Went out on the California Delta to photograph shore birds this morning. Quickly learned that even with my motor off, I could not use a bean bag or other device because between the wind, the waves, and the boat movement, my only hope was shutter speed and hand holding. I was surprised that my exposure compensation on my Canon was backwards from Steve's instructions in his Nikon Exposure Ebook. For my white birds instead of moving exposure comp to the right (Plus), I had to move it to the left (minus)....but I did get the Blinkies under control eventually, and got my exposure correctly. I personally think this is an amazing shot, in the wind, waves present, on a moving boat, while shooting and operating a trolling motor, hand held. Canon 5D MK IV, 200-400 F5.6 lens plus 1,4 TC at F8.0 1/2000 sec ISO800. Yes I would have preferred F4.0, but I cannot at this time purchase this lens anywhere, so have to work with the equipment I presently own.