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Starting a seperate topic from this one, specific to wildcats and black-footed cats. Please include when and where you had the sighting, tech specs and any other pertinent details.

 

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@kittykat23uk - nothing measly about those contributions.

 

My own Black-footed Cat shots are similarly taken on Marrick Game Farm. Taken in Feb 2017. Mother and three kittens.

 

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African Wild Cat - mom and kittens. Taken in January, at Twee Rivieren KTP.

 

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pomkiwi

Wildcat on a drive from Kambaku River Sands in the Timbavati.  Nikon D7200, 80-400mm lens @400mm, ISO 8000 (eek), f/5.6, 1/5 sec handheld (double eek).

 

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I have reduced the noise a little which contributes to the softness in these already imperfect images - best described as record shots I feel.  The images have been cropped and this together with he fact that they are from a DX body at 400mm gives an idea of the distance we were from the cat - how our tracker spotted the animal I have no idea.

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