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The Beaver & the Squirrel..."Peek-A-Boo"

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Just for the record ladies and gentlemen, the pic's that I've been posting to date were taken via my 70 X 200 L series. I am now in the market for a 100 X 400 which will greatly benefit me when I'm out in the field searching for subjects.

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In the mean time, I'll keep hacking around with what I have!

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Nice work, Stu! You'll like the 100-400. It's a great and flexible piece of glass. For nearly four years, almost all my nature and other photography was done with just three Canon lenses: The 100-400, 100 macro and 17-40.

Are you looking for new or used? I just shot you an e-mail with some good options in either case.

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Stu, I just got my 100-400 a couple of weeks ago, I love it. Got a deep learning curve though I am finding especially out at 400mm with a hood on. Trying to hold it still is a hard thing to do.

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Really liked the first shot of the squirrel! You'll love the 100-400!

Paul, I know what you mean...Had the same problem, just turn up the ISO a bit more. \:\)

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Good shots, I like the beaver giving you the stare.

Thanks

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