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Dec 03, 2018 11:01 |  #20746

sirquack wrote in post #18763128 (external link)
Yep, this is definitely a sports camera. Paired with my 70-200 II it works wonders inside dimly lit gyms.

A choke hold? And the ref is just standing there?

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Dec 03, 2018 22:26 |  #20747

Probably not everyone's taste, I was trying to get the look of a painting.

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Dec 04, 2018 11:37 |  #20748

aladyforty wrote in post #18763909 (external link)
Probably not everyone's taste, I was trying to get the look of a painting.

7DII with Tamron 150-600


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Well you succeeded, really nice effect Julie.


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Dec 06, 2018 06:01 |  #20749

Cedar Waxwing foraging on very late fall fruit. 100-400 Mk2 with extender.


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Dec 06, 2018 17:03 |  #20751

russbecker wrote in post #18765345 (external link)
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Very nice shot.


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Dec 08, 2018 08:29 |  #20752

Seems to work very well with low light. Hand-held, before dawn.


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Dec 09, 2018 10:34 |  #20754

A Loblolly Pine Sapling and a Tufted Titmouse


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Dec 09, 2018 12:46 |  #20755

Tiger Cubs

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Dec 09, 2018 17:45 as a reply to  @ Lester Wareham's post |  #20756

Lester...had no ideal you lived in such a wild area !


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Dec 10, 2018 00:10 |  #20757

keeperseeker wrote in post #18767655 (external link)
Lester...had no ideal you lived in such a wild area !

You ain’t seen nothing, that’s only Lester’s back garden :-)
There’s a whole Jurassic Park outside his gate.


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Dec 10, 2018 00:40 |  #20758

David_MC wrote in post #18767390 (external link)
A Loblolly Pine Sapling and a Tufted Titmouse

I like the Tufted Titmouse - on my initial read I thought it said Stuffed Titmouse.
By the way, What do you stuff dead parrots with?

Polyfilla:-P:-P


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Dec 10, 2018 02:55 |  #20759

There are really nice results from this camera with Canon 100-400II and Tamron 150-600, not sure which one to get then for wildlife and birding.


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Dec 10, 2018 03:14 |  #20760

Tareq wrote in post #18767857 (external link)
There are really nice results from this camera with Canon 100-400II and Tamron 150-600, not sure which one to get then for wildlife and birding.

I have the Canon 100-400 II and rate it as my favorite all time lens. I mostly use it on my 7DII, and with the crop factor, I'm getting a magnification equivalency of a 640 mm lens. For my BIF shooting that works out really well. If I were shooting mostly static bird shots, or my full frame 5D IV a lot more often, I'd most likely prefer the Tamron 150-600 lens. If I end up purchasing another birding lens, it will most likely be the Tamron 150-600.


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