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  1. Blue Heron photographed at Seabeck, Washington
  2. Hey if this is the wrong forum for this question, I apologize in advance. I need a zoon lens for my new A7RIII that is at least 600mm for nature, wildlife, birds, etc photography. Ideally, I would get the Son 200-600mm lens, but with tax, it is over $2000 and that's stretching my budget right now. I saw on B&H the Sigma 150-600mm w/ MC-11 adapter at about 1/2 the price. The reviews were mixed and I'm not entirely certain it would work on the A7RIII. I have a Sigma 100-400mm with the MC-11 that is okay, but can only really work in AF-S mode and is quite heavy so I don't use it much. Anyway, does anyone have experience with the Sigma 150-600mm w/ MC-11 adapter on the SonyA7RIII or can you suggest an alternative? Thanks for your time!
  3. all: a7rIII, 600mm f/4 GM using camo netting for a blind
  4. From the album: Birding with A7rII

    Snow Geese & Mt. Baker winter evening. I love the size of A7rII files which allows for a crop like this - like getting more tele.

    © Jim Dockery

  5. From the album: Birding with A7rII

    Panorama at wildlife preserve near my house. Birds were captured 20 min. later as I walked back to the car, then added in photoshop.

    © Jim Dockery

  6. From the album: Birding with A7rII

    Got this with my A7rII and 55mm as I was walking back to the car after an unsuccessful afternoon of birding. Barely had time to whip the camera out of the case and snap three shots before they were gone.

    © Jim Dockery

  7. From the album: Birding with A7rII

    Got this with my A7rII and 55mm as I was walking back to the car after an unsuccessful afternoon of birding. Barely had time to whip the camera out of the case and snap three shots before they were gone.

    © Jim Dockery

  8. From the album: Birding with A7rII

    Cloudy winter day at Fir Island in the Skagit valley. Tamron 150-600 at 600mm on A7rII with LA-EA3 adapter.

    © Jim Dockery

  9. From the album: Birding with A7rII

    Cloudy winter day at Fir Island in the Skagit valley. Tamron 150-600 at 600mm on A7rII with LA-EA3 adapter.

    © Jim Dockery

  10. From the album: Birding with A7rII

    Cloudy winter day at Fir Island in the Skagit valley. Tamron 150-600 on A7rII with LA-EA3 adapter.

    © Jim Dockery

  11. Yes I have used Sony A7R for bird photography I know it's not that good for wildlife and sport photography due to slow AF speed and bad object tracking but I wanted to use the 36MP sensor for more cropping ability All photos were taken using : Sony A7R + LA-EA4 adapter + Minolta 600mm f/4 APO G lens you will get great image quality using this setup but it will be harder to catch birds in flight Check my photo gallery here Virusx.org for more photos Cheers
  12. photographs taken behind the barbed wire fence
  13. Here is a portrait of an Andean Condor (juvenile male), taken with a7R III, Sigma MC-11 and Sigma 150-600 Sport on the "camino de las altas cumbres", Cordoba province, Argentina And you can view it with more definition here: https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49451148336_ea99a3577b_k.jpg
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