|Food Time! 1/4000 sec|
On this occasion, I was shooting with a legacy 80-200mm zoom lens of at least 30 years in age strapped to my OM-D. Manual focussing on quick little birds is not too easy - I was using the OM-D's zoom feature to focus on the area where I knew the birds would appear and trying not to move about too much (no tripod, as usual) and relying heavily on the OM-D's image stabiliser. I pushed the ISO up to 800 to make sure those shutter speeds stayed high. As you can see, I'm no birder, but I'm pretty happy with some of the shots I got, which I took at a local mere (that's a lake left over from the last ice age) from a handy bird-hide.