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Let us know the verdict on that lens for flying shots. I'm limited to 300mm right now and find that it's not enough for many shots.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.Thanks guys, a few more. At6 should get a kick out of some of these.
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Great pictures first off, agree lots of playing and practicing, getting there but long way to go I think for me.Terrific to see! Thanks for sharing these.
I have a 600mm lens and it's great for ground-to-airs, but the problem is the greater the distance of the subject matter the greater the tendency to induce unwanted blur. It helps if you have a high shutter speed, but to get that convincing prop blur, it can be tricky to hold the camera still, especially when panning. Note the varying degrees of prop blur in these pics. They still work though.
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Fantastic pics chaps. I was there this year...first time since 2005 !... but was full on busy with the race crews until the Thursday, so didn't get much time to go walkabout and meet up with any-one. Promise I'll try harder next year !
Will be there next year with the race crews and will keep a lookout for y'all !Damn you should have said something we walked by there practically every day. Could have stopped by