had to try out my new toy

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    tamron 200-500mm f5-6.3
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    overall pleased for a lens under a K, certainly can produce decent results so far I've seen that the difference between a garbage image and decent one has been my technique...a mono pod is a great help.
     
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    The eyes looking at my monitor think it needs +2/3 f stop.......:mrgreen: But I haven't seen two monitors the same.....Mike
     
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    Looks like someone got a new toy!!! Nice capture.....
     
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    well I needed to do something, capturing wildlife is A LOT of my motivation sitting behind the camera and 200mm wasn't going to get it done. I pondered getting a TC for it but then chose to go this route so I essentially have 80-500mm "ready" on 2 bodys sitting in the woods or where ever I decide to post up....its fun looking at yours and some others photos but its just not the same as taking them yourself.:lol:
     

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