Testing at 400mm

In an attempt to get a few better bird photos for the wildlife guide, I picked up a Tokina 80-400mm lens in New York. Although it’s not the best on the market by any means, it is one of the smallest, although it is still at least twice as heavy as my camera. They’re able to make it smaller (and cheaper) because it doesn’t have image stabilization, which means it’s really only useful if there’s lots of light. Luckily, we generally have that down here and I think it’s going to work out well.

One Response to “Testing at 400mm”

  1. Joe Says:

    Ooooh, I’m a bit jealous, have totally looked at getting that lens. Great shots all around (as always).