- Nov 2, 2013
- Western North Carolina
Yeah I basically use this mode any time I go birding. I upgraded from the EM5ii to the EM1ii specifically for better tracking/af. When birding I have center weighted C-AF+Track on a custom mode and S-AF+ manual on a different custom so I can quickly switch for birds that land. I don't know what you're referring to about AF sensitivity so I assume it's just the standard setting.Wow! I don't have this lens, but that's probably the best I've seen the C-AF + Tracking work. Do you use this mode for birds often? Also out of curiosity what AF sensitivity are you using?
Ah, totally forgot... The bats don't actually explode because of hitting the blades, no no no... I think it was something with the frequencies and soundwaves that cause the explosion. Obviously.Wait, but did they remember to thaw the bird before throwing it at the turbine?
Nice. If the weather allows, you might want to think about putting the camera outside and using a remote shutter release while watching from inside.We bought a bird feeding station the other weekend. Very great for convenient birding from living room
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201205 - Birding from living room by Daniel Cederberg, on Flickr
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201205 - Blåmes by Daniel Cederberg, on Flickr
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201205 - Nötväcka by Daniel Cederberg, on Flickr
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201205 - Talgoxe by Daniel Cederberg, on Flickr
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201205 - Koltrast by Daniel Cederberg, on Flickr
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Wonder if that caused some of my issues with the 100-400. In the end I did send it back, it's just too big for me.According to Olympus you set the camera to lens priority off but switch it on, on the lens, then it will use it in semi sync with the body.
I do this and works great.