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Some test shots with my new......
Posted By: Heinrich Lohmann, 04-07-2017, 09:37 PM

.......300mm f:4 and 1.4 convertor

The first four are with 300mm alone, the rest are with the 1.4 attached. I think that I will be happy with the combo.

A little stretch


That feels sooo much better


Now for a little drink


and a portrait


The following are with the 1.4 convertor attached.








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well it sure didn't take you long to master that Heinrich, that combo does produce a very nice photo, sharp images and great colors. Looks like a winning combination to me. Is this on auto or manual when shooting?
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a winning combination, lens, converter & photographer. Some wonderful shots, cheers
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QuoteOriginally posted by Heinrich Lohmann Quote
.......300mm f:4 and 1.4 convertor
A lovely series Heinrich, very well taken.

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Very sharp and detailed which is a credit to both the lenses and the photographer.

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These are certainly a very good recommendation for the lens and converter but I tend to think that the operator's skill and experience has has more than a bit to do with it as well . Very nice set!
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Great series Heinrich!
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Wonderful photos, Heinrich. They've got that sharp, crisp "Lohmann Look" I've enjoyed so much over the years.

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Lovely photographs. Was the Robin the first Robin of the year ?
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All of the above.
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Well done Heinrich. I'm so glad you got the combo. I found mine to working flawlessly again. I think some of the problems I was having was caused by old batteries. The IQ on those with the TC attached are every bit as good as those with the 300 alone. Great series of images.
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Great work Heinrich!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Bob Harris Quote
well it sure didn't take you long to master that Heinrich, that combo does produce a very nice photo, sharp images and great colors. Looks like a winning combination to me. Is this on auto or manual when shooting?
Hi Bob and thank you. Ap. Priority, auto focus, handheld.

QuoteOriginally posted by Cee Cee Quote
a winning combination, lens, converter & photographer. Some wonderful shots, cheers
Thank you kindly dear sir.

QuoteOriginally posted by pjv Quote
A lovely series Heinrich, very well taken.
Thank you, it's appreciated.

QuoteOriginally posted by eaglem Quote
Very sharp and detailed which is a credit to both the vlenses and the photgrapher.
Hi EM and thank you kindly.

QuoteOriginally posted by ozwald Quote
These are certainly a very good recommendation for the lens and converter but I tend to think that the operator's skill and experience has has more than a bit to do with it as well . Very nice set!
Thank you, but you are too kind.

QuoteOriginally posted by Janse Quote
Great series Heinrich!
Thank you Janse

QuoteOriginally posted by Sailor Quote
Wonderful photos, Heinrich. They've got that sharp, crisp "Lohmann Look" I've enjoyed so much over the years.

Jer
Hi Jer and thank you kindly, it is appreciated.

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Lovely photographs. Was the Robin the first Robin of the year ?
Thank you, this year the first Robin was a flock of about a dozen and they have been hanging around ever since.

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All of the above.
Thank you kindly

QuoteOriginally posted by slowpez Quote
Well done Heinrich. I'm so glad you got the combo. I found mine to working flawlessly again. I think some of the problems I was having was caused by old batteries. The IQ on those with the TC attached are every bit as good as those with the 300 alone. Great series of images.
Hi Susan and thanks for the kind comment. I was a bit leery about the convertor but it did turn out way better than I had expected and the combo is a few pounds lighter than Bigma.

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Great work Heinrich!
Thank you Norbert.
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Nice "magazine style" shots, perfectly focused !
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Nice "magazine style" shots, perfectly focused !
Thank you kindly.
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