Some nice shots, keep them coming as you say a bit of promotion is good. Thats what the forum is for, posting real world pictures^ Responded to you via pm just in case store name drops aren't allowed.
Let me know if I'm spamming too many pics. I figure since there's still a small(ish) number of people with the lens I may as well promote what I can.
These are crops for composition.
Cheers! IS is pretty good. I'm not as strong/stable as I used to be since Covid started but with controlled breathing I can get most things to hold well. 400mm and 14x evf zoom is a bit tough to hit the bird's eye and not just behind the head, but again that should come with practice. Took a few sunrise bird pics before work today at 385mm, f/6.3, 1/250, ISO3200 and on the EM1ii screen they still look pretty useable in terms of sharpness. I probably wouldn't bc noise but it shows that the dual IS is pretty good even at that focal length/sspeed.How are you finding the stabilization for framing up? Does it hold the image steady for you?
Yep! EM1ii C-AF+T on slightly slower than full 10 fps. For a brief moment in the field I switched to video but decided I'd never get anything stable or usable. The second picture I posted is an individual frame from the time lapse.I assume the time lapse is just a series using C-AF? Well done!
It did about twenty minutes of pretty spectacular aerobatics. It was barely ever level. It was a shame that it never came closer than about half a mile away, it was a horrible cloudy sky as you can see.Was the plane flying straight up or straight horizontal?
I super duper can't wait for San Francisco Fleet Week.