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    Lookout birdies ... here I come!

    I have negotiated to buy a lovely Nikkor 300 f/4 lens and 1.4X TC from Ausphotography member cupic, so look out local birdies (feathered variety)! I'll be putting my stalking shoes on just as soon as the deal goes through and my new kit arrives! Yeehah!!!
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    Good one Waz Hope you get years of enjoyment from your purchase , Sounds like your keen enough , BTW , The other variety of birds are easier to stalk on a summers day
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    Good one Wazza.

    You'll love it. I think you'll find f8 is the sweet spot, well it is with my copy.

    Good shooting Mate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by William View Post
    BTW , The other variety of birds are easier to stalk on a summers day
    Hehe ... maybe if I was still young and fit like you, Bill! Me, I'm old an fat so I've gotta sneak up on BOTH kinds!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cage View Post
    Good one Wazza.

    You'll love it. I think you'll find f8 is the sweet spot, well it is with my copy.

    Good shooting Mate.
    I betta, Kev. The Missus has me in hock for the rest of the year on this one! I'm hoping the birdies cooperate or I'll never live it down!

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    Waz, now all you'll need is a fringe on top - so the "Chicks and ducks and geese better scurry"
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoDo View Post
    I have negotiated to buy a lovely Nikkor 300 f/4 lens and 1.4X TC from Ausphotography member cupic, so look out local birdies (feathered variety)! I'll be putting my stalking shoes on just as soon as the deal goes through and my new kit arrives! Yeehah!!!
    Congratulations, Waz! A great combo indeed.

    I can just see the birdies quivering in their boots waiting to be photographed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ameerat42 View Post
    Waz, now all you'll need is a fringe on top - so the "Chicks and ducks and geese better scurry"
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    Hehe! OOOOOOOklahoma where the wind comes right behind the rain... Sounds like Newcastle at the moment, Am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance B View Post
    Congratulations, Waz! A great combo indeed.

    I can just see the birdies quivering in their boots waiting to be photographed!
    Me too, Lance! All those little suckers that hovered just out of reach of my 55-300 zoom won't know how to calculate 300mm + 1.4xTC + 1.5 crop = Gotcha!

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