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  1. spiralout462

    First Eagle this spring!

    Thanks guys!
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    First Eagle this spring!

    Quite a bit. 300mm definitely has its limitations. I have a canon tc1.4 that I've had some success with but I feel like I need a TON of light for that.
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    First Eagle this spring!

    I've been watching a nest. This mature adult took off unexpectedly but I got em. Canon T6s with an EF300 f4 is. 1/1000 f6.3
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    canon t6i questions

    Yes. Even though its bigger, it should be more accurate.
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    Carolina Christmas

    I'm not quite sure. There was a group of them scouring the ground. This one hopped up on the tree and started rooting around. :) He was scratching himself just prior LOL
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    From 70-200 and 100-400 to 300

    For my children's sporting events a 300 f4 is a little too long at times. I pretty much have all access since I help coach all of them!, so I'm usually better off mounting an 85 f1.8 and getting down on the sidelines.
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    Carolina Christmas

    Carolina Wren that is.... :)
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    Post your favorite shot from your most recent roll

    Developed and scanned today. APX100
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    Post your favorite shot from your most recent roll

    Got a roll back today. Porta 160.
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    Ok, I have to ask... D7200 VS 80D

    The 80d is better for Canon shooters, the 7200 is better for Nikon shooters. Neither is "better" than the other.
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    EF or EF-S mount?

    Yes. Sharp, very capable lens, IN GOOD LIGHT.
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    EF or EF-S mount?

    What focal length?
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    Yummy Yum Yum

    Very nice. he's really showing off!
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    EF or EF-S mount?

    Both. completely depends on what you need. I'll never shot a full frame digital but I still would rather have ef lenses if at all possible. there are some perfectly acceptable ef-s options.
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    Is a 50mm lens worth it for portraits?

    I hate 50 mm for portraits! a fast 85 mm prime is a better choice in my opinion. even with a crop sensor.
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    80D cleanest high ISO?

    Way to many variables! a night scene shot at ISO 6400 might look like garbage. a properly exposed bird in flight shot at ISO 6400 might look superb. and everything in between. The more you shoot the more you learn.
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    Canon 700D or 750D

    Beat me to it...... ;)
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    Side/hand strap?

    A hand strap seems like a real wrist breaker for me. I'll stick to slings.
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