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| Re: Canon autumn photography |
Thank you, Jerry, Db and Shreeni.
Db, I think the writing is on the wall already, your next lens will be 600II.
From the standpoint of shooting dynamics, here is a complementary type where the focusing distance doesn't change much/quickly like in head-on shots, but the problem is in the AF acquisition while doing a fast swing with a long heavy and thus very "inertial" lens. This type of shot becomes much easier quickly as the distance to bird increases and the required angular speed of the lens drops.
Handheld 1DX + 600 II wide open.