Canon’s “logic” . . .

Switching on the R5 after setting both slots to record jpg revealed that the camera had once again reverted to jpg. After some research yielded no solution, I guessed that the problem was that I had set the camera to “Rec. separately” instead of “Rec. to multiple.” Changing to “multiple” solved it.

Having done tech writing for a time way back in another life, I was dumbfounded. I could only guess (again) that the choice of wording is something that might be familiar to videographers rather than still photographers. If not that, I’d conclude that the menu wording was chosen by engineers rather than tech writers. Go figure . . .

A couple of hours to spare before my flight yesterday gave me a chance to reconnect with a favorite urban wetland area. Several of my old friends were on hand to greet me, among them a Rainbow Lorikeet (1st shot below), and a Brown Honeyeater (2nd shot below). The brief interlude left me wishing for still more time there, and at other favorite places in the area.

Well, after the rainy winter season will come spring down under. Among other things, the fairy wrens will have their iridescent blue breeding plumage then. Something to look forward to . . .

R5/RF 100-400mm
R5/RF 100-400mm