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    Long Shots

    105/280 @ 280, R9/DMR ISO 200, 1/125 handheld. I am really beginning to like this combo. The Leica blurb is right, this lens is as good as a prime. Very good balance on the DMR.








    1/125 handheld again:







    and 1/250 handheld


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    Pheasant

    105-280, @280, 1.4x converter

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    Re: Long Shots

    jaap
    those are great shots. i am stll learning

    here are a fdew from today 105 -280 around 5.6-8 also iso 200

    first at about 200 say

    my wife (Woody, 39 years today!) and latest granddaughter from across a "T" ball field
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    Re: Long Shots

    sorry didnt fix space and wb above.

    here's a shot from the "game"

    Who the #$%^%$# invented T-BALL! )
    this is at 280 end, 100% crop on second about 150'away
    105-280 with DMR of course
    Woody, lens sort of ok, I'll probably keep it
    Victor
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    Re: Long Shots

    Victor

    Glad you finally unpacked this lens from the box after several months. I think this lens is really special and it looks like you are going to make very good use of it.

    Be well and good focus
    Woody

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    Re: Long Shots

    well, I can say every bit as good as the primes, and quite versatile. The shots above were hand held. (its why I push for higher shutter speed! LOL)

    Victor

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    Re: Long Shots

    A bit different, but still the 105-280...

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    Geese, ascending

    105-280, 1.4x wide open

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    Re: Long Shots

    And another one..

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    Re: Long Shots

    Jaap, you are really putting that DMR and the 105-280 to good use!

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