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Old Oct 12, 2007, 1:36 AM   #11
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Great shot, Ron. Congrats on the new lens!
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Old Oct 12, 2007, 5:21 AM   #12
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Thanx all. I have a series of this heron catching a fish I'll post tonight after work.
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Old Oct 12, 2007, 8:50 PM   #13
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terrific shot, and it sounds like that lens is a good match for the 40D.so far, i've been very pleased with my Sigma on both my 30D and 40D bodies, but have not had an opportunity to try the 400 L glass... maybe one of these days, i'll have the spare cash to invest in a 400 f4L, but till then, i fear my trusty 80-400 will remain my primary "long" lens...
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Thanx Squirl. I have taken tons of shots with the Sigma, (and have been happy with the results), but I'm going to retire in a few years, and would like to be able to sell a few prints at craft shows. The Sigma is fine for posting shots, but just isn't sharp enough to make really large prints for sale. BTW, I just posted a series of this heron on a successful hunt in the "wildlife" forum ~ Ron
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