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Old Feb 17, 2008, 1:20 PM   #1
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K10/BushHawk/BIGMA/Photos

I borrowed my wifes Panasonic FZ30 for the photos.

Here it is with the Bigma lens in



Here it is with the Bigma lens out



Comparing the two set ups for size. K10/BushHawk/BIGMA Lens & Canon Mark3 w/ Canon 500mm lens



The Front Rifle Sling Swivel



The Rear Rifle Sling Swivel



I don't have a scale so I can't tell you the weight of either set up.

I have two seat belt pads ordered for the BIGMA set up. The same ones that you see on the Canon set up.


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Thanks for the photos Roger. They do help and I know there are several interested in the setup you use. Again from a friend thank you so much!

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Thanks for the photos Roger. They do help and I know there are several interested in the setup you use. Again from a friend thank you so much!

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You are Welcome Mr. Dawg.


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This set up may be more than I need for the 100-300mm zoom but it sure is tempting.

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She Who Must Be Obeyed saw one of these pics as she was passing.

An emphatic NO! told me that it may be a while before something like that could grace my bag.....



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This set up may be more than I need for the 100-300mm zoom but it sure is tempting.

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I have never used a 100-300 lens so I can't make any suggestion.



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She Who Must Be Obeyed saw one of these pics as she was passing.

An emphatic NO! told me that it may be a while before something like that could grace my bag.....



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Bad timing you should start covering your monitor :-)



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She Who Must Be Obeyed saw one of these pics as she was passing.

An emphatic NO! told me that it may be a while before something like that could grace my bag.....



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Thanks Roger,
I now can, in my mind at least, get a "feel" of the setup.
Thanks again
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Thanks Roger,
I now can, in my mind at least, get a "feel" of the setup.
Thanks again
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You are welcome.


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