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Jun 22, 2011 08:55 |  #16

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Male grosbeak

Beautiful...as always! Very sharp. So after reading your post above, do you always use a tripod/monopod or just take a break after a few shots?

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Jun 22, 2011 09:00 |  #17

when im at home,i use my tripod. if im walking around the park,i use a monopod.
for now in the car ,i lay it on a small pillow on the window ,im looking into either a bean bag,or a window mount.
but my goal is to learn to handhold


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Jun 22, 2011 09:03 |  #18

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when im at home,i use my tripod. if im walking around the park,i use a monopod.
for now in the car ,i lay it on a small pillow on the window ,im looking into either a bean bag,or a window mount.
but my goal is to learn to handhold

Oh okay. If I asked before forgive an old guy :D, Your lens has IS correct?

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Jun 22, 2011 09:07 as a reply to  @ jccj58's post |  #19

Last few from the Wetlands yesterday....Just trying to get this thread to 10,000 again! :lol: Does anyone know what that bird is in the second picture? Thanks

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Jun 22, 2011 09:13 |  #20

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Oh okay. If I asked before forgive an old guy :D, Your lens has IS correct?

John

yes it is,i think i just have a balance issue,i can feel myself sway,ALOT, plus i drink to much coffee,:lol: i dont think anyone else will have any problems at all.

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Last few from the Wetlands yesterday....Just trying to get this thread to 10,000 again! :lol: Does anyone know what that bird is in the second picture? Thanks

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great shots, cant help with the id tho, it :) has a long tail


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Jun 22, 2011 09:21 |  #21

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Peter forgive my ignorance, and everyone else also, but what kind of car is that? I just might want to purchase one in the future. :lol:

John

Bugatti Veyron: all you need is $1,700,000 and you could drive a top speed of 267.85 mph.

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Jun 22, 2011 09:27 |  #22

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Bugatti Veyron: all you need is $1,700,000 and you could drive a top speed of 267.85 mph.

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Come on on lotto numbers!!!! :lol:

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Jun 22, 2011 09:29 |  #23

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yes it is,i think i just have a balance issue,i can feel myself sway,ALOT, plus i drink to much coffee,:lol: i dont think anyone else will have any problems at all.

great shots, cant help with the id tho, it :) has a long tail

On the coffee make that 2 of us!!

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Jun 22, 2011 09:56 |  #24

A shot I took last year of my Evo. Didnt touch it until now.

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Jun 22, 2011 10:05 |  #25

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Stunning! Looks like an Evening Grosbeak, correct me if I am wrong.




  
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Jun 22, 2011 10:10 |  #26

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Stunning! Looks like an Evening Grosbeak, correct me if I am wrong.

yes they are,we have had them thick here for over a month. eating machines!
but i love them


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Jun 22, 2011 10:11 as a reply to  @ post 12636638 |  #27

Peter: I'm jealous you got to see a Veyron up close, nice shot!

photograma: Excellent squirrel and i'm very jealous of the grosbeak!

jccj58: I don't have my bird book handy but great shots!

Toucjukes: Love the shot, love the car! Wish I owned one.

Vanouten: Nice composition and mood, I like it a lot.


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Jun 22, 2011 10:12 |  #28

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I love it! but then i dont have any other long zooms to compare it too :lol:
For me it seems heavy to hand hold,extended. but i see so many posts from people that thats is all they do is hand hold. so it must be me :(

This lens is tough to hold by hand and get a crisp shot, especially at 400mm. I love my 100-400! It's great from a tripod, though cumbersome. I recently picked up a monopod and finally got around to using it... it helps tremendously!




  
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Jun 22, 2011 10:38 as a reply to  @ GeorgeMN's post |  #29

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Red Breasted Grosbeak... We have two mated pairs that frequent the bird feeder.

This photo is a little dark and hand held, but shot at 400mm.

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Jun 22, 2011 10:55 |  #30

Have a nice new one T2i users!

Since I didn't read all posts in the thread number 2, have you seen people upgrading from the T2i to the T3i? 60D?

Oh and I want some news of a lot of you, Anne, Vectoria, Rafa, Wolfy, Lufaine, Davidc, Natums and without forgetting a specific member with his own style, Dirby!

Keep it up POTN'ers!


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