I anticipated the Grouse would begin their mating ritual early this year due to the early spring, so I placed an S600 aimed at one of my old drumming logs from last year and low and behold, one began doing its thing.
My FS7s have become my new favorite camera, at 10.1 mp and a high-quality Leica lens, the pictures are S600 caliber...possibly better. I placed this FS7 on a stake pounded into a pond bed, approximately 1 foot above the water level and canted downward slightly. My target was waterfowl, which I caught some great stills of; but also got lucky when an Otter decided to surface directly in front of my camera.
This Fisher decided to prowl around searching for a meal in the daylight and I was fortunate when he walked in front of one of my W200s.
Finally, I set up a W7 on a deer trail leading to a mineral site. I teamed it up with a Vivitar 2600 slave flash unit and lit up this Snowshoe Hare changing into its spring coat.