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Great Tit

By AnthonyR
1/100sec, f6.3, ISO400 @453mm, monopod.

Taken in the garden today, on his way to the nut feeder. The low light pushed the ISO to 400, and still only managed 1/100th sec. Roll on sunny days.

Tags: Birds Great tit Parus major Wildlife and nature

Voters: alfacolin156, Scott_Scot, Rodmac and 19 more


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Comments


24 Nov 2008 4:36PM
Dont know how you kept such a long lens still enough at 100th sec to take this? I know you used a monopod but even so ... Well done good shot click

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Scott_Scot 11 4 4 Scotland
24 Nov 2008 4:36PM
Well done!Scotty
Wilmot 7 338 1 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2008 4:40PM
Wonderful  shot,Steve
AnthonyR 9 5 Wales
24 Nov 2008 4:41PM
I put my back to the shed wall and hoped for the best Colin.

Thanks for the comment.

Anthony.
AnthonyR 9 5 Wales
24 Nov 2008 4:42PM
Cheers Scott and Steve.
24 Nov 2008 5:06PM
beautiful shot...
scott
HenB 7
24 Nov 2008 5:08PM
Nice shot Anthony considering the conditions. Still enough detail there.
shelldud 7 15 England
24 Nov 2008 5:26PM
good shot
24 Nov 2008 6:21PM
Fine catch Anthony, that's a big lens, well done, Adrian
AlanBW 10 20 England
24 Nov 2008 7:00PM
Very good capture, lovely pose
DerekL 10 155 24 England
24 Nov 2008 10:21PM
A good effort at such a slow shutter speed.
Try going to ISO800 in low light conditions. There will be a little more noise, but hardly discernable, but it will give you a better chance for a sharper image.

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