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asked by Donie E. Schmidt on December 13, 2010
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No one responded because this forum is for the G2, which is a somewhat specialized model. If you look on the camera and lenses you have for the brand name, like Pentax, Canon, Nikon, Minolta, etc., then post your question on the "digital slr" forum, you will get the responses that are relevant. Responses on this forum won't do you much good. Good Luck.
Les Schmader answered on December 22, 2010
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I have used the G@ for photographing birds. If the birds are moving, you will need a better camera than this. The really issue is the capability of the lens, and the lenses available for this camera cannot compete with the type of high end lenses that's required to capture bird's in motion. With this camera, you might be lucky, but a good photo will often be a matter of luck and skill with this camera.
Usually Pleased answered on October 16, 2013
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