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Old Jan 8, 2007, 12:34 AM   #11
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looks like the Pentax/Tamron comboagrees with you, Roger! very nice first pics! did you use thePentax for the close-ups in the insets, or were those with your FZ30? i gotta agree with d-sr, though... at 10 below, i'm stayin' in where it's warm!! :G
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Old Jan 8, 2007, 3:13 AM   #12
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Roger, you just keep getting better ... like nr2 the best, but am still amazed at the eagles you find. - Ronny
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Old Jan 8, 2007, 10:58 AM   #13
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Now that's detication Roger! Minus 10 degrees and your out shooting photos. I'll never know if my camera will work under those conditions cause I woun't be there. Nice first shots by the way. Looking forward to more.

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Morning Don, my thinking is being out in the woods at any tempature is a lot better than being in the office.

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Old Jan 8, 2007, 11:01 AM   #14
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looks like the Pentax/Tamron comboagrees with you, Roger! very nice first pics! did you use thePentax for the close-ups in the insets, or were those with your FZ30? i gotta agree with d-sr, though... at 10 below, i'm stayin' in where it's warm!! :G
Hi squirl033, so far I like the new set up. I only used the tamrom lens and for the next couple of days I am only going to use the tamron lens. Probably Wed. or Thur. I will un- pack the Sigma and start trying to learn it.

Thank you for commenting and for looking.

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Old Jan 8, 2007, 11:03 AM   #15
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Roger, you just keep getting better ... like nr2 the best, but am still amazed at the eagles you find.
Good morning to YA!! Ronny. Thanks for the nice comment and for taking time to look.

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Excellent pictures from your new setup. Can't wait to see pictures from your Sigma lens! Love the second picture, the late afternoon sun and long shadows look great.

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Excellent pictures from your new setup. Can't wait to see pictures from your Sigma lens! Love the second picture, the late afternoon sun and long shadows look great.

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Good afternoon Emmanuel. Thanks for looking and for the nice comment.

I am guesing I will un-pack and hook up the Sigma on Wednesday then get startd on practicing with it.

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TWR--

Dedication paid off! Some nice images there. The dynamic range of the Pentax shows through... I have a feeling that I'm going to be jealous of the IQ with your stabilized Bigma images and that you'll be pleased with just how much the additional reach of it adds to the image!
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Dedication paid off! Some nice images there. The dynamic range of the Pentax shows through... I have a feeling that I'm going to be jealous of the IQ with your stabilized Bigma images and that you'll be pleased with just how much the additional reach of it adds to the image!
Telecorder, thanks for looking and commenting. I put the BIGMA on yesterday evening and then again this morning. So far I am a happy camper.

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Superb wildlifeshots as always, I'm always impressed by the quality and sharpness of your pics.
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