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Distant Buzzard

Taken with E-M1 and 560mm from my bedroom window at around 100 metres, HDR1 enabled:



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Re: Distant Buzzard

"560mm" so is that the 400 f5.6L 1.4XTC, wide open the David, if so, a good result (in fact, its a good result anyway, whatever the lens )
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Re: Distant Buzzard

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"560mm" so is that the 400 f5.6L 1.4XTC, wide open the David, if so, a good result (in fact, its a good result anyway, whatever the lens )
Thanks Brian, yes that's right and it's a bit of challenge handheld. Focus peaking and IBIS to the rescue!

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Re: Distant Buzzard

You did well to get this so good.
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Re: Distant Buzzard

Nice shot David from so far away. You are certainly getting good results with that HDR1 setting.
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