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    Baby magpie

    This is this year's baby magpie. She's a funny little bird and I'm hand-feeding her. This shot is taken with the new 100-400mm lens.

    Baby magpie

    1/400th, f5, 1600 ISO, 235mm.

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    Re: Baby magpie

    Quote Originally Posted by Camellia View Post
    This shot is taken with the new 100-400mm lens.
    Ah well, doesn't seem to be anything wrong with the sharpness on the lens. Those wispy bits of feather below the beak are pretty well nailed for sharpness.

    Enjoy it.

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    Re: Baby magpie

    The lens is just so bloody heavy! Scamp is an easier subject than some of the other birds because she's tame.

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    Re: Baby magpie

    Once you get the monopod, though, you'll be up and running. Until then, cushions, tops of walls, etc will have to fill the gap. And think of the fees you'll save not having to register with a gym/health club.

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