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In Reply to: RE: BOTD, 7/17/17. posted by FenderLover on July 17, 2017 at 07:11:49
Looks like you used a pretty long lens with wide aperture. Nice in-motion shot!
This little guy (American Goldfinch?) was perched up in our front yard tree so I stepped out onto the porch to capture a shot. I set shutter priority at 1/320 with my cheapie zoom handheld at 1/320, f10, 300mm (35mm equiv.). This was on my Olympus OM-D E-M5 micro four thirds camera. The lens is normally $199 but often on sale for $99. It's not my best lens but it's the longest I have.
That lens makes my Sony E'Mount 18-200 look like the Crap it is.
And the Sony? 800$ plus for the 'privilage' of :
1. Poor resolution at anything over about 100mm.
2. Huge vignetting at ALL focal lengths
3. Color Fringing
4. Take your pick of Barrel or PinCushion Distortion
Lens is 'soft' at almost all focal lengths even at F5.6 thru F11 where you'd expect it to be at its Best.
Your shot Looks darn good for a 200$ piece of glass.
Too much is never enough
It's my APS-C format zoom (maxed at 300mm) on my Sony A7. Gonna need to look for full format zoom, for this camera.
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