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Bird Photography with my canon 7d mk 2 and sigma 150-600mm lens



Tips for using your Canon 7d2 and Sigma 150-600, photographing birds and wildlife.
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IMAGES AND B ROLL- 12:16

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This video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SXda65tnl8

Here’s a video I’d like you to watch-

Canon 7d mk 2 and Sigma 150-600 custom settings-HOW TO SET YOU BACKBUTTONS ETC_
https://youtu.be/O6Ow2NpAIvs

Also Wifey and the woodpecker:
https://youtu.be/FPYuSWC0OUA

Bird Photography tips-Canon 7d mark ii-sigma 150-600mm con
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BbJRb4BafA

GEAR-
Canon 7d mark 2
Sigma 150-600mm contemporary lens

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Bird Photography tips-Canon 7d mark ii-sigma 150-600mm con
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BbJRb4BafA

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13 comments
  1. Great video. Not too technical so novice like me can understand. Got a canon with the sigma 150-600 which arrived this week so looking forward to getting out and using it. Thanks

  2. Nice video Jason. I use the same equipment as yours. With mine, I have the camera set to dual back button focusing. The center button I keep set to single center focal point in AI Servo. The left button is usually set to single point with either the four or eight expanded points and AI servo. Makes it really easy to switch back and forth without taking your eye off ones subject. Have a great new year.šŸ™‚

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