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    Hi All, just got back from my first dedicated filming trip to Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. The area has been hit hard by the drought, and the weather was not ideal, but I got lucky a few times and got some nice footage. Some grabs attached. All shot on the Sigma 300-800 (some with 1.4x teleconverter) on an Epic Dragon, LLO OLPF.

    White Rhinos and Red-billed Oxpeckers.
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    And some lionesses with cubs...
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    Lions continued...
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    Completed a short documentary "Jewels of Thane Creek" exploring the biodiversity of Thane Creek which borders Mumbai.
    Here is the link for guys on ipad https://youtu.be/qHLXDXF3KgU

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    Recently returned from 5 days filming in Etosha National Park (Namibia). Was my first field test of the Weapon Mg. I was shooting a lot in very harsh light, and I'm quite happy with the results. Really miss the side handle though - using the sidekick by feel is not easy.
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    Polar Bear cubs emerging from their den. Shot on my Scarlet MX for FranceTV. 13 days at -54*C. https://vimeo.com/185965834
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    Hope to see some of you at Wildscreen.
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    Beautiful and intimate footage Samuel!. Great dedication to the craft!

    The founder of this forum Christian Munos Donoso, myself and possibly others are at Wildscreen as of today. Make sure to introduce yourself should we cross paths!.
    I will stop by Red and say hello Michael. Thanks!

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    Thank you Mauricio! Sadly I wont be at Wildscreen. Enjoy.
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