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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.
Baya Weaver
Scruffy looking little bird. Experimenting with 1200mm using stacked converters. Subject not more than 5 inches in size, distance range 25 feet. Background is distant trees. Slightly soft. Camera shake is a nightmare even on tripod. End result not bad I think.

300mm 2X 2X @ 1/320 f4 ISO-400 full frame (cropped to fit 6:4.5 format).
Habitat
Mangroves
Location
Penang, Malaysia
Date taken
28-7-2005
Scientific name
Ploceus philippinus
Equipment used
D70, 300mmf2.8
Eye catching image. All components of this, artistically and techmically are good. Will add to "My Favorites". I like what you did with the framing.
 

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