Camera and binocular shake

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Subject: Camera and binocular shake
From: "Roy & Helen Sonnenburg" <>
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2011 17:06:49 +1000
In 2000 I spent a bit of time in Finland doing bird migration surveys and
some banding.  I learnt about Finnsticks then and used them a number of
times.  They were all made from broken off ski poles with a T piece fitted
on the pole.  They were either tucked into the belt or on occasions into a
specially made pouch fitted to the belt near the buckle.  The T piece sat
along under the binoculars between the lenses.  It was very useful when
looking at waders or waterfowl in the distance.


Roy Sonnenburg

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