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    A couple of my Birding Tools!

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    where is it when you're pedaling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee View Post
    where is it when you're pedaling?
    Strapped down in the bag.A couple of my Birding Tools!-9.jpg

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    Nice!

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    No tripod?
    I ride with the best dogs.




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    No Tripod

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    No tripod?
    I hand hold 90% of the time, most of my photography is shot of raptors in flight, I miss too many shots using my tripods.A couple of my Birding Tools!-dsc_4497.jpg

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    Great flight photo! I haven't combined my nature photography with the bike before and this gives me some ideas. I might feel more comfortable with my 500 in a long-lens backpack though. I'll have to try to see how it goes.

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    Sweet. Nice photo of the owl. I don't know my fat. What Spec frame is that? I like it. I want one just like it but I don't know what I'd do with it. I still want one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
    Sweet. Nice photo of the owl. I don't know my fat. What Spec frame is that? I like it. I want one just like it but I don't know what I'd do with it. I still want one!
    Sorry I just seen your post. It's a 2016 Specialized Fatboy M4 aluminum.A couple of my Birding Tools!-dsc_7759.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by USAFF4 View Post
    I hand hold 90% of the time, most of my photography is shot of raptors in flight, I miss too many shots using my tripods.Click image for larger version. 

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    I'd think a collapsible monopod would be a good tool for bird photography by bicycle, especially for those longer-range shots, or does modern IS make it unnecessary?

    Really nice photo, btw.

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    I carry a 100-400mm with me. I bit smaller and cheaper than what the OP has.

    A couple of my Birding Tools!-10983314_10152550694721511_9213595218852412308_o.jpg

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    Still, a great photo. I use the same size lens.

    I donít generally take it mountain biking for fear of jostling the lens, but I think Iím getting over that.

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