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  1. The Canon RF400mm F2.8L IS USM and Canon RF600mm...

    The Canon RF400mm F2.8L IS USM and Canon RF600mm F4L IS USM are both designed to be optically identical to their EF counterparts. The RF400mm and RF600mm weigh in at 6.37 and 6.81 pounds with a...
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    Wow! What colours! These tiny creatures are so...

    Wow! What colours! These tiny creatures are so interesting. Their bodies are designed to perform intricate tasks. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    I like the rim lighting. I wish some more depth...

    I like the rim lighting. I wish some more depth of field so that the perch would have come out better. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
  4. From Up-Close To Far Away, New Canon RF Lenses Have You Covered

    From Up-Close To Far Away, New Canon RF Lenses Have You Covered
    The Canon RF100mm F2.8 L Macro IS USM lens is not only Canon’s first RF lens designed specifically for macro photography, but also the...
  5. Canon Announces development of Professional Full-Frame EOS R3 Mirrorless Camera

    Canon Announces development of Professional Full-Frame EOS R3 Mirrorless Camera
    Canon has announced that it is launching the EOS R3, a powerfull fullframe mirrorless camera which is slotted between...
  6. Great to know that you could watch them again...

    Great to know that you could watch them again this year. In many places the habitat gets impacted so the birds are not found in subsequent years. Look forward to more images. Thanks for sharing.
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    Sun bathing. In Bhitarkanika when I was walking...

    Sun bathing. In Bhitarkanika when I was walking suddenly 5-6 of them ran in all directions. They love to do bask in the sunlight. Earlier they were common around my house. But people are becoming...
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    Looks a bit funny. We don't often see this house...

    Looks a bit funny. We don't often see this house cat like pose. Thanks for sharing.
  9. Thread: Catch

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    Nice to see both of them in the same pose. Were...

    Nice to see both of them in the same pose. Were you shooting from a watch tower? Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Satkosia tree diversity

    This image was clicked in Satkosia Tiger reserve in the core area. Whereas the buffer area has many villages and faces huge anthropogenic challenges, the core area still has nice tree species. The...
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    Nice to see this. It would have been great if the...

    Nice to see this. It would have been great if the angle were a bit less steep. When we point our camera upwards, the depth of field is often not enough to cover the feet and the head. Thanks for...
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    Tiger in Bamboo forest

    Clicked from an elephant back in Bandhavgarh. it was late morning and the sun rays were piercing. Fortunately this tiger had taken shelter in a clump of bamboo and I could get it in shade.

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  13. Zitay CFast 2.0 Dummy card to MSATA SSD adaptor

    Zitay CFast 2.0 Dummy card to MSATA SSD adaptor

    Couple of years ago when we were struggling with the high cost of the CFast 2.0 cards in the high end DSLR and video cameras, there were many...
  14. Great sighting. Were you on a jeep? A wider angle...

    Great sighting. Were you on a jeep? A wider angle would have been great, as the body of the deer has been cut off. The tail of the deer is up when they get alarmed. In this image, we don't get to see...
  15. FilmConvert Nitrate problem with FCPx 10.5.2 on Apple Silicon Macs

    I just got an email from the popular colour grading plugin FilmConvert that the FilmConvert Nitrate doesn't work with the new FCPx 10.5.2 update on the Macs running the new M1 Apple chips.
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  16. Apple releases FCPx 10.5.2 update

    Apple has released an update to FCPX on 4th March 2021. This version called as 10.5.2 is optimized for Apple Silicon which apple launched earlier in the Macbook Air, Macbook Pro and Mac Mini. There...
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    The grains tells us that it was late in the...

    The grains tells us that it was late in the evening. And the empty road and lack of undergrowth to hide sums up the situation of the tiger. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Lovely sighting. The leopard is looking out to...

    Lovely sighting. The leopard is looking out to ascertain the threat situation from its surroundings. It is easier to miss the tip of the tail at the left bottom corner. At times that is what one sees...
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    This gives a feel of the place. Looks like you...

    This gives a feel of the place. Looks like you have some sensor dust spot at the top of the image. Did you sight any crocodiles there? Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    Nice sighting. I like the pose. The eye contact...

    Nice sighting. I like the pose. The eye contact is nice. Did it fly away soon after this or did you get more shots. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    The details in the image look good. From...

    The details in the image look good. From childhood days I have squirmed at the sight of these fellows who were all around us in our village. Never moved close to photograph them. :laugh: Nice to see...
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    Wow! That is very interesting to note that you...

    Wow! That is very interesting to note that you found it in 14th floor balcony. Nice contrasting white and blue colour. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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    The mudskippers have unique adaptations. They...

    The mudskippers have unique adaptations. They have gills as well as engage in cutaneous respiration ie breathing through skin in the mouth and throat region. So they can breathe both in and out of...
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    Ants have very precise communication with each...

    Ants have very precise communication with each other. So I don't think these ants on the top are on a joy ride.
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    It is tough to spot this one. I am not sure if I...

    It is tough to spot this one. I am not sure if I would have spotted it in this form. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi
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