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Author Topic: It's a good camera but...  (Read 1166 times)

Offline Sir-diealot

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It's a good camera but...
« on: November 27, 2019, 07:48:30 PM »
I really need a new lens. This picture was taken at no more than 125 yards this morning while out trapping. I only have the lens that it came with and that is a 45mm lens. How much better would a picture be with a 200mm lens? That is the biggest lens I can get without buying a 200.00 adapter and then other lens I think no more than 300mm all would have IS by the way. Part of my debate is if I should sell the camera and get a SLR, this one is a mirrorless camera, a Canon M50
Oh the picture was taken with maximum zoom.
IMG_0695 by Sir-diealot, on Flickr


Same picture edited and cropped.

IMG_0695 (2) by Sir-diealot, on Flickr
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