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From: "Greg Little" <>
Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2013 21:52:05 +1000


Gooday, I recently watched a lady cleverly holding binoculars and a small
digital voice recorder at the same time, with both hands, and describing
details of a bird into the recorder while she watched it through the
binoculars. This seemed rather clever as she then did not have to take her
eyes off the bird while recording all the details. I on the other hand would
have had to take my eyes off the bird to write anything down in a note pad.
She then pointed the recorder at the bird and got a good enough record of
the call to identify the bird later. The lady used a slim black 3 year old
Sony digital recorder that cost less than $100. Has anyone had any recent
experiences with these type of devices and can they offer any advice on
models etc.


Thanking you


Greg Little




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