In my search for better/sharper/more detailed images of birds and wildlife I begin to realize the limitations of my lens. The 75/300 is just mediocre. I could get more out of it if I could shoot at say f/8 but so often the birds are in the shade and then the iso goes way up. Of course relatively high shutter speed is essential. IQ suffers of course. So while I wait for m4/3 to perhaps build a good prime 300mm and maybe a tele-extender the only thing I can come up with is the idea of getting more light on the subject. I will probably go with a legacy prime telephoto soon to hold me over but the ones I want are pretty steep. So I've always known about the Better Beamer by Visual Echoes but never used one. Doing a bit of googling I became informed that unless you are well versed in flash photography in general you won't get very far with this option. So I am hoping for the more knowledgable folks on the forum to help out those of us who might be interested in improving our wildlife photography using strobe flash. I would love to take a class in using flash in general but I live at the very ends of the earth and that is not feasible. :smile: Thanks in advance for any help and hopefully this may become an interesting thread ... at least for some.