33 thoughts on “Field test of Sony’s 200-600mm lens for wildlife photography

  • June 8, 2021 at 10:56
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    Very intriguing video. Nicely done. Quick question if you can answer it: How do you keep your battery from becoming exhausted in the cold? I have taken my Sony A6000 up in the mountains, and the battery seems to go decently quick when I'm shooting in freezing temperatures (-5C to 0C, for example)

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    This lens is a beast. I bought mine and in the first week suffered a bad fall while shooting birds at Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge. Even though I tried to protect the camera and lens during the fall, the lens hit a hard clay surface. Camera and lens suffered zero damage. I tore my hamstring and took the brunt of the fall. Regardless, both the Sony a7iii and lens should have been toast. Not one bit of damage. To see the images my combination produced after the fall go to 43 North on Instagram. Judge for yourself.

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    I love this🥰💖
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    I saw you commented that you used an a6400 for your video. That's the only camera I own and I'm planning a trip to South Africa so I'm considering getting this lens. Would it work okay with the a6400?

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    I just took a photo of a bird at f5.6 with this lens & got heaps of bokeh. £1500 for this lens or £9000 for an f4, I can live with it .
    Ref my A7III. Wish I could switch off the darn full auto focus in auto mode ,without having to go to S or A mode. I prefer centre spot auto focus because that doesn't have a mind of its own

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    Hi Will, I'm interested to know which Atlas Backpack you use – I have the same Sony A9 + 200-600mm lens combo and finding it hard to find a suitable bag. A great video and fantastic images of the Osprey – one of my favourites birds. The Cairngorms have been on my bucket list for some time but it's a long way from Sydney. Do you run any workshops at that location? Cheers Colin from Oz.

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