Black-browed albatross

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matsljungberg on January 31, 2010

Black-browed albatross from below, passing our ship. You can stand for hours just watching them.

LichtenHansen on February 1, 2010

You sure know how to handle your 7D. Great camera BTW.

matsljungberg on February 2, 2010

Thank you. Yes it is a good camera, easy to handle, but I am not sure I yet can see the difference from the 30D, which unfortunately has got a lot of moist in it, so I sometimes have some problems with it. That's partly why I needed a "backup". The 7D was new when I left for NZ, and now I have started to look at the results. It was nice to be able to use the movie feature, e.g. when being with penguins. Greetings, Mats.

| Timber Wolf | on February 4, 2010

I see you have a Canon EOS 7D. I'd very much like to have those one day. You really know how to capture the birds, Like LichtenHansen said, you sure do know how to handle your 7D

matsljungberg on February 5, 2010

Hello and thanks again. I think I have the same results also with my 30D (still a very good camera, which I have used in Antarctica and Greenland, with very good and similar results), so do not think that a 7D is needed. Greetings, Mats.

cindy555 on May 30, 2010

WOW Very beautiful shot how lucky to see this magnificent bird..Marion YS

matsljungberg on May 30, 2010

Thank you Marion for your nice comments and star. The albatrosses are very beautiful to look at, and you can spend hours watching them passing by. Greetings from Sweden, Mats.

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on January 31, 2010
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    by matsljungberg
    • Camera: Canon EOS 7D
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/1250)
    • Focal Length: 110.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO320
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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