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NIKON CORPORATION
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NIKON D7000
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1/1000 second
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F/3.2
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42 mm
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May 6, 2013, 4:42:53 PM
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Intrepid Explorer by FurLined Intrepid Explorer by FurLined
Theo stepping out into the sunshine.

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MissingSanity Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2013   Digital Artist
That is the most beautiful cat i have ever seen
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Rin-Spiritwolf Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2013  Hobbyist
Pretiest kitty ever!
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JayceJvR1992 Featured By Owner May 30, 2013  Student Digital Artist
So beautiful :D.
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suezn Featured By Owner May 12, 2013
Beautiful cat and shot!
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LuckyFy Featured By Owner May 12, 2013
Awesome !
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FlutterYay56 Featured By Owner May 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I can't express how much I LOVE cats! What do you recommend for a SLR Nikon?
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FurLined Featured By Owner May 10, 2013
I use Nikon myself, but Canon are equally good - I think the initial choice between brand often comes down to price/special offers/camera controls (there are some differences, some people seem to have a preference for Nikon over Canon and vice versa). Then once you've picked a brand you tend to stick with it as you build up a collection of lenses so if you upgrade it tends to be to upgrade the body to one that still works with the lenses!

For cat photography I've always found it useful to have at least one lens which can manage a shallow depth of field (i.e. sharp subject with blurry background) - so one that can manage a small aperture is important. The cheapest way to do that is with a fixed focal length lens, so when I got my first SLR I got the cheap zoom lens that they usually bundle in a "kit" with the camera body, and then I also bought a fixed focal length lens (at the time I got a 50mm, but these days I use a 35mm).

Bit of an overly long answer that, oops!
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FlutterYay56 Featured By Owner May 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you so much for the detailed description! I'm so excited! I have a point and shoot Sony, which I find the photos are always blue and it takes a long time for it to focus.
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Gretgor Featured By Owner May 9, 2013
Oh, what a cut, curious explorer! I love Theo's yellow eyes, fantastic :D
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Gretgor Featured By Owner May 9, 2013
cute*
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