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    Canon EOS-R5
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    1/3200 seconds
    600 mm
    ISO 640
    Manual exposure
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    Pattern Metering mode

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    A very dramatic image, Sasan! The range of browns and golds is really pretty in this warm light, and the rocky ground adds habitat context. Strong stare is great.

    My only question - was this bird baited? It kinda looks like you knew where it was gonna be, especially since you didn't have the 1.4x attached. He looks like
    he's staring at something on the ground, like offered meat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorian Anderson View Post
    A very dramatic image, Sasan! The range of browns and golds is really pretty in this warm light, and the rocky ground adds habitat context. Strong stare is great.

    My only question - was this bird baited? It kinda looks like you knew where it was gonna be, especially since you didn't have the 1.4x attached. He looks like
    he's staring at something on the ground, like offered meat.
    thanks Dorian ,Your guess is correct, despite the 45 megapixels, I use less teleconverter, although I have no problem with the output of the teleconverter and it is enough very sharp

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    Dramatic image, I sense the darkest brown plumage is a little blocked.

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    Definitely has the wow factor here...bait or no bait.

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