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    Getting close

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    I tell everyone I made this thru the left lense of my Bushnell 8x32 binoculars with my Iphone IV

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    I also use my binos a lot to take pics. Works well. Cool pic

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    Nice pic. I never realized how small whitetail ears are compared to our muleys out west.
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    I've never tried taking a photo through my binoculars. Your's turned out nice. Thanks for sharing it.

    I think my phone takes photos but it's a old one. I don't know if I'm really ready to have a telephone that is so much smarter than me!

    My son is a teenager, so I already don't know anything by comparison! He probably knows how they work.

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    Sorry, but that was just bull about the pic being made through the bino. Truth is, I believe it was made with an Olympus SP-500UZ. lens is AF 6.3-63. The deer was just off Toad Stool rd north of Crawford, Ne. A lot of thing right in that photo.

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    Whatever took it, it's a nice photo and a beautiful doe.

    However, you may have added validity to my sons opinion that I don't know much! Lol.

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    A buddy of mine took this pic through a cheap spotting scope with a cheap camera.Click image for larger version. 

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    I think you will be okay. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtreme View Post
    I think you will be okay. lol
    You don't think anyone will think I'm pulling their leg too? LOL

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    Honest, I ordered a new camera tonight. An Olympus 820, I think it will make a good point & shoot hunting camera.

 

 

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