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    Sony RX10 1V the new boy.

    thanks for all the responses. Steve i wanted to add that your journey in particular on this forum made fascinating and very informative reading, thanks for sharing that. I emailed Sony to see if they'd say anything about a date for a new model, but as expected they wouldn't say a word: With...
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    Sony RX10 1V the new boy.

    Hi Mike thanks for this, that's most helpful. anyone got any thoughts/info on if/when sony will release mark V and what they could do, as size is clearly a restricting factor? thanks again Adam
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    Sony RX10 1V the new boy.

    reading this thread has been fascinating and v informative. I'm looking to upgrade from my SX50 and am thinking to choose the sony over the P1000. Has anyone had much experience with the clear image zoom and can share any thoughts? I ask as sometimes I find the need to take a record shot for...
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    laser pointer

    Hi Laurie thanks for taking the time to give such constructive and positive feedback. The best of luck to you.
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    laser pointer

    Hello we're heading to PNG in a less than 2 weeks and were planning to take a couple of laser pointers. However, we've just read that you cant take anything over 1mW into Australia (we're flying via Brisbane). I've read of people taking them there, anyone had any experience of this situ in...
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    best wellies for birding?

    Hey thanks everyone for your suggestions. Am definitely going to get some insoles, that's a great tip. Looks like the muckboot form is the way to go. Has anyone had any experience with the jungle boot format, as am wondering if this might be a solution given the heat and humidity? Thanks...
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    best wellies for birding?

    Might seem an odd question, But I've never owned wellies 'since I grew up', and I'm heading to Papua new Guinea and believe they are essential. Are there such things as 'decent' wellies, and if so has anyone any recommendations? Ideally I don't want to have to wear thick wellie socks in that...
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    Austin birding post SXSW

    Hi Andrew that's very helpful, thanks very much. Fingers crossed for a very early vireo too! Best Adam
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    Austin birding post SXSW

    Hi Andrew, thanks for your reply. I'm working out what I will need to do; if I need a car and can't find anyone to hook up with then I will hire one. In an ideal world I'd go for the Whooping Crane (Rockport), Red-cockaded Woodpecker (Houston), Golden-cheeked Warbler and Black-capped Vireo...
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    Austin birding post SXSW

    Hello I'm heading from London to Austin for the SXSW festival March 10-17 and am hoping to take 3/4 days time off after to do some birding. I wonder if anyone can advise as to what would be a good plan as I will be solo to make the most of it. I realise it's a bit too early ideally but I can't...
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    star spotted nightjar

    Thanks Temmie. Seems like there are no recordings anywhere unfortunately.
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    star spotted nightjar

    any news on this bird in Ethiopia? Last ref i can find was in awash in 2012. and is anyone able to share any audio, as can't find anything online, not even on XC. Thanks very much
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    Keang Krachan local guides and camping?

    ah fantastic Mark (so used to not seeing people's names on BF so apologies for earlier!) Have a great trip!
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    Keang Krachan local guides and camping?

    thanks for your messages, that's really helpful. Rockfowl we are in Thailand from 9-28 feb, and at KK at the very end for 3 days. When are you there?
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    Keang Krachan local guides and camping?

    Hello does anyone have a contact for the guides Mr. A or Mr. Biak? They've been recommended to us but we have no idea how to contact them?! If not anyone recommend any good local guides for the park? Re camping, we are wondering if we would be better trying to arrange to camp at the Bang Krang...
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