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Old Feb 3, 2006, 7:10 PM   #1
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Caught this morning! On the first one I wished I hadn't used the Digi-Zoom. Left a lot of hot pixels!

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Old Feb 3, 2006, 8:55 PM   #5
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Nice shots, BigDawg!

Thanks for posting them.

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Good shots Dawg, If you get any closer to that squirrel he might share some nuts with you wait a minute that doesn't sound right LOL.:-)

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Dawg, can you get some shots of that squirrel with you being outside? I agree with you on the digi zoom...I used to use it, well I may still it depends...but it seems to cause this when you crop it. Thats what happend to my hawk photos, too much digi zoom then maybe overcropping also. The squirrel turned out alot better than my hawk in digi zoom.
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Old Feb 4, 2006, 8:05 AM   #8
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No cropping here just resizing. That's straight out of the camera and is way overzoomed. The digi zoom is just cropping anyway though! I get quite a few from outside but wanted to see if this setup can be used by my wife to take some shots while I'm at work in the evenings! I think it will work just fine!

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Some good shots Dawg,thanks for sharing them

Do you use your optical viewer finder or the lcd screen ? Sometimes I have a hard time finding the birds if I use the lsd screen

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Through the LCD and from a tripod. It's not easy that way though!

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