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Old 10th February 2015
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Re: Wildlife Photography (and all its difficulties…)

Using the Ec20 you are effectively losing 2 stops on that 150mm, you may find that if you turn your exposure comp to -3 or -7 will regain that two stops, but your images will consequently be slightly under exposed. I use these on my E3 and get great detail.
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