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but the body, wings and tail are blurry, as if there's not enough depth of field Using a depth of field calculator like DOFMaster, it's easy to plug in numbers and determine how much depth of field you should expect. For example, for a camera like yours shooting at 300mm, f/4, and 8.2m from your subject, you can expect about 0.06m of acceptable focus in ...


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Yes, it's possible. The depth of field beyond the subject is greater than the DOF in front of the subject. Having focused on the bird's eye you've wasted a major part of your possible DOF, because the subject (bird) is before your focus point and thus mainly out DOF. Approximately two thirds of your focus plane is "in the air" behind the bird. Next time ...



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