Canadian Jays

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  1. Big

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    We see these birds every winter when we go snowmobiling. They will actually eat right out of your hand!
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    Great pictures
     
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    Great shots! We call them whiskeyjacks.

    What focal length did you use for those?
     
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    Since I don't have a DSLR (yet) I don't know what the focal length was. The settings I used were,

    Shutter speed 1/320
    Aperture 4.8
    ISO 200
     
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    Wow, the background is surprisingly well-blurred for a point-and-shoot. You must have been zoomed all the way out.
     

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