Both these images were captured to see how the Lumix G9 paired with the Leica 200 mm f/2.8 performs for birds in flight. The lens was coupled with the 2X teleconverter giving it an effective focal length of 800mm. The image above was of the Roseate flying nearly directly toward the camera while the image below had the bird flying right to left. In the second image I was panning with the bird. For both cases, the camera was hand-held, set to continuous autofocus (AFC) and the focus area set to custom with a 5 vertical and 5 horizontal diamond pattern.