The most Northern part of Delaware is very scenic. Rolling hills, nice homes. I prefer shooting in the State parks which are well kept and offer different views and features. Trap Pond state park has the northern most bald cypress trees in the U.S., and the pond itself offers some nice scenes for photos. Another favorite is Cape Henlopen state park. It has some really nice trails for wildlife, ocean views, and some of the old "watch towers" that were used to monitor the ocean during World War II. In the park, you can climb to the top of one of the towers and have a great 360 view of the area. Delaware is not a big state. You can drive from end to end in just a few hours.
As long as camera A is not gray market, I would be interested in purchasing for my wife.
A short time ago I dropped my D300S about 15 inches. Minor damage was to the bottom corner next to the battery cover. Result was that I can't get the battery out. It's currently in to Nikon for repair. Estimate to repair? $324.00 You should be prepared to pay at least that amount with Nikon.
Okay. I'll take it. Let's work this out. How do you want payment?
Hi. I am interested...I was thinking about buying one on next trip to St. Thomas. Two questions if I may
1- I see some spots on the lens. Is there lens damage?
2- Why are you selling this lens?
Independence Pass from Aspen to Carbondale is a nice scenic trip. Also a bit of a "white knuckle" drive! :shock:
Hi, GMJ. It was like watching the Olympics....camera and lens fell, bounced off the tripod leg, did a flip, and landed about 8 feet away. I gave it a VERY low score!
Hi, MT. Thanks for your advice. I did mount my 70-200 on the body, and it seemed to work okay, but I am a perfectionist, and the rattling has me worried. I also have a D80 body, and that may have to be my replacement soldier while I send the D300S in for a "physical".
Would anyone with a D300S please do me a favor? Take any lens off, hold the strap rings in place, and shake the camera. Do you hear anything rattling? If not, then I guess I am scr*w*d! Trying to get some photos of the meteor shower last night, using a new tripod. Camera and lens fell off the tripod and went crashing onto my concrete patio. Lens took the worst of it, and is already on it's way to Nikon. Camera looks and seems okay, but I'm just wondering about that mild rattling sound from within. Thanks for any help. :cry:
Hi, GP! I understand things have changed a little with regard to the "toad". Recent models with CV transmissions need to be carried and not towed.
I've got one for sale. 2005 Fleetwood Fiesta 32S, 28K miles. Bought it for the same reason you want one, and then the Grands moved away. E-mail me and I'll provide pix and we can talk.