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Old Jun 2, 2008, 9:43 AM   #1
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Sat out back with the Bigma, monopod and one hours patience. Some close ups of New Holland Honeyeater who was alittle curious?

Taken at ISO 1600 with some NN, all at 500mm, f6.7.
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And a Red Wattlebird
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No 5 At 1/180 with DS and Bigma as for above photos
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Very nice pictures- pretty birds. I really like the last one. You have such neat birds, it's so much fun to see them posted here.
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Very nice shots, well done, your patience sure payed off.
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Thanks Rodney & M'gal for your comments. I was very pleased that I have been getting some reasonable photo quality from ISO 1600 on my DS. Some Noise Ninja is a must. The above photos have minimal or no cropping. Would be nice to upgrade to a K20D but after buying the Bigma I need to show restraint for a while.

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