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I brought the new year in with a few photos of ducks:

 

Canvasback

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Ring-necked Duck

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Bufflehead

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Mallard

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All photos: R8/DMR, 560mm f/6.8 Telyt, shoulder stock & monopod. All comments welcome.

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Doug you nailed the exposures on these perfect.... keeping in mind folks that the Telyt 560mm has a "null cam" so no information is getting to the R8 about the lens aperture, it all has to be done manually.

 

Thanks for sharing

 

Cheers, JRM

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Really Good

The Goleneye is my favorite

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Doug,

 

OOPS, The Ring-necked Duck photo is my favorite..........with the golden eye.

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Doug,

 

OOPS, The Ring-necked Duck photo is my favorite..........with the golden eye.

 

Not a problem

the Goldeneyes are here: http://www.l-camera-forum.com/leica-forum/nature-wildlife/111964-turf-wars-common-goldeneye.html

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