You Can’t Photograph Wildlife W/ Micro Four Thirds Cameras – Can YOU?
For the last two weeks I’ve been told I can’t photograph wildlife with a micro four/thirds camera. Most of the experts telling me this have never used a micro four thirds camera or for that matter shot wildlife, but here’s proof they are wrong. Shot this morning at La Jolla Cove near San Diego. California brown pelican in breeding plumage. See meta data below and full zoom at size.
Maybe you CAN photograph wildlife with a micro four thirds camera. Lots more to come. (Note this wasn’t even zoomed all the way out to 300mm (EFL=600mm) but you get the idea.)