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Thanks Les, I'm just about to press the buy button on this lens so examples like this help to calm my nerves!
I went from a Sony 100-400mm + 1,4 TC to move on to the 200-600mm a choice I personally am happy to have done so, cracking lens when teamed with the Sony a7Riii - I have just taken delivery of a new Sony a7R1V

Plenty of images on my Flickr to whet your appetite :)
 
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I went from a Sony 100-400mm + 1,4 TC to move on to the 200-600mm a choice I personally am happy to have done so, cracking lens when teamed with the Sony a7Riii - I have just taken delivery of a new Sony a7R1V

Plenty of images on my Flickr to whet your appetite :)
I take it you didn't keep the 100-400. Have you noticed any disadvantages in using the 200-600 over the 100-400? I will have to make this decision some time in the next year whether to move the 100-400 on and stick with the 200-600. My main concern would be AF speed on things like dragonflies etc.
 
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I take it you didn't keep the 100-400. Have you noticed any disadvantages in using the 200-600 over the 100-400? I will have to make this decision some time in the next year whether to move the 100-400 on and stick with the 200-600. My main concern would be AF speed on things like dragonflies etc.
I still have the 100-400mm :) The AF speed on the 200-600mm when twined with the Sony a7Riii is fast enough for Dragonflies - can't wait to pair this lens with my newly arrived Sony a7Riv -
weather a little ropey at the moment, looking better next week down here, so I'll be out and about

Les :)
 
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