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Masked Trogon

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Amazing!

What a handsome outfit?

Are these rare? How do you find the chap? Is tge a surprise for you too?

Asher
 

Peter Dexter

Well-known member
A Canon 7D ll with a Canon 600 EX flash and "Better Beamer" plus a Canon 400 5.6 prime lens. Simple but effective. That is my weight limit. I could buy much more expensive lenses with greater reach but for their weight I would end up leaving them at home.
 

Andy brown

Active member
Another amazing creature (and well captured), you really are blessed with the most wonderful wildlife where you are.
Keep them coming Peter, we love it.
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
A Canon 7D ll with a Canon 600 EX flash and "Better Beamer" plus a Canon 400 5.6 prime lens. Simple but effective. That is my weight limit. I could buy much more expensive lenses with greater reach but for their weight I would end up leaving them at home.
And then typically how much empty space around the bird is there to be cropped away!
 

Peter Dexter

Well-known member
Thank you very much Andy. Asher I can't say what's typical because the distance and size of bird are so variable. Many times when out walking I photograph distant birds just for identification as the image would have to be so extremely cropped it's not usable.
 
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