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Old Dec 11, 2017, 6:44 PM   #1
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Default A Smorgasbord of E-M1 Mark II Images....

All sorts of fun so far this weekend...

With the 12-40mm f2.8 at the Arboretum, catching some of the last colors of Fall, while avoiding all the Christmas scene setups around the park..









Little Poppy, with the 40-150mm f2.8 and FL900 flash, fitted with the Demb bounce attachment..



A couple of Egrets at White Rock, with the 300mm f4 M. Zuiko.





Someone else will need to tell me what the heck this was, but I liked it against the beautiful blue sky..


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Old Dec 12, 2017, 8:48 PM   #2
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[QUOTE=Greg Chappell;1413247]All sorts of fun so far this weekend...

Someone else will need to tell me what the heck this was, but I liked it against the beautiful blue sky.

That is a cormorant, Greg. You must have been close to a body of water as they are fish eaters.

A really nice series of photos that you posted.
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Thank you Steven, Yes!

I hope you are doing well. Merry Christmas.
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Beautiful shots Greg, love the colors of the tress. Here in NYC our tress have no leaves now.

How do you like the new 300mm f4? the pictures looks very sharp.

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Hi Marcelo. Thank you.

The 300mm f4 is one really, really nice lens. Pretty darn impressive from any perspective. The combined camera/lens stabilization is incredible.

Bulky, but very carryable, with the right bag. My bird-in-flight skills are what needs practice, although I eventually plan on using it for much more than just that.
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