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Forum: Lens Clubs 5 Days Ago  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By jacamar
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Green Heron

Green Heron by Steven, on Flickr

Tricolored Heron

Tricolored Heron by Steven, on Flickr

Little Blue Heron
Little Blue Heron by Steven, on Flickr

White Pelicans

Incoming by Steven, on Flickr
Forum: Lens Clubs 4 Days Ago  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By Jome
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Mont-Blanc
K-3 + Manual Tokina AT-X SD 100-300/F4.0 @300 handled. (Cropped for aspect)
Forum: Lens Clubs 4 Days Ago  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By Aaron28
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sigma 150-500os....k-3ii...running on water

Forum: Lens Clubs 4 Days Ago  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By tduell
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Adult and juvenile Tawny Frogmouth.
K-3 II, DFA 150-450 handheld. See exif for shot details.

Cheers,
Terry
Forum: Lens Clubs 4 Days Ago  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By tduell
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Young Kookaburra.
K-3 II, DFA 150-450 handheld. See exif for shot details.

Cheers,
Terry
Forum: Lens Clubs 11-22-2019, 12:26 PM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By siva.ss.kumar
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Harrier season it is.
Pentax K70 + DA 560







Forum: Lens Clubs 11-19-2019, 09:29 PM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By Aaron28
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sigma 150-500 os…..it's amazing the world it brings to my camera....K-3ii

Forum: Lens Clubs 11-19-2019, 12:07 PM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By Jome
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Learning to use my new toy from distance to very short distance:
K-3 + Tamron SP 500 (handeld).
Forum: Lens Clubs 11-19-2019, 07:01 PM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By noelpolar
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I was bending down to plug my power cord into a power pole (Trailer Park.... or caravan park for us down this way) when I heard and felt a swoosh... looked up and this fella was in my face. After a startled word or two... I thought I'd go and get my camera... but remembered I had my phone... so took a phone shot... from 400mm away.... so that makes it a phone 400mm shot.... so I guess it qualifies for posting here....touch screen for eye focus (sic)....

Kooky


The Kookaburra did later say if he was really trying to startle me he would have had a baby brown snake in it's beak.
Forum: Lens Clubs 11-19-2019, 02:04 PM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By Ducatigaz
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The UK's smallest bird of prey a Merlin. K-3ii/FA*600mm T4 ED (IF)/ RRS BH-55/Kirk window mount.

Merlin by Gary Chalker, on Flickr

Merlin by Gary Chalker, on Flickr

Merlin by Gary Chalker, on Flickr
Forum: Lens Clubs 11-16-2019, 11:18 PM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By vcollerp
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Forum: Lens Clubs 11-15-2019, 03:33 AM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By Ducatigaz
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A few recent pictures.K-3ii/FA*600mm F4 ED[IF]/RRS BH-55/Kirk window mount.

Linnet by Gary Chalker, on Flickr

Yellowhammer by Gary Chalker, on Flickr

Yellowhammer by Gary Chalker, on Flickr

Reed Bunting by Gary Chalker, on Flickr

Tree Sparrow by Gary Chalker, on Flickr

Fieldfare by Gary Chalker, on Flickr

Fieldfare by Gary Chalker, on Flickr
Forum: Lens Clubs 11-11-2019, 09:18 PM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By clackers
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Brown thornbill, K-1, DA55-300:

Forum: Lens Clubs 11-10-2019, 10:58 PM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By alfa75ts
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A couple of thirsty Cockatoos, K3 DA*300 Tamron-F 1.4 TC:
Forum: Lens Clubs 11-10-2019, 10:56 PM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By alfa75ts
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Masked Lapwing (Plover), K3 DA*300 Tamron-F 1.4 TC:
Forum: Lens Clubs 11-10-2019, 04:56 AM  
Post your HD PENTAX-D FA 150-450mm F4.5-5.6 ED DC AW pictures!
Posted By termy
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this little fella is so so cute, i really wanted to kidnap it.
Forum: Lens Clubs 11-08-2019, 03:10 PM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By Pentikonian
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The last few days this little bird has been coming in and checking the hummingbird feeder for insects. K-1, DA*300, cropped. Edit - looks to be a Verdin. Eats mostly insects, but also looks for dried drops of sugar water at hummingbird feeders. Learned a thing today. :)


Forum: Lens Clubs 11-09-2019, 07:48 AM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By Basie
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African Skimmer by JF Steyn, on Flickr

African skimmer. They feed at dusk with poor light and I have tried and failed to get a shot, but will persevere
Forum: Lens Clubs 11-09-2019, 10:44 AM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By jacamar
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Another session at the duck ponds

Drake Hooded Merganser

Drake Hooded Merganser by Steven, on Flickr

Threesome

Hooded Mergansers by Steven, on Flickr


Drake Gadwall - looks very plain most of the time but comes in to its own in good light.

Drake Gadwall by Steven, on Flickr

K-3, DA* 300mm, 1.4x TC
Forum: Lens Clubs 11-05-2019, 04:44 PM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By Des
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Great set Steven. I really enjoyed the Pintail that you posted last week as well (now buried about 75 posts back).

The recent flurry of posting means many fine images have whizzed by in this and many other threads. Just quietly, I won't mind if the pace returns to normal in the New Year.

New Holland Honeyeater. KP + 55-300 PLM at 300mm


Eastern Yellow Robin. KP + 55-300 PLM at 300mm


Olive Whistler. KP + DA 55-300 PLM at 300mm


Golden Whistler KP + DA-L 55-300 at 300mm


And again with the KP + DA 55-300 PLM at 300mm.


Interesting to compare the last two, each at 300mm f6.3. A little fill flash in each. The PLM image has bit more resolution and slightly better bokeh (nice specular highlights) IMO, but there's not much in it. I should stress that all things were not equal: in the DA-L shot I used 1/640th, 1600 ISO; in the PLM shot I used 1/200th, 1000 ISO; the whistler was a little closer in the DA-L shot. My subjective impression from using these two zooms for some time is that the resolution on the DA-L is about as good at 300mm f8-f11, but the PLM is better at 300mm f6.3. And the bokeh and rendering of the PLM are better across the board. And of course the PLM has much faster and quieter AF (and QS), shorter MFD, better coatings, better build quality and is more compact. Still, for a $100 lens, the DA-L is great value.
Forum: Lens Clubs 10-29-2019, 02:51 AM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By alfa75ts
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From this morning:
Forum: Lens Clubs 10-26-2019, 07:41 AM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By northcoastgreg
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Thanks.





Thanks all for the nice comments. The photo is taken with the KP. It is cropped, but not by much. I was maybe within sixty or fifty feet of the sanguinary beast. Now of course that's very close (far closer than by law you should be to a griz), and I'm tempted to spin out a tall tale about how the bear charged and attacked me, we wrestled for a bit, I threw him to the ground, and we parted friends, but obviously that's not what happened. This is a photo shot at the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone. This bear is originally from Alaska (which is part of why he is so big). I cloned out some of the areas where the fence was showing to try to make the photo look "real." Here's a shot of another bear at the same place:





Absolutely. Those damn bears are nearly as uncooperative as people!
Forum: Lens Clubs 10-26-2019, 11:20 AM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By Pentikonian
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Finally got a couple shots of the male Gila Woodpecker working his way through the tree. Here's one as he was checking to see if I was still there - he went right back behind the branch after I tripped the shutter. K-1, DA*300.
Forum: Lens Clubs 10-26-2019, 10:38 PM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By Mike L
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The Superb Parrot is a threatened species. They are relatively common around Canberra and my house is close to a breeding area so I often hear them flying over but I've never managed a decent shot of a male before. Recently there was a group of 100+ feeding on a newly spray seeded building site less than 500 metres from my front door, of course I couldn't get there at the right time and it looked like I missed out. I got lucky with a small group a few days later when I was on my way to the shops, a quick dash back home for the camera paid off.

I started of cautiously so I didn't spook them


but I slowly managed to creep to within 10-15 metres





big crop


All shot with the K3 and DFA 150-450, wide open at 1600 ISO
Forum: Lens Clubs 10-21-2019, 04:07 PM  
300mm plus Lens Club: discuss your long lenses
Posted By str8talk83
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evening dragon by Daniel, on Flickr

backlit fern by Daniel, on Flickr

amongst the branches by Daniel, on Flickr

yellow in the branches by Daniel, on Flickr

up the trunk by Daniel, on Flickr
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