Here are a few photos (9 total) leading up to the photo for my picture of the day, "Wings Up!", and more testing with the Mirrorless camera. There were 15 photos out of 20 that were in focus with this series of images of this particular heron. I had it set to 'wide' focus, which enables all focus points (425 phase detection AF points). It did a decent job of tracking and staying on the heron, especially the fact that it was coming towards us. For tracking with the converter enabling Canon lenses to be used, I'm pleased with the results. It's not perfect, as an actual Sony mount lens would do, but pretty impressive, non the less.
The photos are in order of the sequence, leading up to the last photo just before the 'wings up' image from the previous post.
Taken with Sony Alpha a6500 Mirrorless Digital Camera with Sigma MC-ll Converter (EF Mount to Sony E), & Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM Lens @ 400mm / f5.6 / 1/1600 secs / ISO 500.
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