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Breia posing for the XF100-400mm

Discussion in 'Portraits, People, & Pets' started by macvisual, Mar 14, 2017.

  1. macvisual

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    OK, first time using the newly arrived XF100-400mm lens this afternoon, sorry, but my trusty four legged model loves posing it seems. The bokeh is the business.


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    XT1 - XF100-400 - iso 200 - @ f/5.6 - 400mm end - 1/45sec
     
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    Great photo. Lovely looking dog. Border Collie?
     
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    Lovely capture of a very alert looking dog! Great lens as well;)
     
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    Fujiphotog Amateur photographer.

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    Amazing shutter speed for such a long lens. Great IS.
     
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    Wow great shot, great IS, how much is this lens ?
     
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    Great perspective compression.
    As always the dog is the star! :)
    Super shot.
     
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    For 400mm at 1/45th this is amazing.
     
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    As always I love your dog and photos of her. It looks like you may have be on your stomach for that shot or were you using the LCD?
     
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    oh wow. Sensational work
     
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    Yes, a border collie, she is 11yrs old and still very active.

    I bought this XF100-400mm second hand at £1100 (UK) in minty/boxed/as new condition.

    The collie dog was elevated sitting on a grass bank and I was standing normally to shoot this, no crouching or lying down required, so we were at the same height etc.

    Thanks for all replies, appreciated.

    Peter
    Central Scotland
     
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    Looks like you save £400 then

    I think I would go for the 50-140 first as it's F/2.8 ... I can't imagine a widest of F/4.5
    Stunning results though
     

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