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Old Dec 10, 2009, 7:44 PM   #11
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He'll need patience and a tripod or monopod when he uses the 565 w/TCON. Especially, when it's racked out!
Actually it's the 590 but yes, he has those - tripods and monopod - it's the other that may be the test! (Just a wife's view!)
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Actually it's the 590 but yes, he has those - tripods and monopod - it's the other that may be the test! (Just a wife's view!)
Once he starts developing his patience with both camera and birds, I'm sure you'll see a marked change. My wife claims that about me. I don't see the change. heheheheh It must be true, though, because I don't want to become a rooftop sniper anymore
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