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    Budget camera to pair with Olympus 100-400mm Lens

    Thanks for everyone's suggestions and input, it's great to hear people's experiences with this combo. I'm still in two minds. I already have Canon gear and I'm slightly loathed to buy into another system, although I hear the benefits. I've managed to get hold of a Sigma 150-600 and have been...
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    Sigma 150-600 Lens Alternatives

    Hi Guy, i’ve been trying the above lens on my R6 and finding the focus is a bit hit and miss, which i now realise people seem to be aware of these focus issues. So my question is what other budget lens would people suggest? Options seem to be: Canon 400mm F5.6 people seem to rate this...
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    Budget camera to pair with Olympus 100-400mm Lens

    Thanks all for the useful info. I've shot FF Canon EOS 5mark iii professionally for events photography for years, but never had a lens with enough reach for birds. I've occasionally dabbled with M43, but never for wildlife/bird etc. Unfortunately, I cannot begin to afford any of the Cannon...
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    Budget camera to pair with Olympus 100-400mm Lens

    Hi All, I'm heading off to Costa Rica in Feb and still trying to figure out my best options for photography. I think I have narrowed it down to a secondhand Olympus 100-400 lens. Now looking for an affordable secondhand body? I was thinking one of these options Pansonic G85 cheap...
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    Used Bridge Camera Options

    Hi All, I'm a long-time DSLR shooter, but not for birds. My bird photography tends to be out on a walk and spot something a fair way off and would be good to quickly snap a reasonable pic for ID and share it online. My friend has the Nikon P1000 and has managed to get some cracking shoots...
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    1st scope for digiscoping

    Hi guys. I'm an experienced photographer and I've been considering better options for getting closer to birds and other wildlife. I've just spent a week with a friend in Scotland who was using a Nikon P1000 for general walk about bird photography. This is quite an impressive camera accepting...
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