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  1. #1871
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    I think these are wheatear birds but I might be wrong.


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  3. #1873
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    Nice shot 06AWD
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  4. #1874
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    Thanks. I can't take 100% credit for it, though. I took that shot with my girlfriend's Pentax K20D, not my Nikon. I'll tell ya, if I never went ahead with Nikon and invested so much in lenses, I would have gone the Pentax route. Wonderful camera.
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  5. #1875
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    Quote Originally Posted by 06AWD View Post
    Thanks. I can't take 100% credit for it, though. I took that shot with my girlfriend's Pentax K20D, not my Nikon. I'll tell ya, if I never went ahead with Nikon and invested so much in lenses, I would have gone the Pentax route. Wonderful camera.
    Hey think we can all feel like that at times!!
    You didn't mention which Nikon you have...??
    Time spent with any camera will familiarise you with it's ways
    I was the same about Canon and Olympus - I had Olympus film cameras and my first digicam was Oly too -
    I was that close to an Oly DSLR - I was also equally close to Canon, very close runners up were Pentax
    and Sony- but Nikon felt best (at the time).
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  6. #1876
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    Just recently upgraded my D80 to a D90. Amazing camera. The D80 was great, too, but I longed for features like dust removal—which the D90 has. Huge bonuses are the beautiful LCD screen, 720p HD movie mode, faster burst rate and bigger image sensor. Plus it works with the battery grip and all the lenses I was using with my D80. Build quality of Nikon is nice. It's a heavy camera, but I tend to like that. Still doesn't compare to the weather-proof body of the Pentax, though.
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  7. #1877
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    A falcon.....
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  8. #1878
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    Great closup. Was it evening lighting??
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  9. #1879
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    No it was an overcast day but I did notice the blue in the picture, but I kind of liked the emotion it gave off. Thanks a lot!
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    So what made the head blue? Amazing.
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