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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

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    Female Peregrine watches as male Peregrine feeds on wigeon she caught.
  2. Common or Ring Billed Gull

    Common or Ring Billed Gull

    I would appreciate opinions on what gull this is. Thank you
  3. Avocet


  4. Ruff


  5. Little Ringed Plover, juvenile

    Little Ringed Plover, juvenile

  6. Common Sandpiper

    Common Sandpiper

  7. Canada Goose

    Canada Goose

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    Graylag Goose
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    Black Winged Stilt, juvenile
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    Black Winged Stilt
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    Black Tailed Godwit
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    Red Necked Phalarope
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    Male Muntjac
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    Magpie, Jackdaw, Stock Doves, Rat
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    Rooks and Jackdaws feeding
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    Muntjac and Hedgehog having dinner.
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    Young Kestrel
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    Which camera?

    Thank you for your detailed explanation. I very much appreciate it. I haven't seen a little owl in year's. Beautiful little birds.
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    Which camera?

    Thank for your excellent explanation. Really appreciated 👍
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    Which camera?

    What is a "raw" image? And Is the photo lab software free and easy to use?
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    Which camera?

    I would like to thank everyone for the advice and guidance, very much appreciated. The Sony RX10 IV is looking a good choice.
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    Which camera?

    Thank you for your responses. £1000 ish. A bridge camera seems a logical choice. It is for identification purposes only, not super dooper action shots and top quality sellable image's.
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    Which camera?

    There are times I'm out bird watching and am unable to identify a bird. So, I am after a camera where by I can take a photo good enough to identify the bird. I have my binoculars and scope, so nothing to big or bulky. I would appreciate advice, guidance and opinions on which camera would fulfil...