Wood duck take off

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Just out doing a bit of testing shooting the A1.

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Louie
 
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as always.. you set the standard...
Most appreciate your kind word Karl, thank you.
Lovely pictures!. Great colour and sharpness.
Thanks Morty.
Well done, enjoy the new camera.
I have only shot with mine for about 2 hours. It is different.
Sun n fun airshow is in town next week, so hopefully I can work the kinks out there.
gary
Thanks a lot Gary, certainly a fun camera to shoot with, would be interesting to compare notes when you have a chance.
 
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groaning here - I knew I shouldn't have looked! Amazing shots of the one duck I have yet to see and photograph!
Thanks very much Dianne, they sure are beautiful to watch during this time of year.
Wonderful set, Louis! That A1 camera is going to be just dandy for you! You and it nailed this duck absolutely right-on each and every time! Beautiful.....
Appreciate your kind comments, thank you very much.
Awesome set Louie.
The Sony A1 is a real gun machines.
Well done.
Thanks very much Bob, and yes the A1 can be a real big gun or you can tame it down to 5,10, 15 or 20 fps.
 

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