Fuji XE2, 55-200 Fujinon, Wild Park and the results (image heavy)

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  1. CaptainNapalm

    CaptainNapalm No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I picked up the Fuji X-E2 over a year ago as my travel and everyday camera, it was just too difficult to lug around the D600 with all the heavy lenses all the time. It served me extremely well for travel so far and today, just for fun, I decided to put it through it's paces shooting wildlife (something I've never expected this camera to be good at). I shot with the Fujinon 55-200 lens and was extremely impressed with the results. Although the focusing at times was a bit slow, I was still able to get in a lot of good shoots, many of which were birds bouncing around in a wild park which were challenging to shoot, but yet still it was a pleasure shooting even wildlife with this camera. Here are some of the shots I took. I'm extremely happy with this camera...

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    I recognize that place, it's Bird Kingdom in Niagara, right? Very nice shots for sure, it can get dark in there which makes shooting tricky.
     
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    Very nice! If they were numbered I could even tell you which one I like the most.
     

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