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Old Mar 13, 2012, 8:08 PM   #21
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My dittos for everything already said. Nice shots.
Many thanks Steven for your kind comments.

I'm glad you liked the shots!

Wishing you a good day.

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Paul,

Yes, long time. Wonderful pictures all of them, the best I've seen in a very long time. Never heard about the species but they are a bit Starlet-like.

The metering system of the camera is well known for it's accuracy and seem to produce excellent results

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Paul,

Yes, long time. Wonderful pictures all of them, the best I've seen in a very long time. Never heard about the species but they are a bit Starlet-like.

The metering system of the camera is well known for it's accuracy and seem to produce excellent results

Thank you, Paul

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Hello Torgny

Many thanks for your & thoughtful kind words, as ever! I appreciate what you write.

I'm no bird 'specialist' so I don't know how closely related the Little Wattlebird is to the Starlet.

Indeed, I have a lot more of keepers (that is, successful photos) with the Canon 7D, than with my 'older' Canon 350D. The focusing (faster, more AF points and more accurate) is far superior, and also having a more powerful metering system, including spot metering.

Kind regards. I hope to share more birds later.

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