I took the crop sensor Nikon Z50 with my Nikon AF-S 80-400mm G ED VR lens via the FTZII adaptor out to do some bird photography. This was an experiment to see how the Z50 would perform photographing birds. The results I got were a bit of a mishmash and I share them in this video.
I was surprised with some of the photos I got with this Nikon Z50 Bird Photography session. But there were times I got some photos sharp in focus and then others out of focus (sometimes the very next frame in a sequence). So I did some static tests back in my garden and found everything was ok with the lens etc. The next thing I want to try is some different settings on the camera in a few weeks to see how I go. I’ll make another video on that.
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