08-12-2017 04:41 PM
Why is it so impossible to think anybody is not capabe of this. You were there at one time! I was there at one time. We all were. No time like the present to LEARN.
You're right, there IS no time like the present to learn. But I have no patience for the mentally lazy. Thus, I shall bow out from this thread henceforth.
08-13-2017 10:21 PM
Would a so called bridge camera like the SX60HS work for birding? I heard the head of Audubon uses one? The long focal length could be an advantage but it offers about 16 megapixels. Opinions?
08-13-2017 11:15 PM
What is wrong with 16 MP?
The original image was 16 MP. It has about a 50% crop. The cropped image was resized to 6000 x 4000.
08-14-2017 09:13 AM
What about a Canon bridge camera for birding?
The question you're asking is, "Am I willing to forego the flexibility of interchangeable lenses?" And the obvious answer is, "How should we know?"
08-14-2017 09:18 AM
08-14-2017 10:54 AM
"What is wrong with 16 MP?"
Plenty..............and maybe nothing.
Again folks don't understand mega pixels. MP is only one part of the equation. 16MP on a crop sensor vs 16MP on a FF is hardly comparable let alone on a PowerShot SX60 HS.
08-31-2017 08:15 AM
I like to take shots of clouds over the ocean just before sunrise. Would a 35mm prime be a good pick?
IMO, a 35mm prime is a waste of money unless it's f/2 or better. And you don't need f/2 for early morning seascapes.