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Four Leaps in a Row?

Four Leaps in a Row?

pouncing Coyote captured by D6 / 180-400VRBatteries are charged, tests made, gear prepacked, permit in hand, it's time to head into Yellowstone's backcountry in winter. My last three times I've been soooo fortunate to photograph either Red Fox or Coyote multiple times "pouncing" on prey under the snow. I truly love them walking up, head cocking...

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Time to Polish that Panning

Time to Polish that Panning

Beech 18 captured by D5 / 200-400VR2The first airshow of 2022 is just a couple of weeks away, are you ready to get out, have fun and come back with them visual memories? I know I'm not which is why I've been out practicing my panning like crazy. This season I'll be out with the Z 9 / 180-400VR, a new rig with a slightly better balance so I'm...

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Chasing the Image

Chasing the Image

Grand Haven Lighthouse captured by Z 9 / Z70-200f2.8 w/Z2xLighthouse, ice, and giant waves, it's got Moose written all over it! Yet, it has taken me decades to finally make it to the shore of Lake Michigan and chase them. All you really need are freezing temps (10 degrees or less) and a lot, a lot of wind (we had 28mps winds). Then you stand...

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Z100-400 w / Z2x – Dang!

Z100-400 w / Z2x – Dang!

Blue Jay captured by Z 9 / Z100-400 w/Z 2xSubject size in the frame is often an important criterion in photography. Wildlife photography tends to want that subject frame filling. And there are times when you can't get close physically so you depend on glass. That's where often the teleconverter steps in. Nikon just released their new Z100-400...

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Cold is Not a Handicap

Cold is Not a Handicap

Ludington Breakwater Lighthouse captured by Z 9 / Z70-200f2.8The Z 9 has no issues functioning 100% in cold and nasty weather. This question keeps coming in and I'm happy to report with a sample base of four Z 9s, there were no issues (can't say the same for the photographers :-) shooting with great zeal in the cold. Shooting in a wet Zero, the Z...

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Z 9 – Which Card?

Z 9 – Which Card?

ProGrade Colbalt 650GB & 325GB CFexpress Type B cards in Z 9The key to the speed of the Z 9 and its Expeed 7 dual-stream wizardry is the writing speed to the memory and the write speed of the memory. It’s needed for 20fps Raws or 120fps Jpegs stills and 125 minutes 8K...

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