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11-07-2012, 07:16 PM   #16
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hi jonk..fantastic shot there... we have alot of buzzards here which I am trying to get some good shots of..

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I was thinking more of this kind of bird shot. A very high risk of moire I would think.

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@jonk - great shots.
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K-5 IIs w/ Sigma 500mm

Here's a cropped shot of some static birds with the IIs.

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Original uncropped shot IIs / 500mm

Here's the non-cropped shot IIs/500mm
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Another IIs / 500mm

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Last one IIs/500mm

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I would think there is a real risk of interference with feathers. Here is a k5 shot to illustrate, note this lost a lot of detail in upload



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hard to see on this shot/resolution--but is their moire from the K5? also it seems on the duck pics there could be a problem if they filled the frame more?

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I would think there is a real risk of interference with feathers. Here is a k5 shot to illustrate, note this lost a lot of detail in upload
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QuoteOriginally posted by Shanti Quote
hard to see on this shot/resolution--but is their moire from the K5? also it seems on the duck pics there could be a problem if they filled the frame more?
i have the sparrow printed on 81/2 x 11 in full resolution and the difference between print and posted image is amazing. the posted image I think is badly degraded by the uploading filter and compression.

it is really a shame

I will try to post a tight crop at 100% resolution for you to see, and note that the original here was JPEG to start

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here is a crop in the middle of the body for the sparrow
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