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Old 04-29-2012, 09:57 PM   #16
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7D , 400 DO w/1.4 = 560 mm. Somethin like 200' down track, hand held. Got the 40D, got an XTi. If you get a 7D you will need nothing else for action photo's , period !





and for birding, same story. The 40D is used for scenics.


this one is on an overcast day
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Old 04-29-2012, 10:00 PM   #17
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For comparisons, click my Flicker link below. You can hit all the extif there.......

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Old 04-30-2012, 01:28 AM   #18
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Exactly what I have been doing- and I think my pics are soft as a result especially the first shot in a string compared to the next shots

Tim -thanks for the input. If it is working for you -then it must work. Must be me. Thanks Chuck - if it ain't working with auto focus start with half press shutter, must be me also
There is a custom function for that also, at least in the 7D and 5DmkIII. In AI Servo you can set it up so that the first shot in a sequence is given focus priority or not. With one setting, it tries as hard as it can to make sure the first shot in the sequence is in focus before the shutter fires. Set up the other way, it will fire the shutter no matter what, it might be in focus, it might be a blob, but that shutter will fire if you have it set up that way.
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