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Old Feb 14, 2007, 9:20 AM   #11
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Still other than the weight issue @ 96mm at 125 NO BIG deal(and thats all in how you hold/brace it and control breathing) any camera could do it in steady hands.

If thay have any ~300mm+ shots I'd love to see them.
Good morning Howard. If I understand you correctly you want to see +300 mm photos from the same camera????

Here is one at 500mm, no tripod and no monopod


Here is one at 500mm, no tripod and no monopod


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Old Feb 14, 2007, 9:21 AM   #12
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Roger, Great shot and I'm impressed at what-ever or however you shot it ! :-) Jim
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Old Feb 14, 2007, 9:22 AM   #13
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Roger - your shot is impressive, not matter what. I love your bald eagles, too!
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Old Feb 14, 2007, 9:47 AM   #14
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Very nice! Especially considering you didnt have much light.

Next time you could make it easier on yourself by selecting a little higher sensitivity, for example ISO 400. (In my DL this is still almost noiseless)
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Very nice! Especially considering you didnt have much light.

Next time you could make it easier on yourself by selecting a little higher sensitivity, for example ISO 400. (In my DL this is still almost noiseless)
Hi TDN, thanks for the idea. I have no idea what you are talking about but I will read up on this ISO 400 thing you are talking about.

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Great shots Roger - love the owl.


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Great shots Roger - love the owl.


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Good morning Howard. If I understand you correctly you want to see +300 mm photos from the same camera????

Here is one at 500mm, no tripod and no monopod


Here is one at 500mm, no tripod and no monopod


TOTALLY WACKY roger

That is HAYWARD BTW not Howard.

The owl is impressive and that is just what I wanted to see.... given zoom and far less than FL=shutter exposure by an order of 3x.

Now the eagle I may not sure of as "sharp" is in the file name as it may have been post sharpened.

Are they both just out of camera just reduced images?

PS Have you not upgraded to the 1.10 Firmware yet... or those just shotv about that time.... sort of forget exact release date.
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Good morning Howard. If I understand you correctly you want to see +300 mm photos from the same camera????

Here is one at 500mm, no tripod and no monopod


Here is one at 500mm, no tripod and no monopod


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That is HAYWARD BTW not Howard.

The owl is impressive and that is just what I wanted to see.... given zoom and far less than FL=shutter exposure by an order of 3x.

Now the eagle I may not sure of as "sharp" is in the file name as it may have been post sharpened.

Are they both just out of camera just reduced images?

PS Have you not upgraded to the 1.10 Firmware yet... or those just shotv about that time.... sort of forget exact release date.
Sorry about the wrong name Hayward.

I guess I just don't do things like other folks do. I open all my photos in Corel Photo Paint. The ones I like, I crop so I can resize to 10 x 7, if I think the photo needs something like maybe unsharp mask I do it then save the photo. I delete all the others. My wildlife web site uses 10 x 7 photos so that is what I use for a base.

I use 50mm for the background shots and go to 500mm for most of the close ups.

I haven't done the up-date yet but when I get back from my next business trip I may do it. I am pretty happy with the way my set up is working so I am in no rush to change anything.

I spend very little time with camera stuff, I spend most of my time in the woods and I have my camera with me.

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