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    First serious birding camera advice (budget €2000 - 3000)

    Thank you all for your recommendations! It looks like mirrorless with a crop sensor is the way to go. Using a teleconverter instead of a larger lens is certainly an interesting option I hadn't considered before. For now the fujifilm XT3 with the 70-300mm lens and 1.4x teleconverter looks promising.
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    First serious birding camera advice (budget €2000 - 3000)

    Hi Everyone, I got into birding and bird photography last year using a borrowed Nikon Z50 with a Nikkor 50-250mm f/4.5-6.3 lens. I have taken some nice pictures with it, but I feel there is still room for improvement. I would also like a bit more zoom. I'm now looking for an upgrade and am...