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I, as a summicron-sl spoiled guy, have honestly nothing to complain about the 24-90 (beside its size 😉 ) and am looking forward to my holiday to get some usage for it. 

Here my typical model when I am bored, have no time but want to take a photo :D  - slight vignette has been added.

90mm f4

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Leica SL2s / Voigtlander 50mm APO Lanthar

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African Dusky Flycatcher  (Muscicapa adusta) Zuka Game Reserve SA.

SL2-S & Canon 400mm f4  USM ll & Canon 2x TC w/Sigma MC-21 adapter. (Please click on image for better res.)

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5 hours ago, michali said:

 

African Dusky Flycatcher  (Muscicapa adusta) Zuka Game Reserve SA.

SL2-S & Canon 400mm f4  USM ll & Canon 2x TC w/Sigma MC-21 adapter. (Please click on image for better res.)

Impressive sharpness & resolution! 

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2 hours ago, michali said:

Thanks Helge. The IQ from the Canon 400mm & SL2-S combination is astounding, even with the 2x TC as in the image above.

Best,

Mike

I think we had a conversation regarding SL2 vs SL2-S and the Canon 400mm f4 DO with 2x extender some time back. The 'conclusion' - or perhaps speculation - was that the SL2-S shows very small/essentially unnoticeable image degradation with the 2x extender, whereas some image degradation is seen on the higher resolution SL2 sensor. Both bodies/sensor are fine with the 1.4x extender. This is interesting, illustrating that a lower res sensor as in SL2-S has some merits compared to a higher res sensor. Another advantage is impoved low light capability. I haven't tested the SL2-S yet, but it's tempting... 

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3 hours ago, helged said:

I think we had a conversation regarding SL2 vs SL2-S and the Canon 400mm f4 DO with 2x extender some time back. The 'conclusion' - or perhaps speculation - was that the SL2-S shows very small/essentially unnoticeable image degradation with the 2x extender, whereas some image degradation is seen on the higher resolution SL2 sensor. Both bodies/sensor are fine with the 1.4x extender. This is interesting, illustrating that a lower res sensor as in SL2-S has some merits compared to a higher res sensor. Another advantage is impoved low light capability. I haven't tested the SL2-S yet, but it's tempting... 

I agree with this Helge. I hardly ever use the 2X extender with the SL2 but have found myself using it more & more on the SL2-S with good results. As you say there's no IQ issue with either camera & the 1.4X extender.  

I've mentioned elsewhere on this Forum, the main benefit that I find with the SL2 is the ability to crop, especially in instances when wild animals or birds are in inaccessible places & difficult to get close to, or I don't want to disturb them.

Re your comment about the SL2-S being tempting, it tempted me and I fell into the trap.....💸 

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Red-billed Oxpeckers (Buphagus erythrorhynchus) cleaning out ticks. Zuka Game Reserve, South Africa.

SL2-S & Canon 400mm DO USMll  & Canon 1.4x TC  (please click on the image for better res.)

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Scarlet-chested Sunbird (Chalcomitra senegalensis) Zuka Game Reserve, South Africa

SL2-S & Sigma 100-400mm L  @400mm  (please click on image for better res.)

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A 1920s roadhouse/speakeasy, which some distant cousins of mine ran as a ski lodge from the 1930s to the 1970s, is being reborn as a restaurant and craft distillery after collapsing completely in the hands of subsequent owners.  I wandered by today and was amazed:

 

It's a bit of a s long story, see https://flic.kr/s/aHsmWiza85  for some details.

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