Wildlife Photography is a combination of Skill, Patience, Luck, a Long Range Telephoto Lenses with a Fast Shutter Speed to capture Best Wildlife Photography Action. Meta finds her Minolta AF 75–300mm f/4.5–5.6 Telephoto Lens and her Minolta AF 70–210mm f/4.0 Telephoto Lens are her two Best Telephoto Lens for Wildlife Photography, due to their Long Ranges of 210mm and 300mm. The 70–210mm has a constant aperture of f/4.0 which is better in lower light.
Shooting RAW at 10 to 12 Shots Per Second in High Speed Burst Mode can quickly fill up Smaller SD Cards, which is why Meta uses Faster and Larger SanDisk Extreme Pro SD Cards
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Western North Carolina Wildlife Photographer Meta Gatschenberger, RN, shoots with Sony Digital Cameras and Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses