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Old Aug 8, 2013, 10:27 AM   #1
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EPL-5 FT 70-300 ( is any one surprised ? )
iso 200 f 8.0 shutter 1000 300 mm croped about 50 %

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very nice shots, I love raptors and you did very well to get sharp detail on the eyes!
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If you are shooting JPEG, you should try using the 2x digital TC with the long distance subjects and see how it works. A good "project" would be to shoot raw+jpeg so you have the in-camera produced file and a raw file you can process, crop yourself and then compare to the file where the camera did all the work. The time or two I've tried it, the camera (E-M5) did a better job.
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Excellent shots of ospreys. They are a hard bird to capture close-up. Well done Fred.
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Thank you for looking a commenting ramcewan, Greg and Steven


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If you are shooting JPEG, you should try using the 2x digital TC with the long distance subjects and see how it works. A good "project" would be to shoot raw+jpeg so you have the in-camera produced file and a raw file you can process, crop yourself and then compare to the file where the camera did all the work. The time or two I've tried it, the camera (E-M5) did a better job.
Thanks for the tip Greg
I will definitely give that a try
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