I had to go to Pennsylvania for something and brought my camera to take some scenic shots along the Delaware on the way back. While taking some standard photos I saw a large bird about a quarter mile (~ half km). Luckily I had pre-programmed a memory setting for ISO 1600, 1/1000, f4.5 continuous shooting. So started tracking as best I could. It flew right overhead - maybe I looked like lunch.
The eagle is a juvenile bald eagle with a wing span of about 6 feet (2 m). The whole sequence took about 20 secs. I only used a moderate zoom in order to get it into frame. Here are the best with heavy crops and PP with Lightroom, and one for perspective. C&C are very much appreciated. Also any advice on setting up memory for these types of shots would be very helpful. I have a Sony RX100 so no interchangeable lenses.