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Re: Manual Focus Nikon Glass


mp356 wrote:
leighton w wrote:
wapsijims wrote:
Samy,

Thanks. I shoot a little of everything, flowers, landscape, wildlife, birds, mostly sitting except for the eagles at Lock and Dam 14 on the Mississippi (near where I live). Sometimes I shoot wildlife out of a blind and on a tripod/monopod. I was looking at a 600 f5.6 AiS. I currently use an 80-400 or 300 f4 AFS, but want something longer I don't have to mortgage the house for....

There isn't too else but the eagles to shoot in January in Iowa (no snow even). We did have a little freezing rain so I ran out and took these with my 105 Ai.

thanks again for the quick response.

Jim







+1, stunning image.

Really like this one Jim. we're expecting some of that nasty ice today.



+1 Jim. Very nice.
Scott




Jan 30, 2013 at 01:58 AM
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Re: Manual Focus Nikon Glass


mp356 wrote:
leighton w wrote:
wapsijims wrote:
Samy,

Thanks. I shoot a little of everything, flowers, landscape, wildlife, birds, mostly sitting except for the eagles at Lock and Dam 14 on the Mississippi (near where I live). Sometimes I shoot wildlife out of a blind and on a tripod/monopod. I was looking at a 600 f5.6 AiS. I currently use an 80-400 or 300 f4 AFS, but want something longer I don't have to mortgage the house for....

There isn't too else but the eagles to shoot in January in Iowa (no snow even). We did have a little freezing rain so I ran out and took these with my 105 Ai.

thanks again for the quick response.

Jim







+1, stunning image.

Really like this one Jim. we're expecting some of that nasty ice today.


+1 Jim. Very nice.
Scott




Jan 29, 2013 at 07:22 PM



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