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Old Jan 15, 2009, 9:06 PM   #11
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Congratulations, Don. That Bigma is in good hands. Wonderful set of photos. If you have half as much fun with yours as I have with mine, you'll fall in love with it.

On the question of the beamer, I just bought one to couple with my Bigma...still learning to use it for maximum effect, but I think it's going to be nice.

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Those are great Don, especially for hand held shots.

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yeah... especially since the Bigma is NOT stabilized! good stuff, Don, and a steady hand as well!!
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Great shots for the conditions, Don. I'm sure with good light you will get some excellent results.

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Old Jan 16, 2009, 11:04 AM   #14
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Congratulations, Don. That Bigma is in good hands. Wonderful set of photos. If you have half as much fun with yours as I have with mine, you'll fall in love with it.

On the question of the beamer, I just bought one to couple with my Bigma...still learning to use it for maximum effect, but I think it's going to be nice.

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Thanks Paul. I hope to see what it'll do in good light. Fogged in now for 4 days, but should clear by May....cheers...Don
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Those are great Don, especially for hand held shots.

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yeah... especially since the Bigma is NOT stabilized! good stuff, Don, and a steady hand as well!!
Thanks Squirl. It isn't stabilized, but the camera is, so that helps a lot.....cheers...Don
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Old Jan 16, 2009, 11:06 AM   #16
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Thanks Bob. I'm hoping to see some sunny weather soon....cheers....Don
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Old Jan 16, 2009, 1:09 PM   #17
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Hey Don, these are not bad,all things considered. I tooprefer the freedom ofshooting handheld. Nothing againsttripods / monopods but not whenI'm hiking around in the bush. Cheers, Dan
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