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atomicmak

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Little bit on soft side and cropped as well about 50%. Em1x with 300f/4 and 2x tc.
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Chickadee from yesterday morning

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Great Tit - Parus major

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Honestly, it helps but I notice better hit rate when I prioritize frame rate over IS. EVF high refresh rate helps me noticing focus confirmation (green dot) as well as where the focus box on the subject better as I track the subject. However, for a very fast moving subject such as falcon or swift, it becomes irrelevant for me.

With someone as skill as you, I am sure you will eventually find what works best for you. However, I don't think you can expect it to be as good as the like of Sony or Canon AF system as those are class leading IMHO.
I didn;t know about the refresh rate or frame rate impacts on BIF. Will try that out. Thank you!
 

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The Eagles Nest
Not the sharpest but I will take them .
Found this yesterday while hiking along the river bank . Along with 25 other photographers (LOL)

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The Eagles Nest
Not the sharpest but I will take them .
Found this yesterday while hiking along the river bank . Along with 25 other photographers (LOL)

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Very nice. This makes me want to hit the road to my usual 1.5hours drive wildlife refuge. There are 3 bald eagles couples resident and they would be doing the same as in this photo ;-).

I think I will wait another week for my back pain issue to full goes away. That two weeks of -10 to -25C caused me a lot of issue and I barely touched my gear until recently.
 

Fred S

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Very nice. This makes me want to hit the road to my usual 1.5hours drive wildlife refuge. There are 3 bald eagles couples resident and they would be doing the same as in this photo ;-).

I think I will wait another week for my back pain issue to full goes away. That two weeks of -10 to -25C caused me a lot of issue and I barely touched my gear until recently.

Thank you Narin
I know the feeling. It was also -10 to -30 C here for a few weeks . Getting old Sucks.
They were my firsts shots in over a month .
 

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Greater Spotted Eagle with a frog in the Claws. Frog was alive during the whole flight i could hear its deathly voice before the eagle perched on the nearby tree and the end of the life of a frog.
Shot with Em1X + 300f/4
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The spoonbills were at Clive this afternoon. Was starting to get a bit dull lightwise, as heavy purple cloud was looming, and we did get some rain, but not nearly enough.

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Back in my garden - I think I need to stop down the 75-300 a fair bit at the long end, noise be damned...
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Enjoying the setting sun.

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Tracked this little bird in the park today using some suggestions from @atomicmak. I am embarrassed to admit that this is the first time I am using shutter priority mode with auto ISO to get high shutter speeds for bird photography.
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Better at f/8, but ... need ... more ... light !!!
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Bellowing mourning dove and a robin.
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