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Old Feb 2, 2007, 4:08 PM   #1
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I went lookin for car parts at a nearby junkyard. These guys must have thought I needed some help
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Old Feb 2, 2007, 4:46 PM   #4
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Nicely don, Dan!

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Old Feb 2, 2007, 6:08 PM   #5
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nice shots Dan, the deer seems used to people andy 74
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You just had to shoot something that looks like my yard didn't you!! LOL Nice captures Dan! The trucks look familiar...Then I remembered my cousin's yard!!

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I figured some of those trucks are still in use down there, Dawg:-)
Andy, these were all about 300 yards away shot with full zoom and even some digital zoom...The exif is not showing that for me, wondering if that bump to the camera did more than I thought
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Nice work, Dan. If you were a max tele on your camera (380mm equiv) plus some digital zoom, you did a real nice job of maintaining steadiness. Your camera doesn't have image-stabilization, right? Were you braced on something or just hand-held? Either way, good job!

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Thanks Greg..definitely full zoom + some. Some were handheld, some braced against a tree, I don't remember which were which.. My reason for using the high shutter speed ( 1/320) was to help steady them at high zoom...I'd love to have IS, but never considered it a necessity.

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