great choice, I have the D500 with the 200-500mm, my lens is just brilliant, you may need to fine AF the lens, but I can highly recommend it. The VR is top and with 5,6 all through the zoom it is great to hand hold.
Thanks again for all this information Dan,
over here is everything closed because of lockdown so I have just ordered the S2, which I can also send back if I am not happy.
Down here at the moment we also have a lot of divers like the red-throated, black-throated and red-necked grebe over the...
thankyou for your time.
The scope will be mainly used for waterfowl monitoring in the morning and evening, I will also be covering an area where Hen harriers roost.
I will not be moving around to much.
I am not sure if I will be reading ring in the future but individuals will need...
This year I will be starting to do some volunteer work with the LBV here in southern Germany and find myself looking to buy a scope which I can use for bird monitoring ect.
I have never owned or used a scope but after reading loads of posts here I am tending towards getting the Meopta...
I was out in my local patch yesterday with my D500 and 200-500mm and getting some good shots of a grey heron and egrets, A guy came along who had an Olypus om-d e-mx1, there was something in the software which all he had to do was lock focus on the eye and it just seemed to follow the...
I will be using a 200-500 f5,6 from nikon on my D500, I have bought a better beamer for my flash, I have bracket and cords.
I will give it a try over christmas and if it turns out I’ll post my results.
at this time of year where I live there isn’t much light around to photograph birds.
I am thinking of trying a little fill flash to bring the light up a touch.
Has anybody tried this technique? I have seen on YT a few wildlife photographers using fill flash and was just wondering what...