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Botannical Gardens, Gold Coast, Australia
Posted By: Tony Growden, 09-22-2008, 04:09 AM

An assortment of pics from the Botannical Gardens on the Gold Coast. My first real chance to try out the K200D in the field.














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09-22-2008, 04:46 AM   #2
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Great shots Tony. You and the camera have done a good job. What lens. was it the Sigma 70-300APO?
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Nice series Tony - the bee is my favoirte but they are all good. Well done.
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Crisp is the word, REALLY CRISP. Nice work.

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Great shots Tony, you seem to have great control of DOF
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They are all very well captured. Beautiful shots
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Welcome and yes there are fantastic shots ,will be looking forward to more



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Thank you all for the kind comments.

Keith, yes all were taken with the Sigma 70 - 300 APO on Macro. Used manual focus though as I didn't like it hunting all the time. It gave me better control.

Nobbsie; As for Depth of Field I thank the camera for that as it was just on Auto. I am still getting used to using it after owning a Fuji S9600.
Totally different animals on Manual.

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Not a bad one in the punch.... JIMBO
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Very nice photos Tony. My favorites were honey bee and double trouble.
Any chance to see these bigger?
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