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Discussion in 'Nature' started by NickTh.gr, Mar 23, 2013.
Albatros with E-PM1...
Very nice. Quite a magnificent creature.
Too bad "you can't shoot wildlife with m43s!"
First thing I thought of is the Grumman SA-16 Albatross. But then I am old and have a high drift rate.
Royal Canadian Air Force, Aircraft, Historical Aircraft, Grumman SA-16 Albatross
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?
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.