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Gulls , 5 th March 2023

A new addition to my kit bag arrived on Friday and I have been desperately trying to escape domestic duties to give the lens a Canon RF 100-400 a quick test . One hour only ( the Sunday roast was already in the oven ) so it’s off to one of my favourite local spots , the lake at Mouldon Hill Country Park.

My initial view i, very positive. The lens is lightweight, has image stabilisation and seems quick to have a fast auto focus ,. Anyway this is only a quick blog and after more testing I will post a full review of the lens , here are a few photos from today of a Black-headed Gull……..( and I made it back for dinner with 15 minutes spare )

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