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Old Jan 2, 2011, 10:17 AM   #11
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The Nikon TC is top quality. How good is the Olympus TCON 1.7 in comparison??

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Old Jan 2, 2011, 10:20 AM   #12
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Very very decent Sarah...it does really well...
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Old Jan 2, 2011, 10:56 AM   #13
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"as I am old and shaky!..."

I'm right there with you!

While capturing photos of the birds, may I ask what settings you use? I know they don't stay still very long!
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Hi Carol-

Yes, we are all reaching "that" age where we have to take a few more precautions to insure the image quality of our photos. The important issue, at least for me at age 75, is to enjoy and get the most from every day.

For example, I still enjoy my teaching and lecturing. I am looking forward to getting two new classes started next week for our Community College.

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Thanks for the comments on the Olympus TCON 1.7. I have just purchased the LA5 and am now working to get a TCON 1.7.

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Hi Carol-

Yes, we are all reaching "that" age where we have to take a few more precautions to insure the image quality of our photos. The important issue, at least for me at age 75, is to enjoy and get the most from every day.

For example, I still enjoy my teaching and lecturing. I am looking forward to getting two new classes started next week for our Community College.

Sarah Joyce
Sarah, you have me beat; I'll be 70. I live in the boonies with my yellow lab, Juneau, and each day is a new adventure for us. The beauty of my surroundings won't let me become a couch potato!

I certainly admire you & your photography!

I'm also going to give the Olympus TCon a try!
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