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Old 8th August 2018
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Re: My first proper Pro-Capture play

Absolutely! But as Pro Capture has kindled my interest in BIF photography (which I never had before), this is why I mentioned the 'holy trinity' in relation to this innovative way of capturing action.


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Originally Posted by Growltiger View Post
The issues you describe are not really specific to the use of ProCapture. I have used it successfully with the 75-300, but I agree it needs good light. Using ProCap L one can retain C-AF focusing throughout.

Here are some examples with the 75-300, in every case set to its longest focal length, 300mm.

Gannet diving, about to hit the water:



Dragonfly in flight:




Dragonfly taking off:
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