Here are some sample shots https://www.flickr.com/photos/128861033@N06/ I was shooting in JPG only so just cropped the pictures. Some of these shots are below the standard I would normal post but I wanted you to get an idea of how the camera handles. You can check the EXIF data which is why I am posting to Flickr.
After seeing this thread this morning I saw the request for photos but none from yesterday were usable. I have a hide on the river Stour so I went down there despite rain being threatened. I have used the hide a few times hoping to get shots of otters (many people have told me that no otters live on the river), I have spotted them twice but never managed an acceptable shot. As I was setting up my 5Dmk3 I noticed movement in the reeds so grabbed my 7Dmk2 pointed it in the direction of the disturbance when suddenly an otter surfaced right at my feet. Using the Cannon 70-300mm L it was to close for me to focus. It disappeared so I ran down the river bank. Spotting the otter I held my finger down taking over 100 jpgs, that is when I realized I had not set RAW+JPG but just JPG, I quickly changed setting and am hopeful for the shots in RAW. Anyway thank you for demanding photos as I finally have proof otters live in Sudbury, Suffolk.
Thanks for the photos. How did the camera focus cope at tracking them as you followed them?
I may have to try heading up that way sometime to photograph some otters. Can't be any more of the wild goose chase that was deer watching at Hatfield forest last week, I saw nothing but squirrels all day.
Mine should arrive tomorrow.... and I probably will use it on a wild goose chase... there are about a thousand of them on the river at the end of the back yard....