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Old Mar 17, 2012, 10:19 PM   #1
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Default The 50-200 is a sharp lens

I was checking the CAF of my 50-200mm + EC 14 and this little guy approached me very upset, maybe because I was invading his territory?

While he send me some warnings I shoot some pictures of this brave little creature.

















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Old Mar 18, 2012, 5:44 AM   #2
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It is indeed sharp, Marcelo, and those are great pix. I think there's some chance that it's a male and you were close to a nest where his mate is incubating some eggs.

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Really nice shots Marcelo. Great feather details and color. You really captured the attitude of that bird.

(I agree with you about the 50-200. The E-3 and that lens make a winning combination. )
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Very nice and yes it is a sharp lens...

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Good focussing.
Good sharpness
and great captures Marcelo.
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I agree with everyone else, Marcelo. The 50-200mm is another of Oly's outstanding lenses, for sure.
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Thank you everyone.
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I don't own the 50-200 long enough to say a lot of it but it is indeed a sharp lens.

Nice and very sharp shots Marcello!!
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