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PostPosted: Fri Jul 09, 2021 1:08 pm 
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One of my first images captured on one of my DSLR camera traps. I used three Nikon SB-28 flashes with Jeff's wireless sensor attached directly to the base that the camera sits on. To walk out on a mud beaver dam is not easy to set up all this equipment. Now that it is there its a lot easier to just change out batteries and cards. It still takes some time as the area has water on both sides of the beaver dam. Nikon D3300, f9, 1/200sec., ISO-800, Sigma lens set to 20mm. I hope I have all this right. New to DSLR.


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Absolutely awesome. Congrats on a great pic!

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Beautiful, fantastic capture. Thanks for Sharing..


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Those colours, unreal.

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Great start.


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Heck, you could crop out that Beaver and it would still be a dandy picture.

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"Zen moments with Beaver!" Terrific!


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Ya done good, real good!!

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