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  1. Pauhana

    7D Mk ii to 5D MkIV maybe

    Well final verdict is to wait and see what R6 will have to offer. I did like shooting the 5D mk IV and low light improvement was a major plus. Hoping release will be first of July as rumors indicate on R5/R6
  2. Pauhana

    7D Mk ii to 5D MkIV maybe

    No processing....as I said was a junk shot that could be simply used for I’d purpose....big crop too
  3. Pauhana

    7D Mk ii to 5D MkIV maybe

    Ok now starting to see the benefits of full frame in low light. Couple of shots from this morning. Went into the woods before full light. Captured this shot of Acadian FC. Had to manual focus, handheld 1/200 6400 iso 400mm. Yeah not going to win awards but what is important me is that...
  4. Pauhana

    7D Mk ii to 5D MkIV maybe

    Was out before 6 this morning to catch the early morning light. First thing i figured out is after all these years i still stink at BIF for smaller birds 8-P Static birds was able to get shots at various distances used 100-400 mk II. No extender. Spent last night watching videos on how to...
  5. Pauhana

    7D Mk ii to 5D MkIV maybe

    Rental 5D mkiv arrives tomorrow
  6. Pauhana

    7D Mk ii to 5D MkIV maybe

    Considering a change from my 7DMKii. Main reason since moving to Tennessee I find myself shooting in lower light levels. Forested trails, in the rain, lots of cloudy days. A majority of my birds are static. BIF larger birds, swallows occasionally if light is good. High ISO on 7D just not...
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