What to get for BIF and general wildlife, camera and lens.

Started Oct 6, 2022 | Discussions thread
number_5
number_5 Contributing Member • Posts: 920
Re: What to get for BIF and general wildlife, camera and lens.

Fujix100vuseruk wrote:

The only negative comment I can give about going with the Sony rx10 is the slow motor zoom and power up to grab a shot at a fleeting moment which happens a lot in wildlife photography.

Agreed. Even the mirrorless power/wake up times are too slow. I leave the sleep timer off and don't power down - bring extra batteries. Majority (high 90's) of the wildlife/BIF images are taken at the maximum focal length, and that's where I leave it at. YMMV.

If going for an interchangeable lens option you need to decide what focal length you want

70-300, 100-400, 150-500, 150-600 and decide which size sensor and your budget .

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