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Old Apr 20, 2006, 10:51 AM   #21
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Great Shots Squirl033, really outstanding pictures
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Old Apr 21, 2006, 2:12 PM   #22
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Great Shots squirl!
Good to see you're enjoying your new camera.
I don't know if you remember me but you've helped me once before when I posted about needing a replacement Adapter for the FZ20 in the Panasonic Forum.
You were kind enough to ship it to me for nothing but the shipping rate! I'm still very grateful to you for that.
I've switched to a 350D a while ago , the high ISO performance sure makes alot of difference.

Best of luck my friend! enjoy your new gear:|

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hi Amir,

yep, i remember you. hope that FZ20 of yours isn't just gathering dust somewhere. it's much too good a camera to leave on the shelf. even though i'm beginning to get some pretty good results with my 30D, my FZ20 is still able to do some things the Canon can't, especially in very low light or at extremely close range, and it makes a very capable back-up for the DSLR, ora second camera for times wheni just don't feel like hauling the Canon and a lot of heavy glass around...

thanks againfor the kind words...
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Old Apr 22, 2006, 2:47 PM   #23
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thought i'd post a few of the pics i've been getting with my new 30D and Sigma EX 80-400... i've only had the camera a bit over a week, and i've gotta say, i love it! i've managed these shots in mostly overcast, dull weather...i can hardly wait to see what it'll do with decent light!

Really brilliant shots, I hope I get some as good. Tell me in shot number 4 how close were you, ( I assume this shot was cropped ). I am in the UK and don't know this bird what is it please

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thought i'd post a few of the pics i've been getting with my new 30D and Sigma EX 80-400... i've only had the camera a bit over a week, and i've gotta say, i love it! i've managed these shots in mostly overcast, dull weather...i can hardly wait to see what it'll do with decent light!

Really brilliant shots, I hope I get some as good. Tell me in shot number 4 how close were you, ( I assume this shot was cropped ). I am in the UK and don't know this bird what is it please

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thanks, Bob... the bird is a song sparrow. i was about 15-20 feet away at the time i took the shot. yes, it'sa vertical crop from a horizontal image... if i recall, i croppedthe middle third or so out of thephoto (about 1800x1300), and then resized to about800x600for posting.
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Old May 5, 2006, 11:30 PM   #25
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wow, great pictures, proof that it's not just the camera, but the photographer. You took the shots at the right moments (im sure you took plenty more & weeded out the duds, lol) Very good pictures!!:|
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