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Old Apr 2, 2012, 3:21 PM   #1
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Default Little gosling (with LT55 and not)

With and without LT55, to verify the level of details, at 1/1000 of shutter speed:

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Old Apr 2, 2012, 3:27 PM   #2
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what a special moment, youre very fortunate and probably well rehearsed at being in the right place at the right time alex. beautiful pictures of new life, tipifying springs beginning. fantastico!

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Cute shots Catalex.

So what is your opinion so far of the LT55?

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what a special moment, youre very fortunate and probably well rehearsed at being in the right place at the right time alex. beautiful pictures of new life, tipifying springs beginning. fantastico!
Thanks John, it's really wonderful to see these little beings appreciate the new life!

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So what is your opinion so far of the LT55?
Dear Jim, I think that in good lighting conditions, this TC gives very good results, almost beyond my expectations!
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Old Apr 3, 2012, 7:05 AM   #5
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Nice work, Alex. They are so precious, so soft and young!!!
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Very good. The LT55 is certainly helping bring out the details but the native FZ150 is doing a fine job as well.
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i must admit when i saw "little gosling" i thought ryan gosling. lol

very nice details. love the beaks!
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Thanks dear Yuki, Tullio and Mary for your appreciations!!
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Ohhh, how very fortunate you are to be able to see these adorable little babies! And how fortunate we are, that you share them here with us.

I notice just slight softening around the outer circle with the LT55, but certainly nothing I would ever complain about, all are beautiful photos!
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Dear Carol, thanks for the apprciations, and congratulations for your keen eye!
You must know that between my LT55 and geese there was a small green wire "slight softening around the outer circle" and I focused in an area where the diamond of the network surrounding the baby gosling!!
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