Here's a White-faced-Heron (Egretta novaehollandiae) hunting for snake meat in the Cumberland River Bank, Victoria, Australia.
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Ha ha ha ... Good oneCanon's problem is they don't make products specifically to suit ME.You are correct, but I am for the most part happy with my Canon gear.
Thanks for the kind words Krob ... that was made with Sony a7+28-70 @70mmSun Parakeet or Sun Conure (Aratinga solstitialis)Wow, that's sharp Reinz! Nice one!!
Thanks Krob ... I've just been reminded by my son, that we almost ran over that Koala with our car, but stopped just 2 feet short of him ... he looked shaken and nervous, so we pulled over and waited till the Koala climbed up a nearby tree and took the opportunity to photograph him/her ... on our way back from the Great Ocean Road we saw several dead Wallabies, Koalas & fox on the roads ... sad really.On our way to Cape Otway (Victoria, Australia) on a wet and cold morning I found this drenched Koala trying to take shelter.Excellent!
Thanks ClickSun Parakeet or Sun Conure (Aratinga solstitialis)
Very nice shot. Beautiful colored bird. Well done.
Very nice shots Rienzphotoz. Charming Koala and great looking fish!Thanks for the kind words.
And of course, my newly fav Mr. surapon "ha-ha-ha"+1
I shoot with a 1Ds MkIII and basically love it but, it has horrible ISO performance and relatively low MP count as compared to Sony's chip in their, and Nikon's, cameras. I continue to read that Canon has a comparable chip in testing as well as a crop chip, also in testing, that supposedly surpasses anything out there.You ask "What is the problem with Canon" ... and the answer is they don't like you, so get over it, or buy a Nikon/Sony that you feel will meet your needs.
So, I ask you...what is the delay???