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    The Roe I see from my sitting room

    One of each.... At least that's what it looked like through the bins...

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    But, I had to walk down to them to be sure...

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    Now I want you to recommend me a better, but not too expensive camera (under 250) cos my little Samsung L74 is not really all that good at this sort of work.
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    Both Nikon and Canon have some good bridge cameras out there for your budget, stick it in a google search.
    Avoid Fuji because if anything goes wrong their repair service stinks.
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    I would look for a second hand Canon Digital SLR with a 70-300mm lense. You should get one for 250
    I've never used them before but www.mpbphotographic.co.uk have a good range

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    WOW... What a view. So Lucky. Anywhere to rent out for a week up there?!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennios View Post
    WOW... What a view. So Lucky. Anywhere to rent out for a week up there?!!!!
    Really? .... You like that view? ... A boggy hole at the bottom of a winter barley park. Certainly a few deer brighten it up but s'not exactly "Scenic Scotland"

    The view to the east always appeals to me much more, whatever the time of year...

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    Can i join your deer group i could quickly change that view lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6pointer View Post
    Can i join your deer group i could quickly change that view lol
    My "would-be" members are mostly Scotsman readers and the phone's been ringing-of-the-hook since yesterday morning, thanks to Finlay...

    Thanks for the offer though... I'll get back to you once we work out day-rate... charges.

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    Tom,look on the bright side they may end up over the Boundry in neck of the woods. !
    Nice picture just the same.
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