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I resolved to mail in my Nikon 80-400mm for service. Previously, I’ve had difficulty using it, including difficulty in tracking birds in flight and having it keep focus or, if it lost focus on the subject, reacquiring it. I went to … Continue reading
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Trying to keep it short today. Still, I have a little lesson regarding perspective . . . Often, we look at someone, and think to ourselves . . . “Self, look at that individual; they look content. Self, why can’t you be … Continue reading