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Short and long(*)


(*) I didn't catch what that pancake lens was, but the long lens is Canon 600/4 (possibly already with 2× teleconverter)
 



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Yes, that looks like an extender, but I think it is the 1.4x.
The pancake is either the EF-S 24/2.8 or the EF 40/2.8. Looking at the camera it seems a full-frame (maybe even an 1Dx) my guess would be the 40/2.8.
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Originally posted by addy landzaat addy landzaat wrote:

Yes, that looks like an extender, but I think it is the 1.4x.
Could be, although at least later on the day, a 2× extender was definately used.
Originally posted by addy landzaat addy landzaat wrote:

The pancake is either the EF-S 24/2.8 or the EF 40/2.8. Looking at the camera it seems a full-frame (maybe even an 1Dx) my guess would be the 40/2.8.
It was 1D X Mk II, so I guess it might been indeed EF 40/2.8 (that was my prime suspect too already when I first saw it). That short lens sure looked quite funny on such large camera body, especially as the other lens was that big supertele...
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Lovely!
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I think everyone uses app.photoephemeris.com now - this morning there were a couple dozen people getting the shot of the full moon behind the Statue of Liberty.
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Light glorifies everything. The object is nothing, light is everything

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[IMG]DSC02660 -1 by Lee Abernethy, on Flickr[/IMG]
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a6500 & 18-105/4
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Orange Dutchman?
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