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Over the following few months, though, I came up against three problems.

At the same time, I was reading widely about bird photography and looking at the photos being posted on the Internet.

This really got me hooked and I realized that I was getting more of a buzz looking at high-quality images of even common birds than distant shots of rarities.

On a small country park lake, this bird was surfacing anywhere from 20 to 200 feet away but, try as I might, every time I got my scope and camera set up on the bird, it submerged again.

At that rate, I could have spent a week there without a single worthwhile image.

Given my limited budget, I knew I had to decide between upgrading my digiscoping kit and investing in the Digital SLR (DSLR) route.

The deciding factor for me was a day spent trying to photograph a Red-throated Diver in late 2004.

Having bought this (body only), my budget had virtually gone and I could only afford an 89 Nikon 70-300mm G zoom lens.