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Another killer bird.

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LOML took this one in the back yard when she first got her digital camera. Talk about Woody!! Now he's a killer bird. I bet our bird can take your bird.
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LOML took this one in the back yard when she first got her digital camera. Talk about Woody!! Now he's a killer bird. I bet our bird can take your bird.
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Goldfinch feed in great numbers, 20, 30 or more
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post #4 of 10 Old 01-14-2009, 02:07 PM
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Nice detail there, FM... Care to share the camera, lens, and settings for a novice trying to learn?

I took a couple of shots in my mom's back yard over the weekend. These are both with my Nikon D40, 55-200mm 5.6 lens, full auto, hand held, post processed by Picasa 3...






This one was taken NYD at Table Rock Dam... Same settings...


I cut that board three times and it's STILL too short!!!...
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Fuji S1000fd, max zoom, set on auto. Taken
through two sets of insulated glass.

Just looked max is 400mm. And it was tripod
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I love birds

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Finger lick'n good!



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Yeah...I know...he forgot the words.
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killer Bird

I like all the great shots of the cute little birds taken with the fancy camera. But this is a real killer bird and it was shot with an old 1 pixal Kodak DC3200.
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