Sunday, 15 November 2009

Testing Canon EOS 7D

I took the plunge. Goodbye my fabulous eos 30D you have served well been everywhere and taken most things. Welcome eos 7D, here's a test picture of Otus I took today in cloudy conditions.

Second picture is a Blue Tit in the garden, this taken during the height of the wind and rain storms so the light was awful. I used 2000 ISO, which on the 30D would have been very grainy, I'm very pleased with this result, now I can't wait for the sun to shine again.

From Monday to Thursday at various times I should be doing some live webcasting for Autumn Watch, the exact times I don't know yet but will update the blog and twitter when I do.
I will take the camera with me and publish on the blog anything of interest.


rebecca Robinson said...

Great photographs.

I saw two Red Kites over the motorway yesterday. At Burnham and near Taunton.

Chris Sperring said...

Rebecca. Thanks for the comments.
RK at Burnham and Taunton is a great record, we are getting more and more sightings. Great bird well worth people looking out for.

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