Great shots guys, beside that's one hell of a sensor on the a99II.
Yes Pete... it is
one hell of a sensor. 42.4MP with 84MB uncompressed RAW files is a lot to work with.
Some shots from Seattle over the weekend...
Chip, some great strong images. Fun to look at!
As for myself, I'm enjoying learning and getting some practice with the new Sony A99ll by doing a little "birding." This camera is capable of producing great images, and its focusing is lightening fast with burst rates of up to 12fps! This sure helps in capturing, small moving targets such as these very common wild birds.
Very little cropping was used here and only for positioning the location of the bird in the frame. I shot with a 150-600mm telephoto lens, and most shots were taken at about 500mm. By the way, my bird "studio" is from a north facing room that overlooks a Sweetgum Tree.
Hmmm, seems like they're all facing the same direction.
Mr. Blue Jay
Black Capped Chickadee
Tufted Titmouse Ready for Take Off