trying out the new D70s

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  1. Raymond J Barlow

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    Had some time this afternoon to go out and mess around with the new cam, we had horrible light, but I made the best of it.

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    7 Lots of flight shots to be had at LaSalle Airic, Chiller, Bill and Canoncan, we just need some light... Ken Newcombe was here all PM today, hundreds of ducks warming up for their flights north.
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    thanks for looking..
     
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    beautiful shots as usual... love #4 and #6!
     
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    3,4 and 6 for me, great series raymond, that camera looks like it will work real good for you :thumbup:
     
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    Nice shots of the Mergansers. Good to see you were not without a camera for long. When is that new lens coming??? ;) Hey, I thought you were going to get a D-50?

    Eric
     
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    Nice shots. I just got a D70S also....what lense did you use for those pictures?
     
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    i'm obviously doing something wrong...my D70s give me nothing compared to these Ray.

    wonderful series! :thumbup:
     
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    Beautiful as always Ray!
     
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    You take some of the best I've seen! When does the book come out?
     
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    thanks bud.. I was going to get a D50, but for 225$$ more, I can share memory cards, and batterys within the D70's., plus the flash sync is 1/500 sec,. and that will come in handy some day when I get set up with a Better Beamer. Over all it is a lot better camera then the D50 I think.

    the 200-400 VR S lens is about 6 grand.. not gonna happen for a while!

    I think I would get a Sigmonster first.. but still, 6,000 bucks for that one too.
     
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    I won't be removing the 80-400 off this new d70s for a while! I don't really see much difference between the D70, and the D70s though.. larger monitor, that's about it.
     
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    Thanks everyone..

    Thanks JM.. come up here in early May.. the migration at Point Pelee is an amazing thing to see from what I hear.. You can view, and easily shoot 25 different types of Warblers in one day, and from what I hear, they are very approachable.
     
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    Ray,

    Great series, 2,1,3 in that order, best shots for me.

    Bill
     

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