A surprise! I had totally forgotten I’d take the pictures of the little Tufted Titmouse. It didn’t need a lot of work, but just to show the difference after I got rid of the wires.
Just this once, the little Tufted Titmouse let me take his picture outside and not through the glass. Nice to get an image withough the extra (inevitably needs cleaning) glass.
The first one was taken on the big OMD-E1 M2 with the 100-300 mm Panasonic (Leica) lens. That is my birding lens and it’s a honey.
The second picture was taken on my Pen F with a 12-200 mm lens. It’s probably my most versatile lens. Unless I need a faster lens — or the macro or portrait — it’s always on the Pen F which is my favorite camera for general photography.