RFI Camera Advice for bird photography

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Subject: RFI Camera Advice for bird photography
From: "Lee & Margi" <>
Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2007 18:48:15 +1000
Hi all 

Anyone out there got a Canon EOS400D camera? 

I'm thinking of upgrading from my point n shoot to a dSLR for my bird
photography and I'm curious to find out anyone's experiences with this
model.  Particularly the twin lens kit (18-55mm and 75-300mm) that it can be
purchased with, rather than the expensive lenses you can buy later.   

I've checked B.Aus archives and found some good info in there already, just
after some more recent info. 

Direct replies are welcome, rather than on the list. 

Many thanks in advance... 

Lee Mason 
Hervey Bay (QLD) 



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