Thanks, Moose. I quite like the look of the GX9, but the 100-300 might be more
manageable. The Panny 100-400 is as big as the Fuji zoom of that range.
I do like your collection from Bhutan as well.
> On 27 Aug 2019, at 09:14, Moose <olymoose@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 8/26/2019 11:48 PM, ChrisB wrote:
>> That kit is tempting, Moose.
>> I was at our local airfield for its annual air show on Sunday. In the past
>> I’ve manage some lovely shots because the crowd line has been very close to
>> the display line. Unfortunately, the crash of a Hunter T7 at Shoreham
>> <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2015_Shoreham_Airshow_crash>> a few years ago
>> has resulted in a tightening of those parameters, the result of which is
>> that the aircraft are further away and higher. My Fuji 50-230 zoom was not
>> enough and I had to perform much cropping:
>> Look at the extra shot below, of a P-51; it’s about 25% of the area of the
>> original. I could have done with a bit of “Moose Reach” that day.
> Take a look at the photos of vultures here.
> They are much smaller than planes, and up pretty high. GX9 with 100-400, a
> central group of focus points and medium burst mode, is quite effective.
> Also, possibly cropped more than the P-51.
> Long View Moose
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/