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Phil-1

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It should arrive back from Sigma today. I’ve told them that if I’m not happy I want a refund and they have agreed

They tell me that it was out of calibration and was front and back focusing.


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Well I got my lens back last Friday, haven't had the chance to give it a proper test, but took some test shots in the garden and I'm impressed with the results.


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Stephen Payne

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A few from me.

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Happy Grumpz

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Happy Grumpz

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Atlantic Puffins... Without doubt it's one of my highlights (yeah I know I'm a sad act) of the year going to see these wonderful little birds. Hopefully the weather & light are more accommodating on my next trip in a few weeks...

Atlantic Puffin by Matt Smith, on Flickr
 

Happy Grumpz

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Taken today on the Farne Islands, Northumberland...

Canon EOS 7D Mark II
Canon EF400mm f/2.8L IS USM
ƒ/8.0
400.0 mm
1/1000
ISO 200

Atlantic Puffin by Matt Smith, on Flickr
 

Happy Grumpz

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Happy Grumpz

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It's been a long time since I participated in this thread, eventually picked the camera back up yesterday.

I now have the dilema of swapping my Sony 100-400GM for the new Sony 200-600, I'm not too sure what to do.

Anyway, here's one from yesterday...

Sony A7R3
Canon 400mm ƒ/2.8
ƒ/4.0
560.0 mm
1/200
ISO 800

(Huge crop)

Kingfisher... by Matt Smith, on Flickr

I kept reducing the shutter speed to try and capture the rain drops.
 

CHEZ

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It's been a long time since I participated in this thread, eventually picked the camera back up yesterday.

I now have the dilema of swapping my Sony 100-400GM for the new Sony 200-600, I'm not too sure what to do.

Anyway, here's one from yesterday...

Sony A7R3
Canon 400mm ƒ/2.8
ƒ/4.0
560.0 mm
1/200
ISO 800

(Huge crop)

Kingfisher... by Matt Smith, on Flickr

I kept reducing the shutter speed to try and capture the rain drops.

That's a lovely picture.
Kingfishers are so pretty and striking especially across there wings in flight.

I seen a green woodpecker the other day but was too quick for me to whip my phone out for a pic.
The colours were unbelievable.
Bottle green fading to bright yellow, and a flash of red on its head.
Would have created a fantastic shot, even on my Google pixel phone.
Sad times
 

Happy Grumpz

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Green Woodpeckers are absolutely stunning birds
 
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