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Final picture of 2020. Bald eagle in flight (R5 + RF 100-500mm)
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Have been testing and practicing with the AF on the R6. It really is amazing in comparison to my old 7d2(although not a magic bullet by any means).These shots are not 100% perfect but the reality is I saw the bird at the last second, swung the camera up and started shooting. The sped at which the AF grabbed the subject was incredible


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AlanF

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This shot is SO great, it's right on the edge of scary. :-(
I'm hoping to be able to get such a shot with the new RF 100-500.
You should be able to. I have only been able to see these great birds hunt on just one occasion when I visited Nova Scotia (you lucky Canadians!) and got a similar shot with a 100-400mm II on a 7DII. It was when I also got the shot of the Osprey with the flounder I use as my avatar. Maybe I'll get another chance post-covid to visit.

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AlanF

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It's such fun going back BC and reworking shots with the latest software here he is a few seconds later catching a fish. He was so close, I had to zoom out - that's why I always take a zoom because the best shots are often up close.

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AlanF

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I'm a dragonflies in flight fotographer, but in the wintertime...
Just a little bit of fun with some snow and a few birds.

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Best regards Helmut
Welcome! Nice shots. We have a Dragonfly Forum and it will be great if you post in it when the Spring comes and dragonflies become active https://www.canonrumors.com/forum/threads/dragonflies-and-damselflies.35543/
You don't have to wait to then, of course.
Alan
 
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