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Posts Made By: Doug Walton

November 7, 2003 07:11 AM Forum: Birding Optics and Photos

Bald Eagle Pics

Posted By Doug Walton

Tyler, could you tell us what the specifics were for these pics (camera body, lens, focal length, handheld?, shutter, aperture, ISO, etc.)?


November 9, 2003 06:30 AM Forum: Equipment Talk

November 9, 2003 06:43 AM Forum: Wildlife Photography

Bridal Veil Falls - Provo Canyon, Utah

Posted By Doug Walton

This ia a very cool image! Thanks for posting...


November 11, 2003 06:10 AM Forum: Birding Optics and Photos

Distant Eagle

Posted By Doug Walton

Pretty good for 600 yards away and in flight! What gear did you use to get the image?

Thanks, Doug

November 12, 2003 05:58 AM Forum: Wildlife Photography

Deer Creek Res. Panorama

Posted By Doug Walton

WOW! Multi-image panoramas is on my list of things to do this winter. This one is wonderful!

November 12, 2003 07:28 AM Forum: Film Astrophotography - Imaging and Processing

Determining Value of OM System?

Posted By Doug Walton

Just for the record, I absolutely plan to sell my camera equipment HERE, on Astromart, and not on some second-rate auction site.


Whew - you may now return to your regularly-schedule program.


November 13, 2003 06:31 AM Forum: Equipment Talk

Clear day!

Posted By Doug Walton

You should see what it's been like in the U.P. of Michigan for the last 8 weeks or so. Last year at this time I was out 3-4 nights a week with incredible weather and seeing. No wind, clear ights, amazing seeing well into January and beyond.

So far this year, clouds, rain, snow, wind. When the occasional clear night comes, it's a full moon. It blows.

Makes me wanna sell my telescope and buy a snowmobile or ATV. ;-)

November 13, 2003 08:05 PM Forum: Wildlife Photography

A dark, stormy day in Utah

Posted By Doug Walton

This one really works for me. It conveys the "big sky" feeling out West, with the far-off horizons. The sky is great. Cool.


November 14, 2003 10:49 AM Forum: Equipment Talk

Stolen 30-inch Starmaster

Posted By Doug Walton

Good lord. There's no way the thieves can unload that scope.

More likely, I think, is that they'll find the scope and trailer abandoned along a road somewhere (that's the optimistic scenario).

November 15, 2003 08:25 PM Forum: Equipment Talk

Which 2 of 3 AP scopes you will choose.

Posted By Doug Walton

130 and 155, with the 155 having the highest priority.