A keen amatuer photograher for many years only turning to digital a few years ago when I turned to Sony cameras as a result of their requisition of Minolta's camera business. Interested in nearly all genres of photography but my passion is really landscape, wildlife and macro photography. Also Automotive, Classic and motorsport although I seldom seem to be doing this genre these days.
My knowledge of this superb pastime still has a longway to grow. So any tips and comments are appreciated tremedously.
Sony A100 and A700 camera bodies.
18-70mm sony kit lens.
18-135mm Sony zoom.
70-300mm G series Sony zoom.
18-250mm Tamron superzoom.
10-24mm Tamron Wide angle.
SP90mm Tamron Macro.
150-500mm DG APO F5-6.3 HSM sigma zoom.
Sigma 1.4 EX APO converter
70-210 F4 Minolta Beercan Zoom.
Extention Tubes & 2x converter.
Ring Flash. and various other peices of kit & filters
Hiya Alan, sorry for the slight delay of my answer. Yes, my wildlife shot of those lions was indeed done with the 70-400mm G zoom, a lens I have been using for the last three years for wildlife on either the A850 or A77. Great lens, and apparently the new version beats it in AF performance. And thanks for the visit!