Zoo Pics 4

Cog

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Dec 6, 2013
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Wow! Amazing set of images. I loved all. #1 is too cute.
Thank you, karishmab. Lisbon zoo is very photographer friendly. There are many locations where you can take pictures as if the animals are not in cages or enclosures.
 
Rufous hummingbird, inside the hummingbird aviary at Arizona Sonora Desert Museum. Since this is a gearhead site, here are the specs...

Canon 5D4 with 70-200 f2.8L IS iii and 1.4x iii extender. RAW file processed in PS Elements 12 and cropped approximately 100%.
1/3200 second at f/5, iso 5000, Aperture Value mode with minus 1/3 exposure compensation.

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SteveC

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I guess I'll necro this one.

San Diego Zoo, snow leopard (with another leopard in the background). M6 mk II with a 100-400 II L, max zoom (showing more would make the intervening fence visible as strips of blur). Reduced to 20 percent.

(Edit: Surprise! According to EXIF it's 227 mm, f/5.0, ISO 1600. I'm really surprised it wasn't all the way out to 400mm.)

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Aussie shooter

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The common Marmoset found in NE Brazil is the second smallest primate in the world. This one seems a little stroppy but it was only because his mate push him off the camera and stopped him looking at his own reflection in the front lens element. It was pointed out to me that it was quite reminiscent of the Basement jack ''Where's your head at' video.
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StoicalEtcher

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The common Marmoset found in NE Brazil is the second smallest primate in the world. This one seems a little stroppy but it was only because his mate push him off the camera and stopped him lookin g at hishero Nick own reflection in the front lens element. It was pointed out to me that it was quite reminiscent of the Basement jack ''Where's your head at' video.View attachment 189286
Seems to me to have a look in his eye that suggests you shouldn't let him come in contact with water, or feed him after midnight.... :D