Wow... now I am sure we did pass each other too.
OK... to narrow down the field a tad more... I was that fat fella in green collared-T, camou cargo pants and jungle hat, and with a contraption that resembles the M4/M16 carbine that allows a user to aim and shoot his DSLR like a rifle. (SharpShooter Camera Mount System)
I have always been a shooter since school days and had always done well with rifles of all kinds (air rifle, AR15/M16, .22 T-bolt, over/under or side-by-side shotguns for trap/skeet, etc), therefore I thought I would order one in to try it out when I chanced upon the website showing this rifle-like attachment for DSLR's. Was testing it for the first time since receiving the shipment in April, but just did not have a chance to field-test it till now due to my work commitment. I must say I am pleased with the first test. Can't wait to go out with it again sometime soon.
Hope to catch up with you the next time we are in the field. :thumbsup:
Looking forward to meeting you in the field, bro motionstills.Haha didn't notice that, maybe i crossed your line of fire on the double ...dangerous to wonder in front of big cannons :sweat: the SharpShooter System sure looks cool and comfortable to shoot with, hope to spot you next time.
I am in green camou hat, bermudas and grey polo-T, no big cannon, just hunting around with an Oly E-M5, bino, monopod and domke f2. My wife is behind with her Pany GH2 and bino, also in green camou hat and very dull outfit :bsmilie:
Thanks for your kind comments, coolhand57.Nice series, CCx9...I've never had a good chance with the munias...they love hiding in long grass. Or maybe i walk around too much.