#19, because it looks most like the way remember the color in real life. Nice pic.
I have a new Dell, bought in January. All was working well until it's first auto update. The update disabled the WiFi so it would no longer connect, claimed password was incorrect. I had to do a restore which took 23 hours!! Called dell and got India; they said that was normal for a restore. Same thing happened again, and this time it took around 30 hours to complete the restore. I searched the net and found out how to disallow auto updates without permission, and now no longer allow any updates at all. And that is how I will leave it, 'cause I don't really worry about potential virus's and such, I only travel where it is safe.
Outstanding photos, Paul, thanks for the commentary as well. John
Looks to me like it is back focusing. Look at your camera AF micro focus menu and see how to move the focus plane forward. This is explained on-screen in your camera, if micro focus is available; not all cameras have this function.
I so love that country, and you represent it so very well. John
Unique presentation, I like it!
Hi fellow vets. This morning we awoke to fog, allowing me to view again what I saw as I exited my church after yesterday morning's services [of course no camera]. This is a memorial to those of us who saw military service during the Viet Nam Era, and all other vets as well. Photos taken with Olympus EM1-2 and EM5-2 with minimal PP. I did not realize how tough it is to achieve passable JPEG pics in such a difficult conditions. But I think the fog helps to convey my message. It's just too bad that I did not have this same opportunity prior to National Viet Nam Veterans Day on March 29, for posting then. Memorial is in Chisholm, MN.
Great shots Katy; takes me back to when we lived in rural Montana and their nesting in the fields across the road. They would perch on the fence posts and sing their hearts out.
Love this bomber. I used to live in Billings, MT in the 1970's where about a half dozen of these planes (privately owned) were stationed for use as water bombers in wildfire suppression. It was a real treat to see them fly out on early morning missions toward the mountains where the fires were burning. I think one is still on display there, but the rest were sold off to collectors in flying condition. John
The teleconverter could interest me. Model 140 CA, right? Is this the discontinued one?
Let me check my Tamron lens specs today and I will get back to you.
Yes, this is the discontinued model, I used it on my Canon 70-200L f4, IS, it is still widely available, new, from Amazon and other sources. It appeared as sharp as the Canon 1.4 TC, but will not work with the 100-400 MK 2. It works very well and in fact works with some lenses that the Canon brand TC won't. See this link from B&H for some of the details https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/185148-REG/Tamron_AF14PC700_1_4x_SP_Pro_Teleconverter.html
Canon L glass for sale, lower 48 states only.
I am continuing to close out my Canon gear, as I move to m4/3 gear, so I am offering the following items for sale. This gear is all lightly used, and is offered for less than most similar in used condition. I do not have PayPal, but will ship the day your M.O. arrives. I have sold several items on UHH in the past with M.O., with no problems or negative issues.
Canon 100-400L f4.5-5.6 MK 2 IS USM; comes complete with original factory tripod foot, hood, both caps and case, box, all in excellent condition. I will accept US Postal Money Order in the amount of $1525.00, includes shipping.
Canon 24-105L f4 IS USM (original 24-105) comes complete with original factory hood and both caps, case, box, Hoya clear filter, all in excellent condition. I will accept US Postal Money Order in the amount of $475.00, includes shipping. This makes a great pair with above lens.
Tamron SP AF Tele-converter 140-CA 1.4X for Canon mount, excellent and includes both caps. Sell for $95 by US postal M.O. includes shipping. This unit will not work with the above
lenses, but will with some other Canon lenses. I do not have a list of compatible lenses; please check the Tamron listing at B&H.
Thanks for looking, hope we can do business together. John
Lovely shot--I miss not living in Montana, probably the greatest state in the union for beautiful scenery. John
I am impressed with the IQ you are getting with the R and attached RF lens. Also looks like 8844 needs a bit of body work behind the cab--a minor collision perhaps? John
nikonshooter...I don't do astro, but surely appreciate the efforts of those few who do, and do it so well. John