I wondered to explore whether the Fuifilm GFX100S AF could nail things at some distance with the Fujifilm GF 50mm f/3.5, and and at what speeds IBIS could give me a sharp image. I’ve added a few more images and a bit more commentary on AF and IBIS.
Below: compared to a year ago, Tigger’s arboreal skills are impressive now versus a year ago. He seems to climb as much for fun as anything else, literally running up the tree trunk in one swift blur. Well, maybe it’s bird watching too. He’ll scale any tree with reasonably spaced branches. Techniques include claws into bark as well as wrapping paws around trunks as small as 4 cm diameter. Descending, he’ll drop 4-5 feet onto lower branches, leap 3-4 feet across, or wrap paws around the trunks of smaller trees and ratchet his way down. It’s great fun to watch this natural gymnast.