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  1. #16481
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    My daughters shot of a wild kangaroo using me as a framing device. This roo was browsing on blackberries growing in the creekbed alongside the path and allowed us to approach very close for perhaps 5 minutes of shooting. A truly magic bushwalk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    My daughters shot of a wild kangaroo using me as a framing device. This roo was browsing on blackberries growing in the creekbed alongside the path and allowed us to approach very close for perhaps 5 minutes of shooting. A truly magic bushwalk.
    From that perspective that kangaroo looks totally alien...

    ... and so does... uh, no, won't say it.

    Good shot. Kudo's to the new photog in the family.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    My daughters shot of a wild kangaroo using me as a framing device. This roo was browsing on blackberries growing in the creekbed alongside the path and allowed us to approach very close for perhaps 5 minutes of shooting. A truly magic bushwalk.
    That is superb !
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    Back to the D70 for a while... and shows that the 18-105 VR is very capable.

    Saw this and had to shoot it. Handheld, 1/30sec., ISO400, f/8, 105mm

    I'm hoping the D7000 will be at least this good when it comes back from Nikonland.

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    To be honest it still looks a bit oof to me. Any chance of a link to a full size version with Exif on Flickr or somewhere?

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    Yup, U R right. There may be a very slight bit of motion blurr (i.e. 1/30sec) as I still do have a problem with hand-tremor and diid not have a tripod handy. That said, if you copy the image directly all of the EXIF info is there (I leave the info on every shot). Here is the uncropped version.

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    Here is another taken HH at 1/15sec, f/5, 42mm, ISO200. Not perfect, but shows that the VR and lens are working correctly.

    Try as I might the D7000 could never give me this clear of an image, at any setting, with any lens. For a while I wondered if the VR on the 18-105 and the 55-200 was even working... apparently, it is.

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    Last edited by D70FAN; 01-27-2013 at 09:15 PM.
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    I'm going to be naughty and bomb the thread with a few of my daughters shots from last weeks bushwalk - yes I know it's supposed to be 1 per day . But as I post her shots so infrequently I hope you'll forgive me. BTW she's 12 and makes me sometimes think I should sell my photog gear and take up golf. PS My son took the one of her eating the blackberry, it's the first time he showed an interest in photography in a couple years.

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    Last edited by Dread Pirate Roberts; 01-27-2013 at 09:19 PM.
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    Great posts Dread,
    I love 2) the roo and 3) the girl, they share the same facial expression - almost...
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