Albatros.

Discussion in 'Nature' started by NickTh.gr, Mar 23, 2013.

  1. NickTh.gr

    NickTh.gr Mu-43 Regular

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    Feb 5, 2013
    Greece
    Albatros with E-PM1...

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  2. CRGLS

    CRGLS New to Mu-43

    3
    Mar 12, 2013
    Very nice. Quite a magnificent creature.
     
  3. elavon

    elavon Mu-43 All-Pro

    Sep 1, 2012
    Tel Aviv Israel
    Ehud
    Great set
     
  4. peterpix

    peterpix Mu-43 Veteran

    234
    Feb 8, 2010
    So. Maine
    Peter Randal
    Too bad "you can't shoot wildlife with m43s!"
     
  5. Rockinggoose

    Rockinggoose Mu-43 Regular

    Nice detailed in-flight shots. Not an albatross but a Gull, not totally sure of the species as it is a juvenile and it depends where and when the photos were taken. The best guess is a 1st Winter Pallas's Gull because of the grey mantle and scapulars but that is usually only found Dead Sea/Black Sea area and South East Mediterranean/Red Sea. Would this be possible?

    David
     
  6. Rockinggoose

    Rockinggoose Mu-43 Regular

    Who told you that? While it is well known that CDAF is not as good as PDAF for fast moving objects, compared with most birds a large Gull like this is relatively slow moving. M4/3rds is excellent for shooting a lot of wildlife including insects, mammals, perched birds, cetaceans and flora.

    David
     
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