Palm Warbler. AV, 1/1600, f5.6, ISO 400 -2/3 exposure compensation.
100% digital zoom ratio
Here's another shot of the same bird.
Here is the first photo before it was cropped.
Yup, I can photograph fast moving warblers with my new Canon SX 50 HS point and shoot super-zoom camera. That's what I found out this morning when I followed this fast moving Palm Warbler through the tree on Sanibel, FL, where they winter. Someone had commented to me that the real test of this camera will come in spring migration. I am encouraged and impressed with this camera. Getting any kind of decent photo of a warbler moving through trees is an accomplishment. It tests the photographer's and camera's abilities. These photos were shot in .jpeg and only sharpened slightly, nothing else done.
Palm Warblers are a common wintering warbler here. Look for their yellow (sat in mustard) undertail coverts, so nicely shown in the first photo, as a good ID tip.