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Old Jul 25, 2011, 2:22 AM   #11
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Jeff,

Those shots are amazing, really impressive. Are those all handheld? Am I reading right that these were taken with an FZ40?

If so, it's clearly far superior to my FZ28 with these types of shots.
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Wow! Those are great shots! That (those?) bees were certainly cooperative!

I tried to shoot a butterfly today... No, it did not want to be a model and it flew off...
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Jeff,

Those shots are amazing, really impressive. Are those all handheld? Am I reading right that these were taken with an FZ40?

If so, it's clearly far superior to my FZ28 with these types of shots.
Thanks for your comments, aaroncgi. All hand-held with FZ40 + 500D.

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Thanks for your comment JeannieBug. Appreciate it.

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Very nice. Well done man! Hard to pick a favorite, but the #3 is really incredible. The sharpness of #4 is outstanding though. However, overall I prefer the #3.
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Really nice series with wonderful detail.
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Thanks for y'all comments.

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