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Toddster

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A nice walk in a wildlife park; made for a very pleasant day.
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Darmok N Jalad

Temba, his aperture wide
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The juncos return....
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...and the robins haven't left yet!
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D7k1

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Not a great Eagle shot, however this is about 1/5 of the full frame and at 20 FPs I got just two frames before bushes obscured the Eagle. The G9 and the Pl100- 400 are amazing, over 200' away..Electronic Shutter (shooting still birds at the time:))

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relic

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Great picture!
I think maybe a 1:1 crop would work better, the bottom part don't contribute to the picture.
Maybe, maybe not, Bo.

I rather like the proportions and composition as posted.
Many thanks, Bo and John. Actually at first I tried a square crop for the reasons Bo mentioned, but I usually don't like square plots unless I am driven to them, so I tired this "portrait" format and I found it looked better to me, But, of course, it is a matter of personal taste.
 
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D7k1

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So I forgot to check my battery after 3 hours of birding and when I got home I was reviewing the images on the card in camera, and suddenly the camera went blank. I thought I copied all the images on the card to the computer, but I only got a few jpegs which were shot during videoing. The day was not wasted because all of the video made it. Anyone else have this happen when a battery dies (it happend as it was trying to load the image to view) where you lost Raws/Jpeg's, battery was totally out of power? Took some shots afterwards and the camera works properly.

Here is a 1/5th crop of the PNG frame from the 6K video:
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Another 1/5th crop from a video:
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