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    Reps are awesome Fi, I keep a couple of Geckos and love wtaching them. They also make stunning models as your set illustrates very well.

    The lunch pic is a cracker - not your usual thing, so well done!

    The monitor is very similar to a shot of the Komodo at London that I took,a very nice portrait image.

    BTW - Did you see my comment about trying the 300mm PF lens for something a bit longer than yuo currently use ?
     
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    Thanks Mark. I actually do quite a bit of macro and most of these are taken with my Tamron 90mm lens - so the lunch shot isn't so out of the ordinary ;)

    My standard zooing lens is my Nikon 70-300mm so I was thinking of something longer than that tbh - but what does the PF bit stand for?
     
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    Hi Fi
    The latest 300mm from Nikon uses a special lens that makes it very light and small, hence why I asked...

    PF actually stands for Phase Fresnel, and Fresnel being how they make lighthouse lens....

    https://kenrockwell.com/nikon/300mm-pf.htm
     
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    Thank you - light and small would be definite advantages!
     
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    Indeed, hence my suggestion...it was on my radar until I bought a 70-200 2.8 and some TCs....
     
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