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Old Jun 6, 2007, 2:28 AM   #1
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My K10D is now a few weeks old and i love it even though it has 2 dirty marks on sensor. I have been so carefull when changing lens but never mind. Here is one shot of Pelicon coming into land. So gracefull. Keith
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Old Jun 6, 2007, 7:59 AM   #2
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Keith, very nice action shot! What lens were you using?

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Beautiful shot. spot on focus. I get alot of dust on my sensor too. It getsin when changeing lenses no matter how carefull you are. But luckily there are ways to clean the sensor.

Keep the images comeing.

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Old Jun 6, 2007, 6:45 PM   #4
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I used the Sigma 70-300DG lens. Ill see if i can upload another shot of a Seagull. I used the sun as a backlight. Keith
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I was using the Sigma 70 -300 DG. I just tried to upload another pic but at the moment dosnt seem to want to go. Keith
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Old Jun 6, 2007, 6:59 PM   #6
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And another. Friend was holding a chip up for Seagull. Keith
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One last one. Touchdown by this big gracefull bird. Cheers Keith
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Old Jun 6, 2007, 10:16 PM   #8
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Your back-lit sea gull is very well done - this type of thing never seems to work well for me. All of these are really good.

Sounds like time for the hand air blower. I took a bunch of pictures of the sunset yesterday and noticed a couple of dust spots on the K100. Squirted air onthe K10 just in case.
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Thanks for the comment. Ive tried the blower and it hasnt moved it. Ive got a cleaning kit but at this stage havnt plucked up the courage touse it. I was worried that i may have had lens flare with the backlitpics but i guess i was lucky. The sun was just to the left and the Sigma lens hood is fairly big. Maybe that saved the day.

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The 2 seagull pics are excellent.

The postion of the bird in the second one really gives the impression that it is dropping very fast down a shaft.


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