Wildlife with a wide angle?
The poor quality of this image is probably due to a combination of a few things - moving boat (ISO 200 and shutter speed 1/400 sec), less than optimum aperture (f/4), and a so-so lens (24 mm f/2.8D).
A bump to ISO 400 and a f/5.6 aperture might have placed it in the sweet spot for this lens.
Not sure if it was here where somebody mentioned the use of wide angle lenses for images of wildlife in their environment. I wonder if anybody here has gone wide for wildlife?
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