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Old Jan 24, 2006, 7:28 PM   #1
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Thought I'd post the following Crow-In-Flight sequence I was able to get last Sunday with my Pany FZ5 + TCON17 +RDS at ~600mm zoom. Crows are hard to get any details to show but this sequence didn't turn out too bad... IMHO
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My aiming with the RDS was off a little on this one but almost had him in full frame..



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Must have nudged the RDS back on target for this last of the 3 burst shots...




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Old Jan 24, 2006, 7:37 PM   #2
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Not bad at all for a crow. Most of mine look like flying tar balls...lol
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Real nice, Dave!Something to crow about. Got that RDS/FZ5 cookin.Excellent focus and exposure. I have some crows nearby I've beenlooking to RDS but they must havegone south for winter. Nice job!
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Not bad at all for a crow. Most of mine look like flying tar balls...lol
Well.. we won't talk about the other 10 or so flying black blobs that went the way of the delete button! But sometimes the moons, stars and other celestrial bodies align to give one good lighting, fair technique and a lucky sequence.



Yea, Fred, I guess the RDS - Model Plane in Flight practice is paying some dividends. Now I have to work on my stealth hiking to get closer to the nesting Bald Eagles that I found up at Silverwood Lake...





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Now I have to work on my stealth hiking to get closer to the nesting Bald Eagles that I found up at Silverwood Lake...
Yea, I saw those and I was gonna say you need to get over to the next hill. ;-)
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