Det var vanskelige forhold idag og vinden som kom i stadige kast blåste både blomster og motiver  totalt ut av søkeren, men – så lenge blomsterflua ikke fant grunn til å flytte på seg, så skulle da sannelig heller ikke jeg?  La det bli en prøve på hvordan dette kameraet oppførte seg under ekstrem-forhold og – om det greide å holde fokus på objekter i stadig bevegelse?
Conditions today were challenging – to put it mildly – with ever new gusts of wind shifting my motives and the whole flower out of sight from the viewer! But as log as the flowerfly found no reason to move, then I certaily wouldn’t either! Let it be a test how able this camera would be under extreme conditions and how it would succeed retaining focus on an ever moving object?

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2 Responses to Prospecting

  1. -Eugenia says:

    Amazing, clear and crisp shot! The flowerfly busy at work even though there were gusty winds.

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