Fixing a Dot-sight on top of your lens can make a difference for some photographers. The more rigidly fixed, the more desirable as small changes can affect the focusing of the intended target. I used a Vector Optics Dot sight mounted to a Small Rig cage. For a fast reaction time, I view from the Dot-sight and once accurately calibrated to the estimated distance of intended subject, the strikes rates are much improved.

Changeable Hawk, Grey Heron, Dusky eagle owl

Tanimbar Corella, Pink neck Pigeon (female) Purple Heron

Brahminy Kite scouring the skies

Parakeet, Blue-throated Bee-eater, Black-naped Oriole

Dollarbird, Barn Swallow, White-bellied Sea Eagle

Black-winged Kite warding off attacks by Crows and returning with a rodent

Gray-headed Fish eagle perfected its dive.

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