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with 2800 slave 100 iso

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Good catch on that moose.
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I agree that moose pict rocks!


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That's one of the best moose photos I've seen from a trail camera.
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great moose pic.
If it's got fur,feathers,or scales it's in trouble.
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Awesome pics! is the Panasonic fh27 build using native flash?
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buck66,

Good catch on the moose's eye...that's what makes this shot special...!

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choclabs wrote:Awesome pics! is the Panasonic fh27 build using native flash?
no it has a v2800 but cam is set on 100 iso
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