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Old Mar 27, 2009, 9:38 AM   #1
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Digiscoped with a fieldscope, 30x eyepiece and Nikon CP8400.


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Old Mar 27, 2009, 1:57 PM   #2
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I'm very impressed with the level of detail you can achieve with your rig, Peter. Do you have a rough idea of how far you were from the subject? Well done. Dan
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I'm very impressed with the level of detail you can achieve with your rig, Peter. Do you have a rough idea of how far you were from the subject? Well done. Dan
I think it was about 8m. She flew away after this one. Thanks for viewing and giving comments. Pete
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Lovely Peter. Your sure know how to handle that setup. Very impressive!

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Lovely Peter. Your sure know how to handle that setup. Very impressive!

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Much better than before now ... but still I rely very much on the mobility of the bird. If they keep moving, there is no way I can do but to surrender. Thanks for liking the shot. Pete
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