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Northern Yellow Shafted Flicker

Discussion in 'Birds' started by OHcorgis, Apr 6, 2019.

  1. Noisy but so pretty.



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  2. Beautiful bird, gorgeous detail (y).
     
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  3. Sharp clear a beauty
     
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  4. Thank you....interesting fact. I found out while shooting the flicker that I could choose a silent mode on camera and still have continuous shooting. I never bothered because my D4 would only shoot single shots on silent mode AFAIK. Silent mode really helps shooting shy birds.
     
  5. Well done.
     
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  6. Very well done Birgit !!! One of my favorite birds as the detail is so different from all angles. Beautiful !!!!!!
     
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  7. Nice sharp images!
     
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  8. Jeff1

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    Mar 26, 2017
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    Jeff
    Nice shots! Good feather detail.
     
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  9. this is kind of an important point. When you shoot in silent mode you have less mirror slap. Therefore you can use a slower shutter speed. With a camera that supports continous shooting this can be very useful in situations where you have low light.

     
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  10. Excellent detail..
     
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