My name is Miklós Ónodi. I was born in 1967 at Pécs in Hungary. I’m living here, at the edge of the town, on the southern slope of Mecsek Mountain, so near the forest.
My childhood enthusiasm about nature caused several surprises for my family, by carrying home several snakes, frogs, giant spiders and other strange creatures.
In 1984 with the first set of gear started photography.
After few years I realized, I can learn more about the most interesting birds through a telescope, so photography, became only the tool to record my field observations. In the mid-90s, the result of newly acquired friends photography regained a primary role, but in the choice of theme birds still retained their special significance.
In 2002 my slr equipment changed owner by an unknown criminal.
Since July 2004 with the new technics and great impulsion I have been capturing living nature in front of my scope by digiscoping.
In January 2009 I’ve changed to digital slr.
Canon EOS 7D MarkII, Canon EOS 50D cameras
Sigma 150-600 f/5-6.3 C, Canon 70-200 f/4 L, Canon 17-40 f/4 L, Canon 100 f/2.8 Macro lenses
Hoya Fusion CPL and Formatt Hitech ND, GND filters
Sandisk Ultra and Extreme memory cards
Canon 430EX II flash
FalconEyes G1328, Manfrotto 055CLB tripod and 679B monopod with UniqBall UBH 35 and Giotto’s MH1300 heads
Manfrotto Off Road trekking pole/monopod
Phone: +36 30 3177103 / E-mail: miklos.onodi (at) gmail.com
This site is dedicated to the memory of my birding master, István Molnár (1917 - 2007).