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Canon RF 50mm f/1.2L USM Aperture Series: Beaver-Knawed Aspen Spotlighted for Destruction

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This series looks at the performance of the Canon RF 50mm f/1.2L USM for in terms of visual impact, which is outstanding, in an unprecedented way for f/1.2.

Canon RF 50mm f/1.2L USM Aperture Series: Beaver-Knawed Aspen Spotlighted for Destruction

Includes images up to full camera resolution from f/1.2 through f/5.6.

I am astounded at how good the Canon RF 50mm 1.2L IS USM is, and pissed off at the initial mediocre lenses that Nikon has delivered with the Nikon Z7—Canon has done its homework and delivered on the the promise of mirrorless while Nikon has aimed for consumer schlock. I want this performance on the 45-megapixel Nikon Z7.

A new resident beaver has a hunger for these two aspen, the oldest and largest I am aware of on this road up Lundy Canyon. To a beaver, a tree is just... food. I like the beaver damming this meadow but I wish it would leave these two alone. It’s too late anyhow—they will die or topple even if the beaver gives up. A previous beaver did only partial damage; this one has come to finish the job.

Survivor Aspen
f1.2 @ 5.0 sec, ISO 100; 2018-10-31 18:31:53
[location “Lundy Canyon”, altitude 8100 ft / 2469 m, 48°F / 8°C, "ancient aspen, scheduled for destruction by hungry beaver"]
Canon EOS R + Canon RF 50mm f/1.2L USM

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