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    Tufted Titmouse

    5DS R
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    Nowhere near the quality of the other shots in this thread, but thought I'd share anyway as I don't seem to have many bird shots lately. This Grey Jay is from earlier this summer. We were camping with the family and my son insisted I take a picture of this grey jay who wanted to share our breakfast.

    Grey Jay_02 by Stephen, on Flickr

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    I like it Stephen!

    I found again a lovely "Tuffetto" (Italian which means "Little dip")!


    Parco della Piana
    by Andrea Magnelli, su Flickr
    Dogs and cats, living together! Mass hysteria!

    Jamsus

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    For my set up bird photography I like the image quality of the 5DS R above the 1DX and the 5D MKIV as long as the ISO can stay below 2000

    Above that level I think the 5DMKIV and 1DX images start to look better than the 5DS R.

    These are 5DS R images @ ISO 1600






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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Eade View Post
    For my set up bird photography I like the image quality of the 5DS R above the 1DX and the 5D MKIV as long as the ISO can stay below 2000

    Above that level I think the 5DMKIV and 1DX images start to look better than the 5DS R.
    I guess I am just going to have to trust you Joel. Because they all look so good to me.....

    But it is interesting that you are seeing the cut off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kayaker72 View Post
    I guess I am just going to have to trust you Joel. Because they all look so good to me.....

    But it is interesting that you are seeing the cut off.
    I think that in good light they all can make fabulous images. Only in lower light can I begin to see that larger pixels are better and it seems to me the 5D MKIV keeps up with the 1DX quite well in this regard and still retains amazing detail. If it had the high frame rate I believe it would seriously damage 1DX sales.

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    BlueJay

    5DS R
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    Tufted Titmouse

    5D MKIV
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    Downy WP

    5D MKIV
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    Joel, your photos are always so beautiful and inspiring!! It is like the birds know to just come and pose for the birdman!

    I haven't been out shooting in a long, long time but thought I'd head out with the 150-600mm before I sell it. Big mistake, now I don't want to let it go! These were all taken hand-held which is a big challenge for me with this lens! Here are a couple keepers ...

    White Breasted Nuthatch by Denise Trocio, on Flickr


    Woodpecker by Denise Trocio, on Flickr


    Male Cardinal by Denise Trocio, on Flickr

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