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Old Jun 22, 2005, 6:44 PM   #11
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thanks, Bobby. like i said, next time out, i'll definitely push the speed up... i am determined to get a clear, sharp shot, no matter how many frames i have to shoot to do it!! i'm thinking, since the shots i really want are of the birds landing or taking off from the nest, i may just set up a tripod focused on the nest, set the shutter for 1/1000, and use a remote release to trip the shutter in continuous mode whenever the bird comes in for a landing...
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