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hi conrad... thank you for your feedback... yes i find that the iq is really suffering for these... due to high iso and heavy cropping... i have 1 question though... since i've never tried to capture bif before, i actually upped the shutter speed to 1/2000 (hence the high iso)... for a rare opportunity i rather deal with noise than excessive motion blur... however, for another time and opportunity, what is a safe shutter to capture bif? say is 1/500 enough?
1/500s is enough if the bird is a pelican, or even a raptor in high winds slowly flying by, but really you want 1/800s minimum with 1/1250s being my personal starting point. Whatever ISO (within reason) I need to get that SS.