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Old Jun 30, 2010, 4:55 PM   #1
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The total length of this feather is almost 6 inches. The section you are looking at is about 1/4th of an inch.

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Old Jul 1, 2010, 6:36 AM   #2
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Gary,

That is a neat photograph, I like everything about it including the dust .... good job!
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That is a neat photograph, I like everything about it including the dust .... good job!
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Thanks, Bob. Believe it or not, I went over the velvet that the feather is sitting on with one of those masking tape rollers. I was quite surprised to see the dust there as I couldn't see it with my eyes. Of course, I'm old...
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Hi Gary,

I've read mixed reviews about the quality of the 18-180mm lens. I was intrigued about the results you were going to get after I had read your earlier post saying that you had just got one. You appear to have a keeper.


On another note, as I fly tyer - both salt and fresh water, I have a myriad of feathers that I've collected over the last 30 years. Many of them are really exotic and rare(these days). I've been meaning to get some of the more interesting ones out and try to photograph them. Your post just reminded me that I need to do that.

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Hi Gary,

I've read mixed reviews about the quality of the 18-180mm lens. I was intrigued about the results you were going to get after I had read your earlier post saying that you had just got one. You appear to have a keeper.


On another note, as I fly tyer - both salt and fresh water, I have a myriad of feathers that I've collected over the last 30 years. Many of them are really exotic and rare(these days). I've been meaning to get some of the more interesting ones out and try to photograph them. Your post just reminded me that I need to do that.

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I'm very pleased with it so far, Zig. Glad I could be of service
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