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wexford wildlife reserve 1.jpg
08-APR-2010

wexford wildlife reserve 1.jpg

Sigma SD14
1/400s f/10.0 at 18.0mm iso100 full exif

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Jim Flavin11-Apr-2010 07:56
I agree Brian - the Sigma is way ahead for colours - and a lot more . Its just I cant get the shutter speed many days with the Sigma - but soetimes I dont need it [ fast shutter speed ] but have the Canon to hand . What I need is servants !!!!!!!.
Zone8 in Spain 09-Apr-2010 20:18
Superb area Jim for wildlife -especially of the feathered variety. I know why you use the other cameras but in all honesty (even though I am biased) the Sigma ones just leap out due the natural colour rendition. Many of the bird shots are well enough captured so you must be doing something right!
Jim Flavin09-Apr-2010 19:20
Wexford Wildlife Reserve is largest in country [ 800 acres ]. It is situated on the North ''Slob''[ 2,000 acres ] - 3 miles North of Wexford Town . It is 3 metres below sea level - as is the Norh'' Slob ''. The area has large Dykes to keep back the sea water etc - and a pumping system to keep the area drained . It is ideal for Wildlife - mainly birds . The rest of the Slob is used mainly for summer grazing.