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romy ocon | all galleries >> Equipment Tests and Other Photos >> Trying the Canon 400 2.8 L IS at Bird Photography > IMG_7486-1000x750.jpg
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31-JUL-2009

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THE BATTLE-SCARRED VETERANS WELCOME A NEW TEAM MEMBER. My birding lenses pose as a group for posterity. The newly added 400 2.8 L IS (second from left,
low light specialist, with a Canon 2x TC II added in this photo) is joined by (from left) the venerable Sigmonster (Sigma 300-800 DG, long shot specialist),
the workhorse 500 f4 L IS (all-around birding glass, with a Canon 1.4x TC II added in this photo), the prime-sharp 100-400 L IS (the "birding lightly"
and all purpose wildlife lens) and the grizzled 400 5.6 L (the hand held flight shot specialist).

[5D2 + Sigma 24 1.8 DG macro, tripod/ball head]

Canon EOS 5D Mark II
0.60s f/5.6 at 24.0mm iso400 full exif

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