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Apr 24, 2019 13:25:05   #
Reconvic wrote:
Love their heavy beat they make on the right tree and their distinct call


Splendid!
 
Apr 24, 2019 13:24:28   #
bulldog wrote:
Australian Shepherd pup playing in the backyard.


Those two close-ups are priceless.
Apr 24, 2019 13:23:16   #
Regis wrote:
Hand held at 600mm. Distance was about 40-50 feet.

Canon 5Dsr - Canon 300 2.8 II - Canon 2x III - 1/800 - f/10 - ISO @ 500.


Just amazing!
Apr 24, 2019 13:22:25   #
PrairieSage wrote:
Has anyone had any experience with Arsenal Camera Assistant? If so, what is your opinion?


I read the marketing hype and I think it's a waste of money. Learn your camera's capabilities and how to use its features. That's all you need.
Apr 24, 2019 13:20:22   #
Hassie wrote:
I am thinking of moving from my current Canon 60D to a Nikon Full Frame D750 with the 24-120 lens.
I know there are supporters of both brands in the UHH but I can't afford the Canon full frames at this point and, at 72 years old, I'm not sure I will be around to fully enjoy a 5DIII or IV.
Am I thinking about this too deeply, or should I just go ahead and do it?
Thanks for any advice.


72 is not old by today's standards. You could live to 92 or beyond! Buy whatever will make you happy.
Apr 21, 2019 10:21:24   #
Feiertag wrote:
Short-eared Owls.


Very nice, particularly the first one.
 
Apr 21, 2019 10:20:12   #
vicksart wrote:
We took the dogs out for a quick hike this afternoon, and I managed to get a few shots that might be of interest. I almost missed spotting the lizard in the second shot.


Very nice Vicky. That lizard is really camouflaged well.
Apr 21, 2019 10:16:43   #
romanmel7 wrote:
Stupidly, I left my Nikon SB-910 flash unit in a rental car and didn’t realize it until I returned the car and flew a thousand miles away. So my question for this wonderfully experienced group is: Which flash would you recommend I purchase for its replacement? I am not a pro, but shoot with a Nikon D750 body and the Nikon 24-120mm VR, Nikon 24-70mm f2.8 non-VR and the newest Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 VR lenses. I do not use multiple flash setups (yet). I am mostly a “Nikon” guy, but am open to other quality brands. I have been happy with the SB 910 and could replace it with a used one, but don’t know what I would be giving up by sticking with the “old” technology. What do you recommend?
Stupidly, I left my Nikon SB-910 flash unit in a r... (show quote)


First I'd have to wonder if you contacted the rental company. If you left it in their car, one of their own personal would have been first inside and would have found it.
Apr 20, 2019 07:41:36   #
gtilford wrote:
Well they say April showers but the amount of rain we got today in Southern Ontario and it is suppose to be just as much tomorrow........Couple of Song Sparrows before the rain started the other day


They are both wonderful!
Apr 19, 2019 14:19:31   #
DJphoto wrote:
I doubt it. This is a fairly small bag, and the body and lenses noted barely fit. Note how they show the bag partitioned on the website. The 80D is a crop sensor body, but is only slightly smaller than a full frame (like a 5D Mk IV), so I'm sure that one FF body would fit. Also note that my telephoto is the EF 70-300 IS II USM which is fairly compact and it's about the biggest that will fit with what I have. There are other sling bags that would work, but they would be larger. I walk around a lot (often 3+ miles a day) with mine, so I wouldn't want to carry any more than the bag holds. I could see this as a "second bag" for when you need to "go minimalist." However, it has met my needs as a regular bag and is the only one I have. You also have to be aware that some airlines have a weight limit on carry-on bags.
I doubt it. This is a fairly small bag, and the b... (show quote)


Thanks for that. I'm needing to carry two cameras when I go to Africa later in the year and I want to take as small a bag as possible. I'll keep looking.
Apr 19, 2019 12:07:47   #
DJphoto wrote:
I may be a little late on this, but here's what works for me. I bought my first DSLR 2 1/2 years ago, a Canon 80D from Amazon (from Digital Goja) and it came with a bunch of accessories, including a sling bag: https://digitalgoja.com/altura-photo-camera-sling-backpack-for-dslr-cameras.html If you are traveling a little light, this is a good and inexpensive choice. Mine is holding up well so far and it has been used a lot. It holds my 80D with the EF-S 18-135 attached and my EF-70-300 in the bag. I can also squeeze my EF-S 10-18 in as well. It also holds some small stuff, including my external flash, extra batteries, etc. It has been on many airplanes, including a United Express Embraer ERJ-145 (50 seat) a couple of weeks ago where it fit in the overhead bin just fine.
I may be a little late on this, but here's what wo... (show quote)


Do you think you could fit two bodies, both with lenses attached?
 
Apr 19, 2019 11:11:28   #
Bill_de wrote:
It sometimes requires a lot of (too much)cropping. But when just fooling around ...

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Very nice series. What is that funny-looking tree in the first photo?
Apr 19, 2019 11:10:17   #
grandpaw wrote:
This green heron is a very beautiful bird and one of my favorites to photograph.

Shot with a Nikon D500 with a a Nikon 70-200mm VR F2.8 lens and Nikon 2x teleconverter


Stunning shot. I think yesterday someone was commenting on another photo where the bird didn't appear to be green. In yours, it definitely is.
Apr 19, 2019 11:06:47   #
jkm757 wrote:
The newest addition to the pack of pachyderms at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. Kaia, only seven months old and tipping the scales at 700+ pounds.


Great set - she looks like she's smiling in some of them.
Apr 18, 2019 11:28:21   #
Cwilson341 wrote:
I can't resist snapping flowers where ever I find them! Most of these are garden center shots. The last close up of a strange tree is from a lakeside park. I hope you enjoy these bits of spring cheer.


Gorgeous!
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