Picked up a really good condition Nikon D850 from https://swoptics.co.uk/ in Truro the other day (Good price and good service) . I have done some aviation shots and some night shots of the moon. So far I am impressed with the detail the camera can produce. Since the pictures below were taken I have added an optional battery grip which increases the FPS from 7 to 9. Off to Wales and around a few other places over the next couple of weeks where hopefully weather permitting I will be able to get a lot more pictures. Pictures of the moon for now some aviation ones later:
Wednesday, 11 March 2020
"New" Nikon D850
Posted by Bobbster at 09:28 No comments:
Labels: Bob Sharples Photography, Cornwall, Moon, nikon D850, used
Sunday, 1 March 2020
Shorties still in Cornwall for now!!!
Surprised when I went out to find three Short Eared Owls were still in the vicinty where they have been over-wintering. I thought they would of moved on by now, must be stormy weather keeping them here: Another surprise was some blue skies and good light for photography!!!!! So here are some of the images from a good couple of hours with these majestic birds.
Posted by Bobbster at 20:22 No comments:
Labels: Asio Flammeus, bird of prey, Bob Sharples Photography, British Birds, Cornwall, heathland, Moors, RSPB, Short Eared Owl, Shortie, Wildlife
Germans visit RNAS Culdrose
Unusal sighting this week of a German Navy Dornier Do228 57+05 flying into RNAS Culdrose on 27th Feb. Conditions were very challenging with very strong crosswinds and low morning sunlight, I managed to capture it going into the base but missed the departure so only a couple of images:
Posted by Bobbster at 19:42 No comments:
Labels: 57+05, Aviation, Do228, Dornier, German Navy, Photography, Pollution Control. Bob Sharples, RNAS Culdrose
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