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The Line Movement/Queens Park & Bloor/10.17.2020
XF16-55mmF2.8 R LM WR
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Welcome to the forum Bill. To your question, having IS on may help but you also need to consider other factors. Something as simple as hanging a weight under the tripod will help (try using your camera bag), don't have the top column fully extended, check your Aperture and Shutter settings, for example are you working with a shallow depth of field? Also, if it was windy was your shutter speed fast enough - your subject may have moved in the wind. Finally try using the hyper-focal distance for fo
The Fuji 90 mm f/2 has approximately 12.5 cm x 8.4 cm field of view (1:5 magnification) at the close focusing distance of 0.6 m. I'm not quite sure if that's enough for "head and shoulder" portraits of birds, but it might work.
The 80 mm f/2.8 macro will do 2.51 cm × 1.67 cm (1:1 magnification), which is definitely enough, while the 60 mm f/2.4 macro can reach 5 cm x 3,3 cm (1:2 magnification).
(The Zeiss 50 mm f/2.8 macro can also reach 2.51 cm x 1.67 cm, by the way.)