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Originally posted by ISJ
Call me cynical but hmmmmm.
Now i dont know about you but when i look for the cat outside at dusk i dont have my digi camera setup on a tripod and night mode selected, now if i did have my camera to hand would i be able to turn it on, select night mode, get a focus and capture an good image (probably first time) all as a fast jet flys by the window?
Just my opinion of course
The Skunk Works Photographer came to me one after noon and said, "Ben, I think this polorid has a bad lens. It won't focus correctly when I take a picture of the steath." I sat back for a moment and though about it. "Wait a moment, your camera is fine! Auto focus uses echo ranging like a bat would. It's the shape of the plane that is causing the problem!"
Originally posted by ShinobiAurora
it is probably a moth on the window, looks a lot like this species:
'1661 Orange Underwing Archiearis parthenias (Linnaeus, 1761), It inhabits birch woods, in England, Wales and parts of Scotland'
[edit on 16-6-2006 by ShinobiAurora]