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Statistics: Posted by Dubh — Wed Mar 21, 2018 2:07 pm
Look at greentoe.com
Yeah, at first I thought it was shady, but it's legit. I bought 2 lenses through them. Saved significant $.
Guaranteed new, full US warranty and 30 day returns (no questions asked.) Yup, sounds too good, but it is legit.
PS No connection with greentoe - just a satisfied customer.
Statistics: Posted by F55 — Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:41 am
Thank you again and any and all comments are welcome... Do you know of any ways to save some money on buying these lenses? What are some favorite and secure places to buy online? Also is the online store..www.abesofmaine.com
Is this website real? or should I stay away from it? Any other places besides B&H, Adorama, Canon to shop ?
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Statistics: Posted by RikWriter — Mon Mar 12, 2018 10:03 am
About half a dozen groups of bison hunters on the old Yellowstone Road.
YNP1-9375 by john morris, on Flickr
YNP1-9380 by john morris, on Flickr
Saw 3 foxes, all around the Picnic area.
YNP1-9384 by john morris, on Flickr
Lots of faraway wolves, caught this one near the road by the Institute.
YNP1-9442 by john morris, on Flickr
YNP1-9401 by john morris, on Flickr
We had a choice for camping of snow at Mammoth or mud at Yankee Jim, we chose the mud.
YNP1-9240 by john morris, on Flickr
Statistics: Posted by bridger1215 — Mon Mar 12, 2018 8:48 am
I don't care what equipment you use, the results are always great.
Statistics: Posted by lah — Wed Mar 07, 2018 10:20 pm
I'm now shooting the Sony A7RIII with a 16-35/2.8 GM, 24-105/4.0 G and 100-400/5.6 GM while I wait for their 400/2.8 GM to ship this summer.
A cross fox out hunting near lower geyser basin (Sony A7RIII and 100-400 GM and 2.0 TC)
Water and ice at Yellowstone Falls (Sony A7RIII and 100-400 GM)
A resting coyote takes a peak (Sony A7RIII and 100-400 GM with 2.0 TC)
A coyote enjoys the young bison killed by wolves near Old Faithful (Sony A7RIII and 100-400 GM with 2.0 TC)
A bison sits out a storm near Soda Butte Cone on a very cold and windy morning (Sony A7RIII and 100-400 GM)
A red fox makes its way along the valley floor (Sony A7RIII and 100-400 GM)
Last Fall I transitioned from Canon to Sony for many reasons, mostly size and portability for my travels. I've partnered with a Montana based nonprofit who is doing a raffle and the winner gets all of my Canon camera gear, and more.
Only 500 tickets are being sold at $100 a piece. Once all the tickets are sold or on May 10, 2018, one lucky winner will receive an entire professional photography gear package valued at $31,552.
I'm mentioning it here, because you all know me as GoHike the professor who makes lots and lots of trips to Yellowstone, and also because the drawing is just in time for bear season in Yellowstone. Plus you have all watched the photographs made by the gear for the last decade, and if one of you wins the gear will keep getting to go to Yellowstone and make beautiful pictures of parkadise.
There used to be a for sale forum, but it didn't get recreated with the new site, so hopefully I'm not posting this in the wrong place.
Statistics: Posted by GoHike — Wed Mar 07, 2018 9:16 pm
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