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    Its All In The Planning....

    enjoyed that, almost there with you ,thanks
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    Which lens for £600ish?

    good choice ,after weeks of research looking like ill be going with the same, not sure if it will be new or used at the moment , i use the nikon d300 with the sigma 120-400 ,a bit of a lump to carry so i use a 2 camera strap one bracket screwed to the lens the other screwed to the camera feels...
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    Your Most Recent "Life" Bird

    ah , thanks (doh)
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    Your Most Recent "Life" Bird

    excuse my ignorance, "life bird"?
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    Favourite camera manufacturer poll

    voted nikon due to first dslr -d3300, and that was down to cost, seemed best deal at the time! few nikon lenses, few sigmas, again due to price;-)
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    Should I sell my DSLR and get a superzoom?

    interesting thread, im looking for more reach / better quality shots with my set up and wondering why ive not gone for a super zoom?
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    used lens

    looking to invest in a sigma 150-600 c , not sure i can justify splashing out £800+ so looking at used, now, im no expert but what should i be looking out for, dust, fungus ,wear, (daft question- how would i look for dust) ? thanks dave
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    hello from manchester

    thank you all for the warm welcome, just been" rumaging" through the many topics and now looking even more to getting out and seeing what i can see!. have a great weekend
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    hello from manchester

    hello, attempting to teach mysef photography led me here with a bit of birding , now learning all about birds, looking forward to read through the site and asking plenty of questions, thanks in advance:t: