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  1. J

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

    I would recommend Micro 4/3 mirrorless (Olympus & Panasonic) if your goal is high quality images with a light carrying weight. Nikon/Canon will have significantly heavier lenses for an equivalent amount of reach (unless you exclusively go the Phase Fresnel lens route).