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Old Sep 26, 2006, 12:25 PM   #1
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Sharp picture, nice composition !!

Good job :-)

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More great shots, and very sharp indeed. Thanks for posting them.

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Great job, that camera has become part of you in able to catch these birds in flight.

Domang, I assume you must use the lcd screen to follow them?

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Fantastic shots!

I can almost feel a spray of water as they pass!

What camera are you using? Are you also using a extender?

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Thanks, Dan.

I use the viewfinder. I wear reading glasses and have found the LCD to be inadequate to my needs.

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Thanks, gilly.

The camera is a Z650 and I do not use an extender. The cam does not have image stabilization so holding it steady at 14x or 17x would be difficult.

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