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Cylindromyia ? => Cylindromyia bicolor
pat_der2003
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Posted on 16-07-2017 21:41
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Hello,

Am I right thinking in Cylindromyia sp. ?

Loire-Atlantique, western France, july 13th 2017.

around 5-6 mm (?)

Thanks in advance,
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While you wait for Zeegers, I think that it looks alot like Cylindromyia bicolor.

I like this photo. Very nice photography. Do you use flash?
 
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Thanks a lot !! Wink

Flash did not fire (as exif saySmile )

Canon 7D + 100 mm
1/500 s
f/5
800 isos

Wink
 
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That is correct.

Theo
 
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Thanks !! Smile
 
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pat_der2003 wrote:
Thanks a lot !! Wink

Flash did not fire (as exif saySmile )

Canon 7D + 100 mm
1/500 s
f/5
800 isos

Wink


Interesting. If I use those exact settings on manual mode, my photo will be mostly blurry. Do you use a tripod? maybe my focal points are not correct or the image stabilization is effecting the quality.

Still, you are a Super Photographer. Nice work Smile
 
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Thanks ! Wink

No tripod or single pod ... no stabilisation on this old 100 mm (not the new generation) ...

May be the focal point indeed ... because with this speed (1/500 s) normally there is no blur due to the subject unless due to the photographer's movements may be ?
 
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