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Old Nov 28, 2012, 8:03 PM   #1
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Old Nov 28, 2012, 8:41 PM   #2
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I'm not a bird guy, but those are sharp gorgeous shots. Well done.
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Cute indeed. Very nice shots, Saly.
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Thanks pboerger and Raghu!
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The FZ150 is serving you well Saly, well done.

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two superb shots saly, but for me number one among all that back ground foliage is just a peach! well done
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two superb shots saly, but for me number one among all that back ground foliage is just a peach! well done
Thank you, that is very kind. I'm glad you like these.
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Love number one Saly. Not seen this little bird before but he, or she, is so cute. Was it taken with the 150? and if so what is the differences between the 35 and the 150?
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Love number one Saly. Not seen this little bird before but he, or she, is so cute. Was it taken with the 150? and if so what is the differences between the 35 and the 150?
Thanks eysha, the 150 does better overall than the 35. It is sharper, zooms longer and does much better is lower light. Still not great in low light (because it is a small sensor camera) but much better than the 35. The first shot was taken in the shade, and I don't think I would have gotten this much detail with the 35.

Under the best of conditions (bright light, and close proximity), the two cameras can come close. The 150 just lets me do more in more adverse conditions.
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