one from the local wetlands nearby me...Its a wet Black Shouldered Kite
BTW....Im finding the 5DSR and 100-400Mk2 IS combo is an absolute powehouse when it gets a subject locked on at 400mm from a medium distance. To my eyes its almost approaching the sharpness of primes.
Other great advantage of the Mk2 IS is I can handhold sharp at 400mm on the 5DSR at mid range shutter speeds (1/250 th sec) whereas I couldnt on my older Mk1 IS. This was mainly due to the fact the 5DSR's vast number of "on target pixels" meant I had to use more than 2-3x focal length on older Mk1 to get rid of camera shake and sometimes I just didnt have the light to go up in SS Now Im getting a couple of extra stops its increased my keepers by heaps although this shot doesnt demonstrate this as it was shot at a faster speed.
forum: Canon EF and EF-S Lenses
Ok, there's no logic to it, but this looks sharper and more detailed than anything I am used to seeing in this thread. Is it possible that even after all the web resizing etc, the 5Dsr is offering such superior overall detail?