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Old Oct 12, 2007, 8:51 AM   #1
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Took all of these today in late afternoon light, all handheldwith exception of the raven/crow









wildflowers on barbed wire fence



wild wheat





Taken from my back veranda . This is an uncropped image where I tested the EF 400 5.6 with the 1X4 TC with a monopod in the morning light




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Old Oct 13, 2007, 5:30 AM   #2
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nice shots julie. what's your opinion of using the 1.4x tc with the 400mm f5.6. do you manually focus or do you do the taped pins method?

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nice shots julie. what's your opinion of using the 1.4x tc with the 400mm f5.6. do you manually focus or do you do the taped pins method?

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I have not tried the pins taped method. that photo of the crow is the first time Ive used the TC with this lens. Not all that keen on it with the TC. 400 is enough for most stuffI photograph although I can see the benefit of the TC in say surfing shots on a bright sunny day. I also believe the bokah changes when the TC is attached, not as nice
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