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grizzly200

Solano County, California, US
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"RE: D300 and birds"

grizzly200 Registered since 18th Dec 2011
Thu 01-Nov-12 01:10 PM | edited Thu 01-Nov-12 01:10 PM by grizzly200

Go manual and shoot with small f-stops for maximum depth of focus. Have your lens prefocused to the extent you can so that when you see a subject, there is less work to do.

James

This is a hot, active topic! D300 and birds [View all] , jfitzg14 Silver Member , Sun 28-Oct-12 10:49 PM
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