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Old Aug 10, 2008, 5:40 AM   #1
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Taken this afternoon with a Swarovski 80ATS, a 30x-eyepiece and a Nikon C8400 at ISO 50.

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2 The eyepiece from #2 to #5 is 45 times in magnification instead of 30.
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Awesome series leung!! What was your distance from the bird? I know that the Kingfishers around here would never pose for you like this unless you're a very long distance away.........cheers....Don
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About 25-30m away. Tracing the bird in the field of view is difficult. The second problem is focusing and the last isto prevent shaking from shutter release.Thanks for viewing and giving comments. Peter
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impressive. the image quality that i am seeing now shows tremendous growth. keep up the good work!

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impressive. the image quality that i am seeing now shows tremendous growth. keep up the good work!

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Sure. And thanks for viewing and commenting. By the way, have not seen you posting lately. Must be busy with work. Peter


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impressive. the image quality that i am seeing now shows tremendous growth. keep up the good work!

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Sure. And thanks for viewing and commenting. By the way, have not seen you posting lately. Must be busy with work. Peter

Work is work but my family has been keeping me busy. I have a 16 month old boy and a 2.5 year old girl. My days off are spent, feeding them, changing poopy diapers and cleaning up after them. Since I am restricted to shooting around the house, I have been working on my macro photography. I have some pics that I will post soon.

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