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  • Gazza's Avatar
    Yesterday, 9:56pm
    I have the Canon EF 100-400mm f4.5-5.6L IS USM Lens that I nearly always use with the monopod...(it all gets a bit heavy after awhile!)... The...
  • MissionMan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 9:55pm
    MissionMan replied to a thread D750 Err in ::Nikon
    Not actually sure to be honest. Haven't checked.
  • ricktas's Avatar
    Yesterday, 7:33pm
    ricktas replied to a thread flickr stuff in :f/stop
    yeppers
  • Mark L's Avatar
    Yesterday, 7:18pm
    Mark L replied to a thread flickr stuff in :f/stop
    So lets see if now ya can click through to the larger image!! (not that it's much larger) Double-barred Finch
  • Gazza's Avatar
    Yesterday, 7:16pm
    Gazza replied to a thread flickr stuff in :f/stop
    Well, that got rid of the 'Bar' across the top...but now ya can't click through to the larger image!!...Oh well......... - - - Updated - - - ...
  • Mark L's Avatar
    Yesterday, 7:12pm
    Mark L replied to a thread flickr stuff in :f/stop
    Gazza mike be onto somethig. Lets see. First at 1200, second at 1000 on longest side. (don't blink :)) Double-barred Finch - - - Updated...
  • Gazza's Avatar
    Yesterday, 6:57pm
    Gazza replied to a thread flickr stuff in :f/stop
    I've found (posting from 'Smugmug'), if I choose the old 1024px for the longest side I don't get that 'Click here' thing, even though we allowed to...
  • Lance B's Avatar
    Yesterday, 6:50pm
    Lance B replied to a thread High ISO images from D500 in ::Nikon
    From Nikon on Broadway, Sydney. - - - Updated - - - Thank you very much. :) - - - Updated - - -
  • cupic's Avatar
    Yesterday, 5:49pm
    cupic replied to a thread D750 Err in ::Nikon
    Mission man with the shutter replaced did the count reset or not I had the advisory done and still the shutter count was as before so Im not sure...
  • cupic's Avatar
    Yesterday, 5:46pm
    cupic replied to a thread High ISO images from D500 in ::Nikon
    Nikon have come a long way with the D300s to D500 and the noise is almost not applicable The 200-500 works a treat with the Nikon pro Dx Still...
  • Warbler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 5:23pm
    Warbler replied to a thread Low Light Help in :Shooting Help
    Yes, or you could shoot manual and underexpose by 2/3rds.....lol. There's more than one way to skin a cat. I don't tend to use spot-metering much. ...
  • spootz01's Avatar
    Yesterday, 5:05pm
    spootz01 replied to a thread Low Light Help in :Shooting Help
    I shoot with spot metering most of the time, so i imagine that wouldn't impact me much, although shooting evaluative might be better considering the...
  • Warbler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 4:51pm
    Warbler replied to a thread Low Light Help in :Shooting Help
    You may be lucky and find some bright spots under the lights. I gather it's a suburban ground, not Adelaide Oval. Try to shoot the light rather...
  • spootz01's Avatar
    Yesterday, 4:40pm
    spootz01 replied to a thread Low Light Help in :Shooting Help
    yeah that's very true. Might have to stick with sideline stuff with the Nifty Fifty
  • Warbler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 4:39pm
    Warbler replied to a thread Low Light Help in :Shooting Help
    I agree about the grain, but the blur won't go unnoticed.
  • spootz01's Avatar
    Yesterday, 4:36pm
    spootz01 replied to a thread Low Light Help in :Shooting Help
    The Tamron is certainly on the shopping list, as is the 7DII, but they just aren't financially viable right now. I suppose i should have...
  • Warbler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 4:33pm
    Yes, it was helpful, but I had most of that set anyway. My monitor is still much, much sharper than the TV, so I'll probably take it and put my...
  • Warbler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 3:51pm
    Warbler replied to a thread Low Light Help in :Shooting Help
    Even with F2.8 lenses, your 600D isn't going to be good enough. You'll find people using ISO up to 12800, and in some cases more with 2.8 lenses.
  • MissionMan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 3:51pm
    MissionMan replied to a thread Low Light Help in :Shooting Help
    What is out of your price range? The Tamron 70-200 f/2.8 is optically very close to the Canon and Nikon equivalents and almost a third of the price...
  • Warbler's Avatar
    Yesterday, 3:49pm
    Warbler replied to a thread Low Light Help in :Shooting Help
    Hail Mary.... Sorry, but your gear is not going to do the job. ISO 3200 is not going to cut it. Shooting buildings at night using a slow shutter...
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