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    Carnivorous plant enthusiast vraev's Avatar
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    Cool

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    Quote[/b] (Lauderdale @ Oct. 12 2006,9:46)]My Olympus C-750 UZ, there is a newer version out now, has great macro capability and a 10x (360 mm) zoom. You can buy an adapter to take most other Olympus lens.
    Take a look at some of my pics at:

    http://www.cpforums.org/gallery/album01
    amazing pics there. I love the VFT. Sooo perfect....sooo intricate....so blended in with the moss. now thats the perfect habitat for a VFT.

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    I hope you realize that most VFT's arent found with sphagnum moss? (unless I have been miss informed!)

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    lol! isn't sphagnum found in the same habitat like a bog.

    SO mathematically:

    Sphaghnum gives peat, VFT grows in peat bogs which would imply, VFT and sphagnum co exist.

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    yea, you idea is right, but try planting a VFT in strait sphagnum. probably would be a little more wet than the VFT would like but its not saying It cant grow their, but you can find VFT's in less sphagnum filled areas, their will be patches but its mostly peat now.

    any ways n e one got more information on cameras..

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    The sphagnum was just a covering. The VFT's are growing in 50/50 peat and silica sand. I had to give away my whole collection, except for a few pings and drosera, when I moved to my condo. Too much wind and salt air up this high.

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    Here's a couple links for you. One is camera reviews. The other has reviews and general info.

    Steve's Digicams

    Ken Rockwell's site.
    There's a tunnel at the end of the light...

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    I have a Canon EOS 20D, and I love it. I have the 17-85mm IS USM zoom lens, and the 100mm USM macro lens.

    They both rock.

    My next accessories for it will be:

    A good flash
    A tripod
    a 10-20mm ultra-wide lens
    a 100-300mm diffractive optics lens (same size as normal lens, instead of the usual telephoto monster)
    a ring flash for the macro lens
    My Grow List

    "We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star. But we can understand the Universe. That makes us something very special." -- Stephen Hawking

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