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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-10-2011, 04:11 PM Thread Starter
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Random Bunch

These are just random pictures i've taken over the summer. I think its about time for a new camera for me, the one i have is about 5 or 6 years old. Any suggestions??


I scared him coming back from checking my cameras.


Red-Eared Slider chilling


2 of the 3 baby buffalo in the park!!


Female Cardinal


Carolina Wren


Blue Jay


Male Downy Woodpecker


Female Downy Woodpecker


Female Towhee


Canada Goose!!


Female Mallard


Sleepy Goose


Pretty Duck


Peacock


Peacock all fanned out


Red-Tailed Hawk we thought fell but he actually caught a rat.


Peahen


Mama showing off her kids.


Hiding in the woods.


Checking us out.


Fawn hiding from me.


Icky spider on my car window...

There's nothing like a day in the woods.....

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-10-2011, 04:44 PM
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Re: Random Bunch

Those are Red-bellied Woodpeckers, not Downy...nice assortment of pictures!

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Budget for a camera?

Nice variety of pics
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Re: Random Bunch

Nice pictures!

The first duck is a Mallard Drake in his eclipse plumage Summer plumage. All Mallards look like Hens this time of year.

How much are you able to spend on the Camera thats the big question. Cameras can go from $50-100 bucks all the way up to 8 thousand dollars.
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Those are Red-bellied Woodpeckers, not Downy...nice assortment of pictures!
was thinking the same thing.nice photos though
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Nice!
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Re: Random Bunch

Oops... I typed the wrong name in for the woodpeckers... Haha. I used to have pics of downy ones too but i lost them when my flash drive broke. I must have missed the memo about the mallards too... Oh well. Learn something new everyday!!

Budget for a camera would probly be anything up to about $600.

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I would maybe go with one of these two either one you can go wrong.

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controll...3B%3B734782-REG

I buy all most camera gear from this place. They seem to have about the best prices. You can also try Adorama also a great place to buy it's where I also buy my camera gear. These two stores are the olny places I buy my camera gear from.
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Are you looking for a point & shoot or a camera you can switch lenses with?
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Are you looking for a point & shoot or a camera you can switch lenses with?
Well with a budget of about $600 I think a DSLR is pretty much out of the question. Just a Body on a DSLR is going cost $600 then you add the lenses. I think your better off with a point and shoot type camera, kind of like the links I posted it's a cross between a DSLR and a Point and Shoot plus they have a great zoom with that type of camera.
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