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Tamme-kirjurähn / Middle spotted woodpecker

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Vaido (Võrumaa, Estonia) on 26 November 2020 in Animal & Insect.

Võrumaa @ November 2020

Canon EOS R5 1/200 second F/5.6 ISO 3200 400 mm

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Lauli Otsar from Estonia

Ilus lind!

26 Nov 2020 8:16am

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

;) Wonderful capture. Beautiful bird.

26 Nov 2020 9:32am

kerrfoa from Bretagne, France

Superbe petite créature du ciel ses plumes sont magnifiques.

26 Nov 2020 9:46am

Daniel from Perpignan, France

Superbe !!!!!

26 Nov 2020 11:12am

By Marie from Villages du Lac de Paladru, France

Just superb, a beautiful capture and bird

26 Nov 2020 12:10pm

Existence Artistique from Angers, France

beau

26 Nov 2020 4:17pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

A simply gorgeous image of this little cutie.

26 Nov 2020 7:40pm

Darkelf Photography from Perth, Australia

Another excellent nature photo. I noticed you have progressed to R5. I have made the change as well and now waiting for some opportunities to fully test it out. A bit of a change, especially in terms of how one uses the viewfinder. Love the image quality so far.

27 Nov 2020 2:32am

@Darkelf Photography: Yes, after working with 5D Mark III for seven years I hoped after heavy review reading, that R5 has something more... (I tested EOS R a couple of years ago and was not impressed).
Unfortunately, there is the most boring season here right now - 3-6 degrees and gray all day. So I have done just some hundreds of kind of test shots so far and therefore haven't announced any results here.
Still, the performance in the dark is remarkably better, as expected.
As a (kind of) wildlife photographer, I get an advantage from a bigger sensor and cropping possibilities.
I shoot with old EF lenses and looks, that even with a 2x converter the performance and sharpness are much better (as on this photo). Hello, birdies :)
And I just can't wait to test animal eye autofocus in real life...
So far I am very pleased with the image quality, too.