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    EOS R RF 100-500 RF 1.4xtc @700 f10 1/400 ISO 3200 HH, Manual EXP

    Same subject that was amenable to coming down from the oak canopy took it further and flew down to Florida coffee just under the previous perch and began search for the small insects it loves. Found a small portal between the leaves and imaged a few frames of this beauty at work. I think Cape May but not at all sure. This zoom/TC combo blows me away. Could be because my previous glass was very old.

    I'm very grateful for all valued previous help. Please keep it coming...

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    Nice look at this bird David, glad you got the opening between leaves. Its a bit busy with all the OOF leaves criss crossing across the frame. I am glad you are liking that combo and am curious to know how well the eye AF works with the R5?

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    Hi David, colour looks off in this, plus is it a large crop as IQ is not as good as the previous posting. The red berry needs to go, it's competing with the subject.

    Sanjeev this is the older R, not the R5, with the light you have perhaps the R6 is more suited and less expensive.

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