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Female Kingfisher - Valli di Argenta (fe) sent on October 03, 2013 (17:05) by Ajeje. 4 comments, 1060 views.

, 1/125 f/5.0, ISO 800, tripod. Specie: Alcedo atthis

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sent on December 10, 2013 (18:02) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I know him! ..... :-)

beautiful colors

sent on January 25, 2020 (21:51) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

The photo I like beautiful colors and also the martin is well sharp ...congratulations.... can you give me some information about this vintage optics ... The 300mm 2.8 AF is fast and when the martin or other flywheels are in flight Af keeps the subject hooking ?
Have you ever tried this lens on sony mirrorles type A7?
I'm switching from Canon to Sony mirrorles and I'm considering taking a sony A adapter to Sony E and I might like this lens.
Where do you recognize whether it's a male or a female?
thank you.

sent on February 02, 2020 (11:48) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Zeval, the 300 Minolta optically is very valid, considering the age, however, since it takes advantage of the power outlet of the machine (it has no internal engine) you can not claim the speed of the most modern optics (although then it depends on the autofocus of the machine). I use it with the A77 II and A99, mainly on the easel, given the not indifferent weight, on a mirrorless I can not tell you, since you should use the adapter.
As for the differences between Martino and "Martina", the most obvious difference is that the female has the lower part of the beak of brown red color, while in the male the color is uniform black, in addition to the plumage of the abdomen in the male is of a more intense orange, but seeing them individually the difference is not so appreciable.....

sent on March 07, 2020 (16:34) | This comment has been translated

Thank you!

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