Until now the EOS 7D MKII and I are not bound by friendship yet; we have had some differences in the field. During the first usage on Saturday morning I cursed my new camera.
On the 7D, I could check with one hand/button the sharpness in liveview; now I need both hands as the function moved to an other button and place on the camera. The waterlevel, which I needed badly that morning was 'lost'......like my internet connection at home so it costs me four days, two routers and an other camera manual to find some settings. Until today I'm still missing the exposure level indicator on the lcd panel as soon as I change the ISO speed from auto into an other setting. If there is anybody who can give me a clue.......please!
The sunrise last Saturday was breathtaking! The Bewick's Swans were gone; instead a group of Greyleg Geese and Mute Swans were resting on the ice but as soon as they noticed me they became nervous and while I was busy to find the correct button in the dark to see anything sharp in liveview, they left the lake.
On Sunday morning I returned and the light of the moon and stars guided me the way. A few minutes after arrival the first clouds came and within minutes the moon and stars were 'gone'. Next to a lot of Greyleg Geese again a group of Mute Swans were on the lake. Unfortunately they are all resting on the most unfavourable place in the lake as a lot of bushes growing in the front and it is too wet and too deep for approaching them. I need a mound near the path without building something.....anybody an idea?
Jibt dir dit Leben mal een Buff, denn weene keene Träne. Lach Dir'n Ast und setz Dir druff und baumle mit de Beene.