Yes they are called great whites for good reasons. I have the 600 F4 II which is a great lens but a bit of effort the use.Hi Hector.
Lovely shot, dreamy bokeh! Got to love those great whites!
It's a lovely lens and takes the 2xTCIII really well too. It was the first telephoto I had that took really tack sharp shots.Yes they are great for a reason. I have the 600 F4 II which is a great lens but a bit of effort the use.
The 300 2.8 II is a very flexible lens and takes the 1.4 extender really well. I use it handheld quite a bit.
Yes, once you get that sharp its hard to go back to fairly sharp. It separates the background too very well.It's a lovely lens and takes the 2xTCIII really well too. It was the first telephoto I had that took really tack sharp shots.
Great capture. Nice bit of action
I had to concentrate on this for at least half a minute before I was finally able to see it as an outside corner.
I like the way they are looking at each other, though their thoughts probably differ.One of the local Osprey nabbed a pretty nice fish, a Yellowfin Croaker(I think), and brought it back to a nearby post. Sadly I didn't even see it catch the fish and just happened to hear the ruckus as it landed.
R5 600 II w/1.4X III 1/2500 : f/8 : ISO 1000