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Old Jun 13, 2014, 11:51 AM   #11
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I always look forward to viewing your bird shots and this one is another great piece of work.
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Thank you for those nice comments James. Glad you like the shot.

Sometimes one gets caught up in the stories of the latest and greatest camera gear, and it's only natural to feel that the grass is always greener. but then I get shots like this OOC from the old E-3, and it reminds me of the old saying: "The biggest limit on my camera equipment is me."
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Thank you for those nice comments James. Glad you like the shot.

Sometimes one gets caught up in the stories of the latest and greatest camera gear, and it's only natural to feel that the grass is always greener. but then I get shots like this OOC from the old E-3, and it reminds me of the old saying: "The biggest limit on my camera equipment is me."
I agree with you 100%. If I ever get to the stage (and I doubt it) where my camera is the limiting factor, maybe I'll consider a new camera. My E-3 does everything I need it to do.
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