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Thread: Nikoor AF-S 200-400 f4 VR IF-ED First Pix

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    Nikkor AF-S 200-400 f4 VR IF-ED First Pix

    This little fellow has been in our back yard for 2 years and I have never been able to get a decent picture, until now. This lens is AWESOME! It is also long, heavy, and a challenge to use handheld....

    If someone could identify the bird too??









    Thanks for looking...
    Last edited by flashpixx; 16-10-2010 at 6:54pm.

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    Well done Gordon nice pics

    Not a bird expert but looks like a western honeyeater to me

    I use my 200-400 on D3 and D700 bodies and sometimes with a 1.4 or 1.7 converter and absolutely love it,,,,,,took it to Europe last year for the air show season and handheld it all the time, you will get used to it just practice mate

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    Thanks Norm. Looking forward to giving it a good try out at some up coming motor racing events

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    Lovely photos. Could the bird be a New Holland Honey-eater?
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    Nigel and Carol.
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