This is an E-P3 shot with the Panasonic 100-300mm lens at 150mm (yes, I'm that close), and wide open. Small sensor cameras aren't as good as large ones at isolating the background, though here I've managed to just do enough of that by position and focus. Another thing to note is that it is handheld at 1/60--image stabilization is on. While I wouldn't rate the E-P3 as anywhere close to my first choice on safari, it makes a very passable (and quite small) camera. Shadows like this, or edge of day, start to make it difficult to keep shutter speeds up, as the camera struggles above ISO 800. Still, with care, you can get very nice images on exotic trips with this combo.