About pictures and telescop

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Subject: About pictures and telescop
From: "jpp" <>
Date: Sun, 30 Jun 2002 09:28:46 +0200

    For everyone who are interested about pictures with telescop, I have been 
practice this since 1998.

    I use the SWAROSKI AT80HD with the adaptater 1100mm lens (diaphragm f14). 
With this, I use 800 or 1000 ISO film.
    The quality of the pictures can be very good and I have a lot of 
enlargement 20x30 cm.
    The lens (1100mm) is smaller than a digiscope but I think that it's more 
easy to use and more robust.
    For exemple, on a photographic trip in Tanzania, I took almost 150 species 
of birds with this system and with a 300mm lens (half
species of the trip).
    An other advantage, the price, probably less than 500$ in Australia if you 
have a Swarowski and a camera  of course !

   Some exemple now : almost 400 hundred species on my site now (America, 
Africa, Europe...) :

   (All the pictures was took with 300mm, 600mm or 1100mm lens)

   Jean-Philippe PARIS
   from France
   P.S. / I'll be on Australia between the 6 september and the 8 october, but 
I'll speak about that more later...

Mon site pour les amateurs d'oiseaux ou de voyages :

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