At over 9000 feet elevation and at the end of 23 miles of dirt road, the stocked lake of trout is where I saw a female Bald Eagle, symbol of our nation for the first time in my life. Too bad I had a lousy lens of 200mm. Plan to go up there again with my brand news 1000mm lens and get better pictures.
That is AWESOME Picture! How close were you? I used to have a Canon PowerShot, and Canon is a very good company! So the 200mm lens is very bad, it has color fringe: See below for comparison
50mm fixed lens:
200mm crappy lens with color fringe which is why so frustrated that I had an awesome shot but super lousy lens
See the color fringe at 1:1
500mm-1000mm lens just got yesterday (the day after the Bald Eagle)
less color fringe at 1:1
Of course I bought mine new from Ebay for $135 since I don't have money (bought it for my birthday) but check out these :Most expensive camera lens in the world: https://www.premiumbeat.com/blog/10-inc … ra-lenses/ Canon 5200mm F/14 Mirror Lens 5200mm. This lens is perfect for shooting weddings 18-32 miles away! In fact, to even get your subject in focus they would have to be standing 394 feet away from the lens.