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Feb 20, 2019 11:05:05   #
 
Feb 20, 2019 07:41:59   #
Add Sones speakers for good sound.
Feb 14, 2019 06:20:42   #
mas24 wrote:
I will say that if you have the 200-500mm lens, it would be perfect for the D500. It's a great sports and wildlife camera. And a better low light camera too. The D500 has a XQD card, which separates it from the other DX cameras.


I own the D500 and 200-500 lens. It’s great. Good buffer and shutter speed.


Feb 13, 2019 07:57:35   #
bikerguy wrote:
Near Merritt Island and Orlando Wetlands is Viera Wetlands in Melbourne. It is small but you get much closer to the birds than at Orlando. We were there in December and there were ibis, sandhill cranes anhinga, herons, egrets and some raptors. Merritt Island NWR is a must.


Don’t forget the gators. LOL
Feb 13, 2019 06:04:27   #
Fred Harwood wrote:
Perhaps talk to your local Apple store about solid-state drives?


I agree. Put in a SSD and max out your RAM. You will think you have a new computer. She will boot up in 23 seconds.
Feb 13, 2019 06:01:09   #
Ed Chu wrote:
headed to Orlando area end of April; planning to go to

TH: Lake Cypress ( Middleton Fish Camp ) and then Gatorland Rookery
F: Lake Apopka Wildlife Dr
S: Butterfly Encounter
Sun: Mead Gardens
M & T: extra days ( in case more time is spent at various stops )
W: home

for any of you who have been to some, or all, of these places; am I allowing enough time ( too ambitious ? ) am I missing anything ?




I would visit Orlando Wetlands and Marritt Island Wildlife.

http://www.cityoforlando.net/wetlands/

https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Merritt_Island/
 
Feb 13, 2019 05:59:32   #
Ed Chu wrote:
headed to Orlando area end of April; planning to go to

TH: Lake Cypress ( Middleton Fish Camp ) and then Gatorland Rookery
F: Lake Apopka Wildlife Dr
S: Butterfly Encounter
Sun: Mead Gardens
M & T: extra days ( in case more time is spent at various stops )
W: home

I would visit Orlando Wetlands and Marritt Island Wildlife.

http://www.cityoforlando.net/wetlands/

https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Merritt_Island/

for any of you who have been to some, or all, of these places; am I allowing enough time ( too ambitious ? ) am I missing anything ?
headed to Orlando area end of April; planning to ... (show quote)
Feb 12, 2019 07:30:56   #
cmc4214 wrote:
Finally decided to buy a new D750 from B&H, ordered on Thursday evening, was shipped in two packages was supposed to be delivered Monday, it wasn't . Tracking says one package containing the spare battery was delivered, it WASN'T. (at least not to me) Tracking also says the other package was refused. It wasn't by me. Furthermore, tracking says it was refused in Pittsburgh, my address is NOT Pittsburgh
I called B&H and they say they can do nothing until it gets back to them, IF it gets back to them. I cannot find a number for FedEx
B&H also says they will refund my card when the camera gets back to them,but what about the package they say is delivered, I know of no way I can prove I did not receive it.
I also reviewed my order on B&H,s web site and the address IS correct
Finally decided to buy a new D750 from B&H, or... (show quote)


You can setup the delivery for you to pick it up at FedEx who will hold it for you.
Feb 10, 2019 07:26:19   #
wham121736 wrote:
Probably ticked off because mom deserted him. (or her).


Shot this one in my front years.


Feb 10, 2019 06:40:04   #
billbarcus wrote:
Came across this juvenile Bald Eagle today while out cruising along the Clark Fork River. D610, Nikkor 200-500mm f/5.6E VR w/Nikon TC 1.4 1/400 @ f/8 ISO 200.


Nice shot. He looks ticked off. LOL
Feb 5, 2019 06:27:36   #
Ben Stanford wrote:
Accomplished Musician, Trumpet. It's been a great ride! Now Nature, Wildlife, Landscape, All The Beauty Mother Nature Provides. Enjoy my adventures.


Nice introduction. Welcome aboard. Post some images. Enjoy life
 
Feb 4, 2019 07:25:46   #
jerryc41 wrote:
Our 50" Vizio TV keeps taking short breaks - no picture and no sound for several seconds. I'm guessing we'll have to replace it. Looking online, I see an assortment of 50" Vizio TVs. They don't make the differences between them obvious. Decisions, decisions. You'd think they could make the choices easier. I'll have to check out other brands, too.


Just my opinion. I’d buy a 65” or larger OLED TV. expensive but worth it.
Feb 4, 2019 07:19:31   #
Graham Thirkill wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJ6QmZ48jY4


Maybe being as old as we are is not a bad thing.

Cheers and Beers
Graham
098


Tell your youngsters to study robotics.
Feb 3, 2019 09:51:46   #
Graham Thirkill wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_C8bOOO7OI

Again.............. No words necessary

Cheers and Beers
Graham
098


Oldie but Goldie.
Feb 2, 2019 15:21:14   #
tiphareth51 wrote:
Hello. I love my Nikon 200 to 500 F 2.8 and I won't leave home without it for nature shots. Yes, for me, it is heavy for my weak hands so a tripod is necessary. The lens collar needs to constantly be tightened but that may also be due to my weak hands. Perhaps you would consider renting it to try it out before purchasing it. The photos from this lens are sharp and there have been many 'keepers'. It is used on a Nikon D750 and D810. Good luck with your decision.


F2.8 ???
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