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Thanks, Ken! The focus was set manually for the birds I caught with the remote shutter release. I adjusted the focus to a depth that was right in the middle of a feeding tube on the feeder, locked the focus and exposure, and just hoped the birds would hover within that extremely narrow focal plane. Some did but many more did not. My recycle bin tells me that 486 files didn't make the cut!

Дивовижні місця! L+F

Мої вітання Kenneth! Чудове місце! Чудова світлина! L+F З найкращими побажаннями з УКРАЇНИ, із Дніпропетровська, Станіслав.

Thanks a bunch, Vann, and *Dave - I've definitely had a bit of fun with this one. And I remember you telling me about that moth trap, Dave; it really sounded like a good idea!

Nice one here, Steve! Lots of neat lines to look at and nice and sharp.

That's excellent. Looks pretty darned good to me!

Thanks for the comment Kev. I'm particularly pleased with my Redstart pics. I was with a friend who shoots Canon full frame with all the pro glass , and he didn't get any useable shots :-)

You won't find many that I've shot at ISO 800

Here's one

It's the Tamron. No complaints about it. Obviously it's not in the same league as long primes but it performs ok for a fraction of the price of a prime. The D7100 is good too. Shooting distant birds , as I do mostly these days , I have to crop most of my shots. For that reason I like to keep my ISO as low as possible. At 400 they become too noisy to withstand cropping.



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