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Old Nov 5, 2006, 6:01 AM   #1
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Here are some cycling pics taken a few weeks ago at the Herald Sun Tour 2006 (Melbourne, Australia)








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Old Nov 8, 2006, 8:17 AM   #2
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GREAT SHOTS!
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Old Nov 8, 2006, 11:30 AM   #3
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Hi TG, nice series. I'm impressed that you were working as low as 1/30th on these, I have not tried anything at less than 1/60th. Do you have IS (not sure that it would even help in this sort of shot but was just thinking of the vertical)?
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Thanks,

Mark1616 shots 1,3 & 4 were taken with Canon EF 24-105 f4 L IS, IS was switched off (do not use IS for action shots).
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That's cool (and feel free to call me Mark :-)). I was just wondering as I have recently moved from Konica Minolta 5D to Canon 30D so don't have any IS/Anti-Shake available any longer so just wondered if you were using it or not. I always left it on when shooting so was not sure what the difference would be.
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