Morte Point Walkabout

Posted on July 18, 2017

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Mid July on the North Devon coast. The J-Bay event in South Africa is firing during (their) mid winter, temperatures are about the same……

I had an opportunity to watch the three 10s in the morning by Jordy and Julian and as a judge (asperger’s), I’m still trying to put them in order… (Leave comments below).

So, I went for a walk along the coast path with the Fuji X-T2 and the Fujinon 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 OIS WR combo. I’ve heard good things about the X-T’s with the X-trans sensor, also the 100-400mm has had good reviews. Could it replace my normal wildlife walk around combo, the  Canon 7D mk2 and the compact  L series 70-300mm DO IS?

Who knows, changing from a brand that does everything perfectly for you, and has done for decades, is a leap into the buggery…

All these images are jpegs, fresh out of the can, I have sharpened them in photoshop.  I’m not too sure yet which raw converter to use yet for the X-trans sensor, any suggestion for best please let me know. Or shall I have to use the long wait in Lightroom.. ??

Click and make big you pixel peepers. 

100mm

Duck

and her chicks

Mallard female?

Focus tracking was alright

Family group

Pipit, jpegs out of camera – not too bad,

Hello

a close encounter with an elusive Morte Peregrine

you looking at me?

More

Rock Pipit

Morte Pere

Flying high above the point #mortehoe

Gannet

Oldenberg crashes past Bull Point lighthouse

Lichen

Lundy

Fuji X -T2 w/ 100-400mm 4.5-5.6

First impressions:

Lens is sharp (look at the duckings’ feathers)

Camera is light.

More to follow

Fish pie to finish of a good day.

 

 

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