CritterSnap #1: Canon EF 100-400mm II, Puerto Rico Photography, Micro Four Thirds System

This is the first episode of our talk show experiment on all things nature photo/videography. Canon 100-400 II Impressions: 05:37 Micro Four Thirds talk: 16:12 Puerto Rico 23:41 Getting into…
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4 Responses

  1. CritterSnap says:

    CritterSnap episode 1 is now live!

  2. geographer ix says:

    Hi guys. Nice diversion seeing a real conversation rather a single expert
    lecturing about gear. I also have scientific background (biogeography) and
    share your interest in nature photography. The new canon 100-400mm was my
    latesd acquisition and I so far I am really impressed with it. I had the
    300mm f4 L IS before and the new 100-400 is at least as sharp (if not
    sharper) the that prime. The older 300mm had also a nice short minimum
    focus distance (mfd) of 1.something meters and the new 100-400 has even a
    shorter one. So both lenses are also very useable for insects, frogs and
    reptiles (especially with extension tubes or teleconverters).

    On the video style: a bit too many screen switches, but that is just my
    opinion and my just come from the dialogue format. Also using
    video-software which allows direct view of a screen combined with the
    webcams would be good.
    Anyway, very interesting. Looking forward for more of you guys.

  3. Daniel Zurek says:

    We are a group of biologists and avid photographers, especially macro. Two
    of us shoot exclusively with Micro Four Thirds. We just started a youtube
    show about everything related to nature photo/videography, with a
    scientific slant. Here’s our first episode: http://youtu.be/uAMoWZYTico

  4. Daniel Zurek says:

    We are a group of biologists and avid photographers, especially macro. We
    just started a youtube show about everything related to nature
    photo/videography, with a scientific slant. Here’s our first episode:
    http://youtu.be/uAMoWZYTico

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