I always leave IS on with the 300 f/4, it just makes aiming and focusing so much easier. I also always use electronic shutter (the heart shaped one), I have never seen an issue using it, even with BIF.
I will give it a try. I hate the way it works though. To use the in camera Focus Limiter, the lens has to be set to the middle focus setting, 1.4 m to ∞. It's just one more thing to tweak when I am in a hurry and trying to not miss the opportunity.
I have had my 300 f/4.0 since it was first released. It is probably my 2nd most used lens (usually with the MC-14). I have struggled with it since day 1. Originally I was using it on EM-10’s, but I got the EM-1 Mk II when it came out. Big improvements with the later (as I expected), but still...
Voting is now over and I'm done ciphering. Thanks to the 7 other people that participated, I know it was probably a hectic month for many people.
So the winner is @LilSebastian with 18 points +1 for mu/43 camera.
Coming in 2nd and 3rd are @DefectiveMonk and @gnarlydog australia with both...
A Ferruginous Hawk whose nest I monitor.
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A focus stacked photo of a crab spider. One of the few spiders that I saw this year.
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One of my favorite ever pets. She is over 11 now, so her days are becoming even more...
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