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I went to this public lake park last Friday looking for osprey, but found this guy going after its breakfast :). I spotted an osprey later on but it was a bit far away and it didn't stick around for me to make any attempts. I will head back this Friday as my local friends told me there are now 3 of them fishing every morning.

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I went to this lake public park last Friday looking for osprey, but found this guy going after its breakfast :). I spotted an osprey later on but it was a bit far away and didn't stick around.

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Super clarity shots wonder to know if you used IS enabled om these or not plus if the shots r burst or single af
 

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Super clarity shots wonder to know if you used IS enabled om these or not plus if the shots r burst or single af
Well, it has more to do with the distance I was to the bird regarding IQ/sharpness. I saw it moved downward the tree so I got close and waited in front of the tree. Luckily it popped its head out close to my eyes level. I was about 5 yards at the most away from it. I tried this a few times that afternoon and the second time, it worked.

That out of the way, here are answers to your question.
1. I used IS enabled but prioritize FPS over it.
2. I used L-burst but took about 5 frames and all are in focus. However, one of them is soft.
3. I used S-AF in this instance because I knew the bird was going to stop and posted like that. And I fired away when it did.

Hope I answered all the questions but be more than happy to provide more information.
 

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These Bluebirds are quite numerous in the yards across the street from my house. However I have never seen one on my side of the street! Maybe they don't get along very well with the Cardinals that visit my feeders.
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These Bluebirds are quite numerous in the yards across the street from my house. However I have never seen one on my side of the street! Maybe they don't get along very well with the Cardinals that visit my feeders.
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Well, this bird is a bit rare here where I live. It is very skittish and I hardly run into one or get close. However, last week, it was rare occasion that one popped up close enough to me. I will post those shots soon. Thanks for sharing.
 

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I went to this public lake park last Friday looking for osprey, but found this guy going after its breakfast :). I spotted an osprey later on but it was a bit far away and it didn't stick around for me to make any attempts. I will head back this Friday as my local friends told me there are now 3 of them fishing every morning.

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Looks like a Rainbow Trout. That's a $35.00 plus meal all day long at most seafood restaurants around here. Did you happen to see what he ordered for dessert?
 

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Well, it has more to do with the distance I was to the bird regarding IQ/sharpness. I saw it moved downward the tree so I got close and waited in front of the tree. Luckily it popped its head out close to my eyes level. I was about 5 yards at the most away from it. I tried this a few times that afternoon and the second time, it worked.

That out of the way, here are answers to your question.
1. I used IS enabled but prioritize FPS over it.
2. I used L-burst but took about 5 frames and all are in focus. However, one of them is soft.
3. I used S-AF in this instance because I knew the bird was going to stop and posted like that. And I fired away when it did.

Hope I answered all the questions but be more than happy to provide more information.
Thanks to I thought the same thing for the settings and thought this would have been pretty close to the sensor to achieve max hairy details.
 
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Bushtit and Nest, and a Yellow Rump
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The Target Lock on. Post sunset 4k iso.
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