My personal work is mostly landscapes but I was happy to take a trip with my father to Costa Rica and experience the fantastic birds and animals of the rain forest. My father is a very dedicated birder.
I was using an old DSLR lens mounted on a mirrorless camera. The focus is a bit soft on the aracari’s eye with the image of the bird upside down. I like the upside down image but the second image is a bit sharper although more static. Any suggestions?
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70-400 DSLR lens mounted on mirroless at 400 mm. F6.3, 1/800, iso5000. It was very overcast and dark in the rain forest in Selva Verda biological station Costa Rica.
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