Last Saturday I went with my good friend Richard Revels to photograph Beewolf wasps at the Pinnacle at Sandy. Not the easiest things to photograph but I managed to get some reasonable shots.
All taken with the E-M1 MkIII and the 40-150mm F2.8 lens +MC14 converter. ISO 800, and varying shutter speeds between 1/1000thsec and 1/25000th sec, all at F8. They were taken hand held whilst laying down on the sand. Not the easiest photography to do, because as good as the focusing on the Olympus is, its not easy to `lock on` to very small flying insects. I used a combination of Continual Autofocus, and Pro Capture Low.
These last two shots are Pantaloon Bees