Nikkor 200mm-500mm - Birds In Flight Performance - Roseate Spoonbills One Big Alligator

April 04, 2017  •  1 Comment
I take my Nikon D500 and my new Nikkor 200mm-500mm to the Stickmarsh and test performance on birds in flight. How did this combo perform? Unbelievable good!
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Lazy Wildlife / Birding Photography Viera Wetlands Florida Nikon 200-500mm Low Light

March 24, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I take my new Nikon 200-500mm out to Viera Wetlands, a very popular birding location in south Florida to see how it performs in less than ideal photography conditions. It was overcast and raining for much of the trip but the Nikon 200-500 paired with the Nikon D500 worked perfectly! All images were captured with the Nikon D500 and the Nikon 200-50...
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Nikon D500 - Chasing Endangered Snail Kites - Wildlife Photography

March 20, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I head back to the waste water treatment plant in search of endangered Snail Kites and as usual, I find much more. The Snail Kites were nice enough to stop and pose countless times for me and my camera. What an incredible experience. All images were captured with the Nikon D500 and Tamron 150-600mm lens V1. Shaky video captured using a gopro sessi...
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Nikon D500 - Birds, Birds and More Birds - Video Sample Too!

March 05, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I go back to the waste water treatment plant in search of nesting Sandhill Cranes and I find much more. Red Winged Blackbirds, Boat Tailed Grackles, Common Yellow Warbler, Black Capped Night Heron and loads of endangered Snail Kites.
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Nikon D500 South Florida Birding Extravaganza

February 26, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Find out why nature photography is fun, exciting and unpredictable. Join me at a waste water treatment plant in South Florida where I put my Nikon D500 and Tamron 150-600 mm V1 to the test. We went looking for Sandhill Cranes but found so much more. How did the Nikon D500 / Tamron 150-600mm do? Watch the entire video to find out!
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