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Low light Tit

The feeder under the tree canopy is just the right distance away for no crop shots with the 500mm Bigma - the only snag is it almost totally dark....lol
Managed 2 out of about 6 as he insisted on flitting about.
Very low speed shots...F 6.3, 1/40, iso 200 @ 500m with -0.7 ex comp.
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Re: Low light Tit

Keith, great shots ! are you using a tripod ?
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Re: Low light Tit

Thanks Chevvy...yes these were during one of my "waiting" sessions for the Kingfisher where I put a few nuts in this old feeder over the stream...just to see if anything turns up.I tried to get him on the branch but they were blurred.
It's the 190 I got off here.A lot more sturdy than the 9.97 one I had from Tesco....lol.
I have the I.S. on to allow for my handling and shutter operation.

I know I am limiting my chances at this site as it's so dark but the hides at the reserves are so zzzzzing and you just end up with the same as everyone else.

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