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Old Jan 10, 2007, 12:46 PM   #1
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Early this morningwas one of those times I wished I had a faster lens mounted.A little cat and mouse with this coyote and got 3 low light shots. 400mm ISO 1000 F5.6 and 1/100 handheld.

Not good and sharp but thesesong dogssure have a thick and pretty coat this time of year.


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Old Jan 10, 2007, 1:04 PM   #4
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VP considering your subject those are gooood photos. IMHO: the subject when it comes to wildlife is probably more important than all the your suppose to camera stuff.

Gooood capture.

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Nice, but I'm jealous. I hear coyotes almost every night, but have only seen 2 in 10 years, none close or when I had a camera.
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Old Jan 10, 2007, 5:32 PM   #6
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Thanks Roger and Gene for the comments. I have a small bit of difficulty getting sharpness at 1/100 handheld:-)

I seemany coyotes and usually when they are as close as this one it is mostly the time of day when shutter speed is hard to come by.
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great series! Donna
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Thanks Donna. I'll have another opportunity:-)
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Good shooting VP. Especially under low light.....Don
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Hey they look fat and healthy. Life must be good.
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