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Anhinga Portrait

Discussion in 'Wildlife-Nature' started by nwcs, May 18, 2017 at 10:32 PM.

  1. nwcs

    nwcs Former Gear Addict

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    The Fuji is much much better on these portraits. :) X-T2 and 100-400mm. From about 10 feet away.

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    Nice and sharp. Good shot.
     
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    Thanks, I'm still debating about a D500 for tracking and low contrast wildlife photography but the Fuji did better than I thought it would :)
     
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    It is a really sharp lens that delivers great IQ.
     
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    It does. I have used professional Nikon wildlife lenses, though, such as the 200-400 and I'd say the Fuji is good but not great. But I'd expect that at this price level. I think a Bayer sensor would handle the high frequency detail (feathers) a bit better.
     

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