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Jun 9, 2019 08:53:07   #
merrytexan wrote:
what a fun photo shoot you had with the little the shots, ronichas!

Thanks so much.
Jun 9, 2019 08:11:18   #
Blair Shaw Jr wrote:
That is a great idea and the Squirrels obviously approve. They are so much fun and I have one that lives in a knothole just adjacent to my bedroom window. He always is watching me and what I do as he peeks out of his hole .....hhaaha

Thanks for your post. It has been fun to watch them from my kitchen window. The other day they didn't hide when i walked out onto my deck. I said good morning and the one inside and one on the outside just watched me.
Jun 9, 2019 06:40:23   #
J-SPEIGHT wrote:
Nice set Roni.

Thanks so much.
Jun 8, 2019 09:05:36   #
Tomfl101 wrote:
Mischievous little guys aren't they? Nice set!

Oh yes, they certainly are. This was a 2 story bird house, they customized it last year, making the opening larger and connecting the 2 levels. I see they are now working on the porch and the roof!

Thanks for your kind words.
Jun 8, 2019 08:53:23   #
Cwilson341 wrote:
This series has everything. Quality photos that are interesting, humerous and educational! Cute, too!

Thanks so much for your kind words.
A few more...I took over 150 images during several hours of activity.

Jun 8, 2019 08:53:01   #
CHG_CANON wrote:
Hilarious eye peeking out! Never thought of building squirrel houses.

Thanks so much. I can see the house from my kitchen, so much fun to see them.
Jun 8, 2019 08:20:50   #
The squirrels were very busy yesterday. This squirrel house, aka bird house, was customized by the squirrels last year. It was originally a 2 story house, but the squirrels ate thru to the second floor and made a nest. I think the 3-4 young squirrels come back to their home...yet there is often one in there, I think a mom with some new babies. The one inside would not let any of the others inside, It was fun to watch. I had my camera on a tripod in my house. Sony A7lll with a Sony 100-400 lens.

Jun 8, 2019 08:15:55   #
I have the MagMod Snoot only used it once. I do use some of the other MagMod diffusers and love them. I am not selling the connector. The Snoot is in excellent condition, only used once time.

Shipping not included, $8 shipping.

You can see it here.
Jun 7, 2019 10:11:11   #
Sorry for the delay in responding. I have sold the MagBeam but I still have the Snoot.
It was used once, so you can check the site to get more information about this.

I will sell for $35 plus $8 shipping.
Jun 4, 2019 15:03:27   #
I have these and haven't used them in a while. I do use some of the other MagMod diffusers and love them. I am not selling the connectors. Both are in excellent condition, only used 1-2 times.
MagMod Snoot for $35
MagBeam with tele lens for $50
Both for $75.
Shipping not included, $8 shipping for both or each.
Photos on request.
Jun 4, 2019 12:24:07   #
davesit wrote:
I have 10 Nikon lenses and decided to take the 28-300mm for a 8-day vacation in Rome last year. I only wanted to take one lens because we were going to walk the city. Here is a shot I took at the Vatican, hand-held.

I don't understand the bad rap this lens is getting.

I completely agree with you. It def has it's place. As we all get older, it gets more and more difficult to shlep heavy cameras and heavy lenses. This is a great alternative.
Jun 4, 2019 08:51:01   #
Kiron Kid wrote:
I concur.

I have several *better* lenses. I think this is a great walk around/travel lens when you don't want to take many lenses or heavy ones. I have a good friend, has the best Nikon cameras..D5, D4 and she uses the Nikon 28-300 when she travels. She is an amazing photographer!!
Jun 4, 2019 07:57:05   #
My good friend, amazing wildlife photographer and conservationist has given a TED talk on *Take a Stand for Those Who Have No Voice*
I am so proud to call him my friend...excited to be going with him to Africa!
Jun 4, 2019 07:47:15   #
I have this lens and hadn't used it in a long time. I have a Nikon D750. I went to the zoo recently, hand holding and using back button focus with VR on. I realized that the VR is activated when you slightly press the shutter button down, it is not the same with back button focus. I turned off the VR and did get better images.
If this is not correct, please let me know.
I am posting one of the images
Settings, F6.3 1/60 Iso 1250 at 180 focal length. This image was taken hand held thru the glass.

Jun 3, 2019 07:19:12   #
Having gone to the Optic 2019, my 3rd. This is a great event. B&H does an awesome job with great presentations, lots of vendor and it is all free!!
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