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Old Oct 12, 2010, 9:22 PM   #1
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Since there's been a little discussion regarding the use of an EC20 telecon with the 50-200mm lens I started to review some of my images with this combo. After getting frustrated trying to find them in a myriad of files, I decided to catalog them and put them on smugmug for easier future reference.

Here are a few taken with the E-30 equipped with the ED version of the 50-200mm lens+EC20

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Old Oct 12, 2010, 9:25 PM   #2
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All are winners zig! But you left out my favorite one, so I took the liberty of posting another of your shots.
As you know, I'm a fan of GBH shots.



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Thanks Steven.
I actually did try to add that very image. It was late and I was having trouble with it. In the end, I gave up and chose
a different image.


I hope to get a few more images of shorebirds, etc. when I get to Marco this coming March.

Hope the weather is just a tad warmer than last March.

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How would this lens combo fair on the E-620? Man, those are NICE!!
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It works well with the E620. I shot with that combination not too long after picking up my EC20 at an air show. A little heavy to be pointing up to the sky over a few hours....but it worked very well!
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Very happy to see these Zig

What aperture did you shoot these with?
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I hope to get a few more images of shorebirds, etc. when I get to Marco this coming March.

Hope the weather is just a tad warmer than last March.

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Me too, definitely don't want to have another winter as cold as this last one.

However, you should know that one night this week it got down to 49 degrees in my house, which is out in the countryside, well away from the city. Definitely below normal for this time of year. If we have another freezing winter down here in sunny Florida, I may have to consider moving back to Ft. Lauderdale!
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Very happy to see these Zig

What aperture did you shoot these with?
Hi Adam,

The aperture settings ranged from f7.1 to f13 with most being shot using a base ISO of 200. They were taken in the morning, for the most part, with the lighting pretty bright and a fair amount of glare. The focal length was set full out @ 400mm (800mm 35mm equiv.) All are slightly cropped. All were pp in ACR v6.2.

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Toi get detailed EXIF data for each, just click on the link to my smugmug site. You can get all the data you need. There.

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Thanks for the tip Zig, I'll check out your smugmug site for details
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