Chester Zoo, first time out with the R6


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So, first time out with my R6, have to say although different to what I'm used to, once set up to my liking, seems to work well. AF works well, but can be a little difficult to change focus point if more than one subject, but with setting a back button to change the AF mode, don't need to take your eye away from the EVF as its all displayed in there its quite easy to go from eye AF to single point then move it with the joystick. Image quality, to me anyway, is pretty good, obviously not up with the R5 or other 40+mp cameras, still pretty good for my liking. Hope to get out and about a bit more in the coming weeks, weather permitting, to try and get some moving subjects.

1. Rhino sleeping
_94A0895 by Mark Harris, on Flickr

2. _94A0885 by Mark Harris, on Flickr

3. Mini meerkat
_94A0880 by Mark Harris, on Flickr

4. Mini Meerkat fight (or playing)
_94A0849 by Mark Harris, on Flickr

5 Lookout
_94A0809 by Mark Harris, on Flickr

6. 3 hands
_94A0725 by Mark Harris, on Flickr

7. _94A0720 by Mark Harris, on Flickr

8. Pppppenguin
_94A0645 by Mark Harris, on Flickr

9. _94A0595 by Mark Harris, on Flickr

10. Thirsty work
_94A0563 by Mark Harris, on Flickr
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Great set but 13 and 15 :love:


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Nice pics, glad you're getting on OK with the new camera.


Reckon you should be able to sell prints of 13 by the shedload......


Thanks for the kind words, I'd like to think it was more me than the new camera :D

It was - the new gear just gives your mojo a kick start... :cool:

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