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The Bigma does it all-even macro like shots.
Posted By: charliezap, 07-23-2013, 07:29 AM

Whether it's taking shots of the moon's craters from a 1/4 million miles away or dragonflys from 4-5 ft. this lens is always surprising me when coupled to my K5.It's easy when the dragonfly perches for at least 15 minutes and watches you take his picture.I guess he loves the Bigma. --charliezap
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Very impressive, Capn. Amazing stuff.

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Bigma dragonflies

Wow, Charlie. I had no idea a Bigma good do this kind of work. No doubt the K5 did its part in this remarkable series of superb photos. I wouldn't be surprised if a guy with your talent
could search out a dragonflyo n the moon and get superb resolution!!! Thrilling stuff, my man. Freddy/fevbusch
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marvelous captures charlie.... that bigma (and you) really impresses ! dave m
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Very impressive, Capn. Amazing stuff.

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It's a beast to cart around most of the time on a tripod but it does take great shots at different focal lengths.I'm very anal when it comes to equipment but I'm 100% satisfied with this lens and what it can do.--charliezap
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