pass near Lincoln, New Hampshire.

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    Got this one a few days ago with the new 10-18 f4.5-5.6 and 600D!



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