Sorry Dave. I haven't been shooting flying bugs for very long so this was kind of a first for me. Usually the 'bug' is either in the shot or totally out of it. I got half-way lucky with this one, kinda.
Perhaps not so much bad, as inadvertent. Had the 200-600 on my A9 taking pictures of my wife on our new iSUP (inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard). Camera was sitting in my lap and I leaned over to grab something and rested my arm right on the shutter button
FE 200-600mm F5.6-6.3 G OSS
So I was shooting with the 24-105 @ f/8, switched to the 85mm, and had it set to f/2. On the first shot, the main flash didn't fire. On the second shot, the flash fired, but because I had been shooting at f/8, the flash power was still set from the prior f/8 shots, so it was severely over-exposed.
Original images on the left, with recovered images (Using Capture One) on the right. The over-exposed couldn't quite save the brightest part, but did pretty darn good.