looking for a camera that is fast switching between static subjects and fast moving subjects

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Lemelisk Forum Member • Posts: 57
Re: looking for a camera that is fast switching between static subjects and fast moving subjects

FrancoD wrote:

tony field wrote:

FrancoD wrote:

I wish you good luck shooting wildlife with a 50mm lens.

Sometimes wildlife is not that wild. I have shot close-ups at 32 mm.

Good info.

I'll add the 50mm to my list of "reccomended for wild life" lenses.

In all seriousness, 50mm isn't all that bad in areas where wildlife aren't scared of humans. I would never recommend 50mm, but if it's all you got it ain't that bad for some subjects. Anyways, the challenge is fun, I've spent many hours stalking more mundane animals when learning photography and I didn't have the money for a telephoto - this was taken at 40mm mft (which I think is roughly equivalent to 50mm aps-c)

I do have a great telephoto lens now, but sometimes it's just more fun to spend the time to get close enough with a shorter lens.

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