Video cameras suitable for bird watching

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Subject: Video cameras suitable for bird watching
From: Pat and Ian May <>
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 15:55:42 +1030
Dear Birders

I am hoping that list members might discuss suitable bird watching video

With so many variations available, what are the features that we should
look for when considering to purchase a small video camera, particularly
to supplement wader and sea bird watching?   What are the pros and cons
when selecting a camera to supplement field observing?   

The subject was discussed earlier this year but I hope it may be
valuable to explore it further to identify new technological features
that may have been developed since then.

Are there any brands and models recommended by field observers from
personal experience?


Ian May
PO Box 666
Enfield Plaza SA 5085

Mobile  0409 474 575

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