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    uk today

    kielder
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    uk today

    id on this one please and thanks
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    uk id

    I took this a couple of years ago at minsmere and thought it was a whitethroat , looking again I now think its a warbler -possibly marsh ? anyone help out please .
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    New to sony

    I have been trying togo lighter and lighter due to shoulder problems and having tried nearly every combo without success ended up with trying sony .Started with an a66oo which worked well but I didn't enjoy ergonomics after too many dslr years , so got the a7riv . I've paired it with the crop...
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    Another couple of extreme pics uk

    a couple more from this morning Curlew sandpiper ? no idea -so leave it to the experts ! I thought oystercatcher but black legs ?
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    uk today

    perhaps another view ?
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    uk today

    unfortunately not - just took a few long range to hope for id . Scope needed not bins !
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    uk today

    taken this morning at extreme range on coquet estuary . I've got the sandwich tern and the plover but what is the one in the middle please
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    curlew sandpiper - uk ?

    northumberland today
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    curlew sandpiper - uk ?

    Curlew sandpiper or ? please
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    So is the Canon R5 a bird photography body?

    Thanks for the heads up Dave . I have never tried crop on the r5 before and thought it would be like my old full frames ie a greyed out area . Much better now. I thought I was old and senile and I've just proved it!
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    So is the Canon R5 a bird photography body?

    The viewfinder size is as Roy said 5088x 3392 so 17m. An interesting point dave brought up is eye af in crop mode . Will it actually be any different because the amount of pixels on the eye should be the same ? If the pixels are the same , the camera will have exactly the same information...
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    So is the Canon R5 a bird photography body?

    I havr had the rf1.4x for some time now but being in lockdown and winter has meant I only gave it a quick test before .Took in out down the lane in preparation for march 29th as it was sunny and f10 is not really what I want on overcast North eastern days .Using it with the 100-500 and r5 ...
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    chaffinch -brambling ?

    uk this morning only had time for one quick shot but cant work it out. what is it please ?
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    uk today

    couple I'm not sure about please first just weird colour photograph of rook ? second male kestrel but looks wrong for that ? thanks for replies
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    fieldfare ?

    Is this juv fieldfare or just a greyish blackbird or ? thanks in advance
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    So is the Canon R5 a bird photography body?

    Does this help the 100-500 debate ? Only a sparrow;)
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    So is the Canon R5 a bird photography body?

    Just to confirm Dave Williams view that this is a game changer .I've had mine a couple of months now so apart from a couple of lockups ( which i've had on other cameras so not too worried ) everything is looking good . Just received the rf 1.4x to go with the 100-500 so will give it a go as...
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    uk gull

    thanks guys
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    uk gull

    Herring gull ? dark bill and feet suggest something else ?
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    uk today

    Northumberland today first is curlew sand ? Second is scoter ? thanks
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    So is the Canon R5 a bird photography body?

    Progress Report I decided that this was my last chance saloon because of weight quality etc and it has everything I wanted -BUT . I was out yesterday trying to get a yellow browed warbler and as I've found in the past when using mirrorless ,the EVF sucks. It just cant keep up when I trying to...
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    nortumberland -razorbill ?

    Juv razorbill please ?
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    uk warblers

    first one chiffchaff and second willow please ? thanks in advance
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    uk id

    No problem with buzzard but is the other one a male kestrel please. Long range I'm afraid
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