Showcase Nikon 200-500mm f/5.6 E ED AF-S VR

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A couple I shot this past Friday. Still using my D7100, though sometimes I wish I had a D500...

A Blue Heron with a relentless itch...
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A Barn Swallow
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A Pair of Barn Swallows
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I thought about looking for another thread or Sub-forum to post this video, but then I figured I’d put it here since this thread is for the 200-500...
The same heron from my post above, grooming. D7100 with 200-500
 

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Young Blue Arrow

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Enjoy
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Can also be used for Macro...
Buttonbush blooms
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Cheers !!!
 
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Short-eared Owl 🦉. D850 and Nikon 200-500mm f5.6 hand held. Shot during sunset.

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The level of detail is remarkable...for such an inexpensive lens (y)
100% crop straight out of my D500


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After a couple of hot days, yesterday it was overcast and raining. I did get a few shots in the rain, but also managed a few during some breaks in the weather.

I decided to use the 200-500mm on a Nikon body due to the weather. The adapter I recently purchased for using my Nikkor lens on Fuji bodies, I don't believe is weatherproof.

First group in the rain

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#3 Just as the rain past through
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Not too many birds around yesterday, maybe they are still recovering from the recent heatwave.

#4 New Holland Honeyeater
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#5 Superb Fairy-wren
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#6 Superb Fairy-wren
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#7 Eastern Yellow Robin
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#8 Masked Lapwing (Juvenile) with adult in the background
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#9 Pacific Black Duck
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