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Bumblebees in flight - goran h - 10-18-2017

Quote:Could it be that your screen is set to very bright? One of the bumblebees is very dark

This bumblebee is dark - black and orange.


www.bumblebee.org home page:

Bombus lapidarius is probably the most easily recognised species with its black body and bright orange

tail.


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Bumblebees in flight - goran h - 10-18-2017

Quote:Could it be that your screen is set to very bright? One of the bumblebees is very dark
 

This bumblebee is dark - black and orange.

 

www.bumblebee.org home page:

Bombus lapidarius is probably the most easily recognised species with its black body and bright orange tail. 

Quote:Could it be that your screen is set to very bright? One of the bumblebees is very dark

This bumblebee is dark - black and orange.


www.bumblebee.org home page:

Bombus lapidarius is probably the most easily recognised species with its black body and bright orange

tail.




Bumblebees in flight - goran h - 10-18-2017

Quote:Could it be that your screen is set to very bright? One of the bumblebees is very dark
This bumblebee - Bombus Lapidarus - is dark, black an orange.

see: www.bumblebee.org home page
Quote:Could it be that your screen is set to very bright? One of the bumblebees is very dark

This bumblebee - Bombus Lapidarus - is dark, black an orange.


see: www.bumblebee.org home page

 




Bumblebees in flight - goran h - 10-18-2017

This bumblebee - Bombus lapidarus - is dark, black and orange.

see. www.bumblebee.org home page




Bumblebees in flight - goran h - 10-18-2017

This bumblebee - bombus lapidarus - is dark, black and red

 

www.bumblebee.org home page


This bumblebee - bombus lapidarus - is dark, black and red

 

www.bumblebee.org home page




Bumblebees in flight - JJ_SO - 10-18-2017

I think I would have been able to understand you first post. So, you not only have a very bright screen but also a mouse with continuous shooting mode? How many cps? (clicks/second)  Big Grin

 

Yes, the bumble bee is dark and orange, no doubt, but just compare the two specimen in your two pictures - one is (to me) a normal bumblebee, the other an underexposed.


[EDIT]: Now I understand. It's not your high frequency mouse, but the forum software duplicates texts...  :lol:




Bumblebees in flight - goran h - 10-18-2017

Quote:I think I would have been able to understand you first post. So, you not only have a very bright screen but also a mouse with continuous shooting mode? How many cps? (clicks/second)  Big Grin

 

Yes, the bumble bee is dark and orange, no doubt, but just compare the two specimen in your two pictures - one is (to me) a normal bumblebee, the other an underexposed.


[EDIT]: Now I understand. It's not your high frequency mouse, but the forum software duplicates texts...  :lol:
Are you funny???

I don´t know what happened to my computer



Bumblebees in flight - JJ_SO - 10-18-2017

Nothing happened to your computer. Nearly nothing, the one thing thta happened is the "new OpticaLLimits" forum under construction. If you're not sure if your post has been accepted just hit STRG + R to regenearet the browser (and before, you select all your text and copy it to the clipboard in case the forum sofwtare east your text)

 

The posts #10 until #15 were send multiple times.




Bumblebees in flight - Rover - 10-21-2017

Quote:Is you humming moth a colleague to this one?

 

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here it's called a "pigeon taily" (taily meaning the same belittlement as "thingy").
Hey, that's my moth you have there Smile

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[Image: 21ouliUmzDU.jpg]I have to admit my shots aren't as impressive as yours, ofc. Smile
(1D Mark IV + Tamron 70-300/4-5.6 VC)
I wonder if the Canon 100-400 I have now is the way to go for similar shooting in the future? (with extension tube of course)