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    Sharing one taken the other weekend with the EM-5, yet another windy and cold day.

    The picture is taken handheld from the car with the Skywatcher 600mm + EC14.

    ISO1600 allowed me to shoot at 1/400s, about the longest time I would use for this focal length in windy conditions. This is the best frame out of the series.

    Thanks for looking
    Tord



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    Thats a lovely shot, great detail. There is a pair local in Suffolk, but not managed to get anywhere near yet.
    The picture tells the story, great when you have a bad memory.DW.

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      That is lovely Tord. You get some great results from the scope with the EM-5. My digiscoping results were not too impressive.

      Apparently there have been quite a few Red Kites drifting over us on the east coast as they migrate in recent days but I haven't managed to connect with one yet.

      Ron

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      • #4
        I am not afraid of Tits

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          Superb capture Tord.
          We're lucky that we have many Red Kites in our area mind you it's pretty rare to see them perched such as this one.
          Regards Huw


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            Hi,
            We have numerous Red Kites, the major concentration is ~50 km from my place. I relatively often seen them perched but a prerequisite is a suitable habitat: hilly countryside with patches of wood with full-grown trees, oak and beech seem to be preferred. You find them on branches providing a clear view of the open ground. I guess it takes a trained eye to spot them.

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