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Old Thursday 27th June 2019, 17:55   #1
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Birds Through the telescope!

Few birds from this year. Yes, I still use my telescopes 99% of my shooting.
Below from a floating hide with the triplet 480mm apo
The Wryneck is with the celestron 80ED

Thanks for looking :-)
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Old Thursday 27th June 2019, 18:50   #2
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Simply stunning.
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Nice set, thanks for sharing.
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Impressive, indeed!

What camera did you use? What was the shooting format: RAW? JPEG? How much post-processing?
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Nice shots

I have a Celestron 125mm with a standard 50x and i bought a 100x plus camera adapter for a smartphone and Canon EOS 7D.

I haven’t used it to take any pics yet as i am still getting used to birding with it but will give it a try when the wind allows

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