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Old Jan 8, 2007, 7:42 PM   #11
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Brilliant detail.

Just as I was thinking a 300mm was ideal bird photo lens.

Remember when ATX lenses came out about 20 years ago they were real top of the line.

Would enjoy seeing more from this set-up.

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Old Jan 8, 2007, 11:24 PM   #12
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Ian Mc wrote:
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Brilliant detail.

Just as I was thinking a 300mm was ideal bird photo lens.

Remember when ATX lenses came out about 20 years ago they were real top of the line.

Would enjoy seeing more from this set-up.

Ian Mc
Thanks Ian - by the way, I am a Yank that used to live in NZ for 13 years, my wife is from the Bay of Islands, and I've visited Christchurch many times. Wish I had my *istDS while there years ago.
Here are some links to several shots from this setup:

http://imageevent.com/mduke/plantsan...mp;s=0&z=4
http://imageevent.com/mduke/plantsan...mp;s=0&z=4
http://imageevent.com/mduke/plantsan...mp;s=0&z=4
http://imageevent.com/mduke/plantsan...mp;s=0&z=4
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Old Jan 9, 2007, 11:54 AM   #13
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These are all really good but I particularly like the rabbit or hare shot (1st one).

Thanks for posting.

BTW I'm an expat Scot from Edinburgh !! Thought there must be a Kiwi link in your username.

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