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 Saturday, November 4, 2023

A great subject in great light aligned with a great background and captured by a high-performing camera and lens combination is a sure recipe for an image I like. In this case, and often the case, the hard work was getting to the right location at the right time. The photo was easy to capture.

As I said in the last Dall Sheep Ram photo I shared, the Canon EOS R5 and RF 100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM Lens were the first choice for this adventure. The R5 was selected for its high resolution, AF performance, and ease of use, and the RF 100-500 was selected for the optimal focal length range, including 100mm for environmental portraits and 500mm for tighter framing or distant subjects, and outstanding sharpness over the range, backed up by a high-performing image stabilization system. The relatively compact size of this combination proved ideal for the climb.

My go-to wildlife camera settings were in place for this image. The eye must be sharp, and the subject (and I) were moving, so servo (continuous) AF with eye detection was selected. The aperture was set to the widest available at all focal lengths (initially f/4.5 at 100mm), and the shutter speed was frequently and rapidly adjusted to the comfortably lowest needed (or lower after initial safety/insurance shots were captured). Auto ISO ensured that the exposure instantly changed for the shutter speed selected (and light changes), with exposure compensation applied as needed.

While the ram was moving, it wasn't moving fast. Thus, I opted for the 1st-curtain electronic shutter to retain the full 14-bit image quality with still fast "H" continuous shooting mode providing good viewfinder coverage (low blackout).


A larger version of this image is available here.

 
Camera and Lens Settings
451mm  f/6.3  1/500s
ISO 160
8192 x 5464px
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Post Date: 11/4/2023 7:16:00 PM ET   Posted By: Bryan

Beta version firmware to address Sony a7C II, a7C R, a6700, and FX6 AF-C (Continuous AF) compatibility issues with 15 Samyang lenses is available for download.

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Post Date: 11/4/2023 10:50:51 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan
 Thursday, November 2, 2023

The Canon RF 24-105mm F2.8 L IS USM Z Lens page is loaded with expectations and information, including size and MTF chart comparisons.

Ditto for the Canon RF 200-800mm F6.3-9 IS USM Lens page.

Full expectations will be added to the Canon RF-S 10-18mm F4.5-6.3 IS STM Lens page in the next day or so, but product images, MTF comparisons, and specifications are currently available.

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Post Date: 11/2/2023 12:01:00 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan

This lens announcement from Canon features a huge range of focal lengths and coverage for a wide range of skill levels and pursuits. Here is the latest news from Canon USA:

CANON INTRODUCES THREE NEW LENSES, ENHANCING STILL PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEO PRODUCTION FOR ANY SKILL LEVEL

MELVILLE, NY, November 2, 2023 – Photographers aiming to get a powerful, ultra-wide angle shot, or looking for a superb zoom range, can improve their images with three new lenses announced today by Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions. The RF-S10-18mm F4.5-6.3 IS STM, the RF24-105mm F2.8 L IS USM Z, and the RF200-800mm F6.3-9 IS USM lenses can benefit a wide range of users — from beginners all the way to working professionals.

The RF-S10-18mm F4.5-6.3 IS STM lens offers users of APS-C sensor size EOS R-series cameras an ultra wide-angle zoom, helping create strong still images and video. It is an ideal lens for vloggers, travelers, and general shooters. Beginners in video and still photography can make good use of this lens, as well as the more advanced pros. Key features include:

  • 10–18mm ultra-wide zoom (equivalent to 16-29mm on full-frame camera).
  • Image Stabilization, for even greater hand-held sharpness and video steadiness.
  • Compact and lightweight design, making it an excellent choice for travel.
  • A new optical design, optimized for RF lens mount and APS-C sensor size.
  • An affordable price tag for those just stepping into ultra-wide video and still imaging.

Still and video professionals who want a single lens that can handle most tasks with low-light capabilities will find what they’re looking for with the RF24-105mm F2.8 L IS USM Z. This is the world’s first 24-105mm focal length lens combined with consistent f/2.8 maximum aperture1, offering true portrait-length telephoto coverage resulting in sharp images. High-end photographers, photojournalists, and video content creators can utilize this lens’ other features that include:

  • Constant overall length when zooming.
  • Manual aperture ring for video use.
  • Optimized optics for high-level video.
  • Image stabilization.

A new Power Zoom Adapter will also be available for the RF24-105mm F2.8 L IS USM Z lens, an optional accessory for super-smooth zooming during video operation. This detachable device allows for more natural movement when zooming in and out, and easier control for solo camera operators. A standard version of the Power Zoom Adapter will be available, as well as a 20-pin port version to support zoom and focus demands. The firmware updates that will be available in early December for the EOS C70 and EOS R5 C cameras will add support for the RF24-105mm F2.8 L IS USM Z lens.

Last, but not least — nature, wildlife, and outdoor sports shooters will find the RF200-800mm F6.3-9 IS USM super telephoto zoom lens a great tool to take crystal-clear images of action at a distance. This lens is lightweight and easy to hold in your hand, allowing most users to carry it to help capture a range of subjects, whether it’s a still image of a landscape, or video of a moving target. Unique features of the RF200-800mm F6.3-9 IS USM lens also include:

  • Up to 800mm focal length.
  • Up to 5.5 stops image stabilization.
  • Compatible with optional Canon RF 1.4x and 2x tele extenders.
  • Weather-resistant design.
  • Rotating tripod mount.

Price & Availability

The new RF-S10-18mm F4.5-6.3 IS STM, the RF24-105mm F2.8 L IS USM Z, and the RF200-800mm F6.3-9 IS USM lenses are expected to be available in December for estimated retail prices of $329.99, $2,999.00, and $1,899.00, respectively2. The two versions of the Power Zoom Adapter for the RF24-105mm F2.8 L IS USM Z will be available Spring 2024 for an estimated retail price of $999.99, and $1,299.002 for the version with the 20-pin port.

Orders

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Order the Canon RF 200-800mm F6.3-9 IS USM Lens from B&H | Adorama | Canon USA | WEX | Camera Canada

Order the Canon PZ-E2 Power Zoom Adapter from B&H | Adorama

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Canon RF-S 10-18mm F4.5-6.3 IS STM Lens
Canon RF 24-105mm F2.8 L IS USM Z Lens
Canon RF 200-800mm F6.3-9 IS USM Lens

1 As an AF interchangeable lens for full-frame sensor mirrorless cameras that have already been released as of November 1, 2023. (Based on Canon’s internal survey).

2 Specifications, availability and prices are subject to change without notice. Actual prices are set by individual dealers and may vary.

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Post Date: 11/2/2023 12:00:00 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan
 Wednesday, November 1, 2023

Image quality test results, along with specs and measurements, are now available on the Tamron 17-50mm F/4 Di III VXD Lens page.

Note that at 24mm the review lens is slightly sharper on the left side than the right side, the side shown in the tool.

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Post Date: 11/1/2023 9:03:04 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan
 Tuesday, October 31, 2023

Is the Really Right Stuff MC-LS Universal L-Plate the last L-plate you will buy? Find out in the just-posted review.

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The new Really Right Stuff MC-LS Universal L-Plate is in stock at B&H.

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Post Date: 10/31/2023 12:06:45 PM ET   Posted By: Bryan

Sigma Corporation shared more information about the coming soon 70-200mm F2.8 DG DN OS Sports Lens.

Sigma 70-200mm F2.8 DG DN OS Sports Lens Specifications

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Post Date: 10/31/2023 1:00:00 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan
 Monday, October 30, 2023

Apple just announced next-gen MacBook Pros and iMacs with M3-Series Chips.

Learn more and preorder at B&H

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Post Date: 10/30/2023 11:07:11 PM ET   Posted By: Bryan

Image quality test results, along with specs and measurements, are now available on the Tamron 70-180mm F2.8 Di III VC VXD G2 Lens page.

You are going to like these results.

Compared to the G1 lens (visualize the slight camera resolution difference)

Compared to the Sony FE 70-200mm F2.8 GM OSS II Lens

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Post Date: 10/30/2023 10:52:21 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan
 Thursday, October 26, 2023

The Tamron 35-150mm f/2-2.8 Di III VXD and 28-200mm F2.8-5.6 Di III RXD Lenses for Sony E mount have firmware updates available via Tamron Lens Utility.

This firmware incorporates the following fixes and enhancements:

  1. Improved AF performance when shooting moving objects.
  2. Compatible with AF assist function during video recording

Get the Tamron 35-150mm f/2-2.8 Di III VXD Lens from B&H.

Buy the Tamron 28-200mm F2.8-5.6 Di III RXD Lens at B&H.

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Post Date: 10/26/2023 9:13:49 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan

Sigma has released a firmware update for the Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 DC DN Contemporary Lens.

This firmware update incorporates the following fixes and enhancements:

  1. Improved operational stability

Get the Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 DC DN Contemporary Lens from B&H.

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Post Date: 10/26/2023 9:02:12 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan
 Wednesday, October 25, 2023

Just posted:

Sony Alpha 7C R Review
Sony Alpha 7C II Review

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Post Date: 10/25/2023 8:30:00 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan

"Capture One Pro (16.3) is a feature release containing new features and functionality, UX and performance improvements, along with multiple bug fixes and additional camera & lens support."

New features and functionality

  • AI Masking
  • ReTether
  • Snap-to-eye in Focus Tool
  • Capture One Live: Share multiple collections (Sessions only)
  • Capture One Live: In-app comments
  • Publish to Glass (Mac)

User experience and performance improvements

  • Improved browse, zoom, and pan performance
  • Improved Previews
  • Smoother brushing (Mac)
  • More reset options (including Speed Edit)
  • New shortcuts
  • Duplicate Layer
  • Brush-erase toggle
  • Luma Range dialog behavior change (Windows)
  • Capture One Live: System notifications (Mac)
  • Feedback notifications
  • My Capture One panel

Get the full details of this update in the release notes.

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Post Date: 10/25/2023 9:06:34 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan
 Tuesday, October 24, 2023

Sony Alpha 7C R firmware update version 1.01 is available for download.

Firmware Version 1.01 incorporates the following fixes and enhancements:

  1. Fixes an issue where the High ISO NR feature can not be set
  2. Fixes an issue where some movie metadata (Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO, etc.) may not be recorded
  3. Improves the operational stability of the camera

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Post Date: 10/24/2023 9:15:36 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan

Sony Alpha 7C II firmware update version 1.01 is available for download.

Firmware Version 1.01 incorporates the following fixes and enhancements:

  1. Fixes an issue where some movie metadata (Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO, etc.) may not be recorded
  2. Improves the operational stability of the camera

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Post Date: 10/24/2023 9:14:42 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan
 Monday, October 23, 2023

Do you have go-to locations to use when you must bring home high-quality images?

Three new cameras (Sony Alpha 7C R, Alpha 7C II, and Alpha 6700), two new lenses (Sony FE 16-35mm F2.8 GM II Lens and Sigma 10-18mm F2.8 DC DN Contemporary Lens), and some new accessories needed a workout. When many good images are needed, that go-to location is called upon, and it the success rate at Ricketts Glen State Park in the fall is high.

The optimal (cloudy) weather forecast selected the day choice, and the above gear (plus some additional gear and food) went into a MindShift Gear BackLight 26L for a big day in the field.

I have many favorite photo locations in this park and often revisit them as it seems new angles that create different, often better, results can often be found. In this case, Triangle Falls was the revisited subject, and I wanted a slightly lower-angle image than the last one from here.

As I said when posting that image, sometimes the picture does not tell the full story. While this image appears to be a simple capture, you don't see that the rock I'm standing on is slippery and the RRS TVC-24L Mk2 Tripod is in the fast-flowing water. Learned was that the tripod flowing downstream during exposures creates interesting motion blurs.

Fast-flowing water meeting a stationary object causes splashing, and in addition to forcing recomposition, the fast-flowing water also splashed onto the camera and lens from the tripod legs positioned forward of the camera. The mentioned lower angle perspective positioned the lens close to the water, and the splashing water was hitting the circular polarizer filter (responsible for this image's deep saturated colors). Thus, wiping the filter with a microfiber cloth between every shot was part of the process, with hope that the next exposure would finish before the water drops reappeared or the tripod washed downstream again. The cameras' weather sealing was appreciated in this scenario.

Fortunately, patience and repetition prevailed, and there were sufficient good images to select from.

The a7C R and FE 16-35mm F2.8 GM II got the call for this image. This full-featured compact camera delivers incredibly detailed images, and this lens has the optical quality to support that extreme resolution. This combination is an outstanding choice for landscape and travel photography.

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Post Date: 10/23/2023 11:55:12 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan
 Thursday, October 19, 2023

Sony Alpha 7R V firmware update version 2.01 is available for download.

Firmware Version 2.01 incorporates the following fixes and enhancements:

  1. Fixes an issue where JPEG files could not be enlarged and played
  2. Fixes an issue where the power may not turn on or turn off even if the Power switch is used
  3. Fixes an issue where the Switch V/H AF Area feature may not work correctly
  4. Fixes a Creators' App issue where the Auto Time Correction and Auto Area Adjustment features may turn off
  5. Improves the operational stability of the camera

Get the Sony Alpha 7R V at B&H.

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Post Date: 10/19/2023 9:32:10 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan

Sony Alpha 6700 firmware update version 1.02 is available for download.

Firmware Version 1.02 incorporates the following fixes and enhancements:

  1. Fixes an issue where some movie metadata (Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO, etc.) may not be recorded
  2. Fixes an issue where JPEG files could not be enlarged and played
  3. Fixes an issue where the Switch V/H AF Area feature may not work correctly
  4. Fixes a Creators’ App issue where the Auto Time Correction and Auto Area Adjustment features may turn off
  5. Improves the operational stability of the camera

Get the Sony Alpha 6700 at B&H.

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Post Date: 10/19/2023 9:27:22 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan
 Wednesday, October 18, 2023

The Sony Alpha 7C R and Sony Alpha 7C II cameras are here, and it is time to set up these cameras for use. For setup purposes, these cameras are identical, and the steps taken to prepare out-of-the-box a7C R and 7C II cameras for use are as follows.

  1. Charge the battery
  2. Record the serial number, and add the camera to insurance policy
  3. Download and install Capture One (for Sony) or Sony Imaging Edge (unless your current favorite RAW image processing software supports this camera)
  4. Insert a memory card(s) (we'll format it later)
  5. Insert the charged battery, and power on the camera
  6. Set the time zone, date, time, and timeformat
  7. Select M mode, press "Menu", and configure the camera as follows:
  8. Shooting Menu 1 Image Quality: Image Quality Settings: File Format: RAW, RAW File Type: Lossless Compressed L (ultimate image quality with reduced file size)
  9. Shooting Menu 1 Image Quality: Long Exposure NR: Off (manually enable this option for very long exposures)
  10. Shooting Menu 1 High ISO NR: Low (most software overrides this setting)
  11. Shooting Menu 1 Image Quality: Lens Compensation: Shading, Chromatic Aberration, and Distortion Comp: All Off (software often overrides this setting, use the RAW processing software to enable any lens compensation with CA correction frequently selected)
  12. Shooting Menu 2 Media: Format (ensure there are no important files on the card(s) prior to formatting)
  13. Shooting Menu 3 File: Copyright Info: Write Copyright Info: On, Set Photographer: [your name], Set Copyright: [as desired], Write Serial Number: On (put your name and your business name on your images, also helpful if your camera gets lost) (note that you may find entering this information on the touchscreen a painful process)
  14. Shooting Menu 5 Drive Mode: Selftimer during Bracket: 2 Sec (avoid camera shake)
  15. Shooting Menu 5 Drive Mode: Bracket Settings: Bracket order: ->0>+ (eases image selection for HDR processing)
  16. Shooting Menu 6 Shutter/Silent: Release w/o Lens: Disable
  17. Shooting Menu 6 Shutter/Silent: Release w/o Card: Disable (why is this not the default?)
  18. Shooting Menu 9 Shooting Display: Grid Line Display: On (Rule of Thirds selected)
  19. Exposure/Color Menu 6 Color/Tone: D-Range Optimizer: Off
  20. Exposure/Color Menu 6 Color/Tone: Creative Look: NT (Neutral) Sharpness = 1 (this setting provides a lower contrast histogram. I usually process with a Standard or Natural creative style)
  21. Focus Menu 1 AF/MF: Focus Mode: Single-shot AF (this setting gets changed frequently)
  22. Focus Menu 1 AF/MF: Priority Set in AF-S: AF
  23. Focus Menu 1 AF/MF: Priority Set in AF-C: AF (I care more about properly focused images than maintaining a high frame rate)
  24. Focus Menu 2 Focus Area: Focus Area: Spot: S (this setting gets changed frequently)
  25. Focus Menu 2 Switch V/H AF Area: AF Point Only
  26. Focus Menu 5 Peaking Display: On (show focus indication when manually focusing)
  27. Playback Menu 4 Delete: "Delete" first (makes deleting images faster — the camera still provides a second change to cancel the delete request)
  28. Playback Menu 7 Playback Option: Display Rotation: Off (the reviewed image always fills LCD)
  29. Network Menu: 8 Network Menu: Airplane Mode: On
  30. Setup Menu: 4 Dial Customize: Custom Key/Dial Set.: Dial/Wheel: Front Dial: Av/Tv (Tv in M mode) (option #2) (I adjust the shutter speed more frequently and urgently than aperture and the front dial is easier to access quickly); Rear Dial: Av/Tv (Av in M mode)
  31. Setup Menu: 5 Touch Operations: Touch Panel/Pad: Both Valid
  32. Setup Menu: 5 Touch Operations: Touch Pad Settings: Touch Position Mode: Relative Position, Operation Area: Whole Screen
  33. Setup Menu: 10 Sound Option: Audio signal (Shooting): Off (how to turn off the AF beep sound)
  34. My Menu: Format, Shutter Type, Steady Shot, Recognition Target, Anti-flicker Set., Flash Comp., Focus Mode
  35. With a lens mounted and a subject in focus (or view the menu system), adjust the viewfinder diopter until the scene is sharp

I make additional menu and other setting changes based on current shooting scenarios, but this list covers my initial camera setup process.

To copy this configuration means you intend to shoot as I do, including in RAW-only format. While this setup works optimally for me, you should adjust the camera setup to your needs.

If you can't remember your menu setup parameters, keeping an up-to-date list such as this one is a great idea. Anytime the camera is set to the factory state, such as when serviced or when acquiring an additional camera, the list will ensure all settings are quickly re-established. Consider saving the camera settings to a card (Tools menu, tab 2, Reset/Save Settings) for an easy restore or replication. The setup file can be copied to a computer drive for long-term storage. Unfortunately, I couldn't load the a7C R settings on the a7C II.

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Post Date: 10/18/2023 11:00:44 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan
 Tuesday, October 17, 2023

Just posted: Sony E PZ 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS Lens Review.

This lens is tiny, ultra-light, and affordable (especially in used condition).

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Post Date: 10/17/2023 8:00:00 AM ET   Posted By: Bryan
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