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Congratulations on the new Boma

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Congratulations on the new Boma

Well done Cameraman and all your colleagues, this is a really great advance. I especially like the inclusion of picture posting !

I look forward to even greater things in the future and wish you all the best.

Just for interest, here's a quick pic of a leopard I took last Sunday in Kruger

Regards,
Brian

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Brian and Freda:You lucky people living so close to Krüger! How wonderful that you can say "let's meet somewhere near Satara on the road next sunday"! I'm green with envy!
Brian, your LIT pic is fabulous! Thanks for sharing!

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"Brian" wrote:

Camera is Canon EOS-20D

Lens is Canon 70-300mm f4-5.6 IS USM

Picture was taken using ISO 200
1/320th at f5.6 and 300mm focal length.

Regards,
Brian

Thanks for info..in your hands it does a beautiful job...

regards,
Elaine

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I was at Pretoriuskop Smiling
You are right we really should keep in touch more, shame that work gets in the way :cry:
Would have been nice to see Auk and Mrs Auk, they did us proud in Boston, I'm sure they had a great time in SA.

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"Elaine" wrote:
Can you share with us your latest camera brand and model..? and the lens type/specifics..?

Elaine

Camera is Canon EOS-20D

Lens is Canon 70-300mm f4-5.6 IS USM

Picture was taken using ISO 200
1/320th at f5.6 and 300mm focal length.

Regards,
Brian

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Freda,

Good to see you too !

I think we should keep in touch a bit more ! lol AUK and Mrs AUK were here on their first ever trip to Africa and fulfilling their life long dream of visiting Kruger ! I'm certain that, if we'd known you were in the area, we'd have arranged to meet on the road somewhere, I bet you were in the same area. Oliphants, Satara, Lower Sabie.

BTW the pic was taken 5km from Phalaborwa gate.

Regards,
Brian

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Brian, good to see you Smiling
I was also in Kruger last weekend but didn't see your LIT, (leopard in tree)
only a LOG (leopard on ground) on the S65.
Shame we couldn't have had a castle together :cry:

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WOW!!!!!
It's wonderful :!:

Thanks Brian

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"Brian" wrote:
Cameraman,

The new lens seems to work quite well heh heh

Laughing out loud

Regards,
Brian

Hi Brian..good to see you..

Can you share with us your latest camera brand and model..? and the lens type/specifics..?

Thanks for the fantastic "LIT" pic..(Leopard In Tree)

Elaine

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Cameraman,

The new lens seems to work quite well heh heh

Laughing out loud

Regards,
Brian

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Thanks for the comments !

I posted a straight "out of the camera" pic, just converted from RAW to JPG quickly, forgot to do the vital "development" needed on RAW pics, but I've corrected that now and hope you enjoy the pic the way it really should look Smiling It's on the same post above, I've corrected the source pic so it doesn't need a new post.

The full gallery will be up in a few days at the usual site, I'll post here when it is.

Regards,
Brian

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