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Old Feb 20, 2013, 1:34 AM   #11
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I like no. 3 because of the mostly green background but they are all amazing.

I am planning on getting a teleconverter before my next mc-birding trip in may. I tried one on a fz50 and didn't really like it. I am hoping the fz200 with it's 2.8 constant apeture will work better. Any suggestion beside panasonic 1.7x?
Thanks dp.

I own the Lumix LT-55 and quite happy with it. I hear good things about the Nikon TC-E17ED but I think it's expensive. The Olympus TCON17 is supposed to be very good but you have to be careful because they make several models with similar part numbers but not all of them are good.
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Old Feb 20, 2013, 1:35 AM   #12
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Cool...good eye!
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WOW! those are incredible pictures Saly. wish i had that kind of ability.
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WOW! those are incredible pictures Saly. wish i had that kind of ability.
Thanks, but it really doesn't take that much skill. The difficult part is to find the subjects that are lined up and lit perfectly!
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