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The eye of him hath seen me. Job 7: 8
I'll admit no matter what camera I use, it is very challenging to focus through two window panes plus a sheet of weatherized plastic over the outside storm window on the south side of our house where we have the bigger feeder. Truthfully, my simple old NikonD 40X so far works better that way for me on the manual setting with the telephoto lens, to focus through that much glass and plastic than my complex new Nikon D 7000. Until we take the plastic off the window this spring, I am going to use my old camera this winter (which is lighter weight) for shooting macro shots on birds such as this cardinal picture I shot today.. I prefer using the new camera for other types of shots... Just wanted to touch base, in case you are wondering why I sometimes revert back to my old NikonD 40X:) Whichever camera works the best for whatever situation is the one I use.. After all is said and done, I need to study my new book that I got for a Christmas present on "Mastering the Nikon D7000."
Also by Andrea Petersen
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