Digital Camera's

To: Michael Todd <>
Subject: Digital Camera's
From: Laurie & Leanne Knight <>
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 17:40:39 +1000
Michael Todd wrote:
> Hello Bob, Tony and other Birdos,

> Tony, your photos with the D1X are stunning! Certainly this is helping to
> push me over the edge as far as digital is concerned. I encourage people
> who are interested and haven't seen some of Tony's seabird photos to check
> them out at
> I'd love to hear from anyone who has had any experience with the Canon EOS
> D30 for photographing wildlife, particularly birds. Problems, bad
> experiences etc as well as good ones. Unfortunately Tony's Nikon D1X is a
> bit out of my price range  ...

Yes, for those of you who were wondering, Photo Continental's catalogue
which lobbed into my letter box today lists the Nikon DI-X camera body
at $11,348, which is a bit more than the average twitcher would spend on
petrol and air fares chasing house crows and european magpies over a
period of a year or two.  The lenses would be positively cheap by
comparison ...

Regards, Laurie.
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