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Todd Secki Registered since 03rd Feb 2011Tue 15-Feb-11 11:17 PM
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"Red Shouldered Hawk ISO"


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This Red Shouldered was perched about 20' from me. She flew off into the Sun so I missed the BIF shot. The ISO was set at 500 alot more then it could have been. Amazing Camera
Nikon D7000 f/5.6 1/1250 Iso 500 Sharpening-6 Hand held at 300mm

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15th Feb 2011
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wwt67 Silver Member Nikonian since 07th Apr 2010Tue 15-Feb-11 11:48 PM
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#1. "RE: Red Shouldered Hawk ISO"
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Warsaw, US
          

Great shot! Is this cropped or the full image?
The D7k @ISO 500 produces nice clean images. Recently, I was shooting with my 300mm + 1.4TC (420mm) at ISO 640 to get shutter speeds above 1/800 and I am amazed what the D7k produces.

I just wish I could find something cool like this to shoot instead of the Robins that seem to be so plentiful right now.

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Todd Secki Registered since 03rd Feb 2011Wed 16-Feb-11 12:08 AM
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Yes the image was cropped but verry little. Up untill my D7000 I would never shoot ISO above 400. The D7000 opens up a whole new realm of possibilities. Maybe now I can get those night shots of some Owls. Alot of Hawks hunt roadsides. I see them perched every day along the roads. Just keep your eyes opened (And on the road)


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b1234s Registered since 05th Dec 2010Sat 19-Feb-11 09:12 PM
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>Yes the image was cropped but verry little. Up untill my
>D7000 I would never shoot ISO above 400. The D7000 opens up a
>whole new realm of possibilities. Maybe now I can get those
>night shots of some Owls. Alot of Hawks hunt roadsides. I see
>them perched every day along the roads. Just keep your eyes
>opened (And on the road)
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>
>Find Your Passion And Make It Your Life
>
>http://www.aplacecalledhoperaptors.com/
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>
Todd
You mentioned you shot this at 300mm, which lens were you using? Was this the Nikon 300mm fixed or a zoom lens?

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wingdo Registered since 26th Aug 2007Sun 20-Feb-11 07:23 PM
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Chicago, US
          


>You mentioned you shot this at 300mm, which lens were you
>using? Was this the Nikon 300mm fixed or a zoom lens?

According to his profile, he has the 70-300 AF-S VR

Doug
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captainkev Registered since 24th Jan 2011Tue 15-Feb-11 11:54 PM
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Washington Township, US
          

great capture of the eye and beak. nice pic

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Wed 16-Feb-11 12:45 AM
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Nice work Todd!

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JHCIII Silver Member Nikonian since 24th Aug 2007Fri 18-Feb-11 01:29 AM
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Awesome shot - very cool!

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rbsandor Gold Member Nikonian since 29th Aug 2007Fri 18-Feb-11 03:56 PM
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#6. "RE: Red Shouldered Hawk ISO"
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Denver, US
          

Todd: why not use the Auto ISO feature. It will choose the lowest ISO necessary for the exposure. Exposure compensation can be used if needed for a particular situation (snow field/coal mine).The ISO feature works extremely well on the upper end DSLRs. While you're at it, consider the next step of shooting in Camera Manual. That way, you choose the aperture and ss that you think are best for the situation. Richard

  

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KnightPhoto Gold Member Nikonian since 18th Dec 2006Sat 19-Feb-11 01:36 PM
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Great shot Todd. I love the sharpness and colours of the image!

Best regards, SteveK

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