Re:Digital SLR's for birding

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Subject: Re:Digital SLR's for birding
From: "Eddie Chapman" <>
Date: Fri, 28 Oct 2005 09:30:09 +0200
Hello Jim and list members,

Jim wrote:
finally bought a  Canon 350D. The 18-55mm lens that comes with the camera is
not very useful for bird photography
I bought a Canon with the same lens. While birding one day I was messing
about with the camera and I found out that the lens fitted perfectly over
the eye-piece of my 32x wide-angled Leica. By hand holding the camera over
the eye-piece I have got some surprising photos. I have put a picture of a
Blackbird and a Black-legged Kittiwake on my website that were taken this
way. Take a look.

All the best,
Eddie Chapman, Voss.  Norway.
Rare Bird News and Photographs. 

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