Sunday, 25 April 2010


One of the great features of the Canon 1D Mark IV is the ability of micro-adjust every lens and tele-converter combo to ensure pin-sharp images. With lots of 'small' bird photography on the agenda over the next few weeks, the day was spent micro-adjusting the Canon 800mm with 1.4x EF converters and then field testing the gear.

On arriving home I was greeted by 3 Tree Sparrows which increased to five early in the evening - only the second record of this species for the garden. Tree Sparrows are scarce passage migrants in Shetland.

1 comment:

Dominic Gendron said...

Your adjustement wherre right on! those image are clear sahrp! I really love the first one ;)