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    Digiscoping , camera ?

    Hi Guys ,

    I am looking at buying a camera to use at the back of a spotting scope , donot know what is good for this aplication , I want to take vid with it , so what do you guys reccomend ?

    Later Chris

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    does your neighbor know this Chris,I better tell her your intentions with the new spotter 60 so she can close the curtains
    Tweed or not to Tweed that is the question

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    Panasonic lumix tz 20 or 30.
    Stills, video in hd.
    Easy to make an adaptor tube, large video screen so you can watch your recorded view, even attach it to a scope to vid your shooting, $190 on ebay.com

    Its the bees knees (anyone know the origin of that saying?)
    A big fast bullet beats a little fast bullet every time

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    The phrase was first recorded in the late 18th century, when it was used to mean 'something very small and insignificant'. Its current meaning dates from the 1920s, at which time a whole collection of American slang expressions were coined with the meaning 'an outstanding person or thing'. Examples included the flea's eyebrows, the canary's tusks, and one that still survives - the cat's whiskers. The switch in meaning for the bee's knees probably emerged because it was so similar in structure and pattern to these other phrases.
    Tweed or not to Tweed that is the question

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    Brian ,

    You are a grubby maggot , you know all I can see from my place is a supermarket carpark , NO houses .


    Later Chris

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    summer mummys lol
    Tweed or not to Tweed that is the question

 

 

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