Truland Photography

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

This Morning on Peebles Island

Another nice weather morning found me on Peebles Island with the 7D Mark II and EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS II USM lens. Rather than stand around at the eagle nest, I decided to walk around the island and shoot bracketed sequences for HDR processing, something I hadn't done with the crop sensor 7D Mark II.

While the 7DII is certainly capable of making some nice scenics, I guess the question is why would you? If it's your only body or if it's the only body you have with you are two such reasons.

One up side is hand held bracketing at the 10 frames per second continuous shooting speed. One down side is that, with the crop factor, lenses have a longer effective focal length than with a full frame body. This is good for wildlife, not so good for scenics.

70mm (112mm eq.)

70mm (112mm eq.)

70mm (112mm eq.)

262mm (419mm eq.)

70mm (112mm eq.)

106mm (170mm eq.)

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