Benefits of shooting mirrorless for wildlife. The crew talks about Suzette Allens talk for the local PAC chapter. We talk about the Lumix 100-400mm Leica lens which will give you an effective 800mm range. This lens is about the size of the Canon 70-200. Mirrorless cameras are now featuring new “bells & whistles” that your DSLR may not have. Nick has tested the 4k photo (now 6k photo) feature in the Lumix line of cameras. The cameras have apps you can shoot from remotely. You can grab a 8mp still with 4k and 18mp with the 6k photo feature.
Constant Preview is a newer Mirrorless feature, that shows you the exposure before you shoot the shot, along with focus peaking on manual focus.
Many of the cameras have touch screen and touch focus, to help you get great shots of birds and other subjects. Focus following helps with moving subjects.
Focus racking will let you change focus while you are shooting video.
Silent mode helps you not attract attention of animals or scare them away.
We enjoyed Suzette Allen and her talk on hybrid photography. Find more about the tips at http://www.SuzetteSays.com
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