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Old 14-09-08, 15:39   #1
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Seeing as the weather was nice, took a walk in the local nature reserve.





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Old 14-09-08, 16:52   #2
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Nice dragonfly haven't seen one of those in years. Spider web looks totally different in the close up, as a kid I used to put an ant on the web and watch the spider come and wrap it up in a web.
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Old 14-09-08, 18:05   #3
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What camera have you got then??
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Old 14-09-08, 21:19   #4
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Canon EOS 400D with a Sigma 28-105mm lens.
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Old 14-09-08, 23:08   #5
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The weather was not nice here this weekend which was a shame, but I too was out photographing
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Old 15-09-08, 06:51   #6
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oooh Nice Arab. Like the Red Arrows one.
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Old 15-09-08, 07:31   #7
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Cheers, weather was really bad so the flying program was down to just a few items. I will see if there is anything more worth posting. Apparently the weather was not good enough for the Euro fighter to fly ... tip for any small despot countries make sure its cloudy and your safe.


I do like the dragonfly nice detail.
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Old 15-09-08, 07:35   #8
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What lens did you use on the jet on the ground? Thats quite a zoom.
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Old 15-09-08, 17:43   #9
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Nice. especially the close up of the spider.
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Old 15-09-08, 20:57   #10
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they are beautiful, especially the dragonfly
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Old 16-09-08, 08:36   #11
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What lens did you use on the jet on the ground? Thats quite a zoom.
Sigma 400mm fixed I am sure the eos 300D gives a 1.6x on the size of the lens so that is equal to around 650mm
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Sigma 400mm fixed I am sure the eos 300D gives a 1.6x on the size of the lens so that is equal to around 650mm
Yeah my 400D is the same, I think its only the 1D that doesn't cos it has a full 35mm sensor.
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Sure some of the other canons have a full 35mm sensor but only a few
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I bet the spider is loving that fluff!




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Sure some of the other canons have a full 35mm sensor but only a few
...just the 5D.
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