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  1. #51
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    Re: Post your Z50 images

    Post your Z50 images
    Quote Originally Posted by PhilM_TX View Post
    Forcing elevated ISO for evaluation. 1st shot is ISO 6400. The 2nd is ISO 32,000.

    No to shabby, for a "sub $900" body.


    I expected to see you reflected in the dog’s eyes


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  2. #52
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Molloy View Post
    I expected to see you reflected in the dog’s eyes

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    Wrong angle... Lol!

    Just the roof of my house & a tree.
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    Z50, 500PF, 1.4x TC - 700mm, handheld.

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  4. #54
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    Re: Post your Z50 images

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilM_TX View Post
    Z50, 500PF, 1.4x TC - 700mm, handheld.

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    The number of people who have said its no good because it doesnt have IBIS, nice one.
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  5. #55
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikew View Post
    The number of people who have said its no good because it doesnt have IBIS, nice one.
    Thank you, Mike. I've read all sorts of "bad stuff" about it too, but "for me" it seems to work quite well.

    Edit: FWIW, all the shots I've posted (except the few with the 600F4 in my backyard), have been handheld. DSLR's have done well w/o IBIS.
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    Gator says: "Does this water made my jaws look fat?"

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    Re: Post your Z50 images

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilM_TX View Post
    Z50, 500PF, 1.4x TC - 700mm, handheld.

    Great series. I liked all of these shots. That 500 f5.6 on the Z50 is pretty much amazing. So sharp. Quite impressive. Some of the talking heads that say the Z cameras cannot shoot wildlife should follow you and Mike around for a day or two.
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    Re: Post your Z50 images

    Quote Originally Posted by PhilM_TX View Post
    Spoonbill (almost not enough lens) from Wakadahatchee & Pelican from Sebastian Inlet.




    When were you at Wako? You should have let me know you were coming to my neck of the woods.
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  9. #59
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post

    When were you at Wako? You should have let me know you were coming to my neck of the woods.
    Hi Marilynne,

    We made a real quick pass-thru the week of Veterans Day. We flew into Ft Lauderdale very late Monday night & stayed in Boynton Beach that night. We were up early and at Wako, then breakfast @ Flakowitz, then Green Cay (I thought it was gonna be closed), and we were off to Vero Beach by noon. I had considered touching base, but we weren't there long this time.

    I did shoot near a gal at Sebastian Inlet that was dawning a good bit of Nikon gear that same afternoon. We talked about Mark Smith & Steve Perry, among other things. I wondered if it may been you as I thought back through the day.

    By Wednesday evening, we were in Cape Coral for the remainder of our visit. We like to see the various BE Nests & Burrowing Owls in the area, as well as visiting the Everglades.

    We finished the adventure with a stop by Butterfly World (our 1st visit) Sunday afternoon. What a wonderful place!

    Wifey & I have been visiting at least once a year for a good while. I will make it a point to touch base next trip.
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  10. #60
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    Re: Post your Z50 images

    Quote Originally Posted by PhilM_TX View Post
    Hi Marilynne,

    We made a real quick pass-thru the week of Veterans Day. We flew into Ft Lauderdale very late Monday night & stayed in Boynton Beach that night. We were up early and at Wako, then breakfast @ Flakowitz, then Green Cay (I thought it was gonna be closed), and we were off to Vero Beach by noon. I had considered touching base, but we weren't there long this time.

    I did shoot near a gal at Sebastian Inlet that was dawning a good bit of Nikon gear that same afternoon. We talked about Mark Smith & Steve Perry, among other things. I wondered if it may been you as I thought back through the day.

    By Wednesday evening, we were in Cape Coral for the remainder of our visit. We like to see the various BE Nests & Burrowing Owls in the area, as well as visiting the Everglades.

    We finished the adventure with a stop by Butterfly World (our 1st visit) Sunday afternoon. What a wonderful place!

    Wifey & I have been visiting at least once a year for a good while. I will make it a point to touch base next trip.
    Must have passed you at Wako, I was there at 7 - 8:30am. I noticed your shot was 6:30.

    Glad Green Cay was open. It closed 11/18.





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