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  1. jafritten

    Another "Camera Advice Needed Thread"

    Classick, a crop sensor DSLR (APSC sensor, crop factor 1.5 or 1.6) paired with a 300mm f4 prime lens will weigh in at about 2kg. Any 4/300 prime younger than 20 years or so will be a very good lens. Those with no image stabilization (Nikon calls it "VR") are cheaper and just as good if you shoot...
  2. jafritten

    Another "Camera Advice Needed Thread"

    I don't know your camera and your lens, but I am sure a great new camera won't teach you the nuts and bolts of bird photography. Bird photography is never easy but with respect to aperture in particular, it is much easier than say portrait photography. If your lens is sharp wide open, shoot wide...