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Old May 21, 2004, 12:14 PM   #6
wsandman1
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If you have a longer lens and it's pretty bright you might want to switch to get some really close-ups. Otherwise the only thing I might change would be to shoot at ISO 100 if there's enough light. If you haven't got good at it make sure you can do quick reviews using the magnification factor on the LCD screen. This will let you know if your focus is sharp. I'd stick with the 28-135 mmfor most of the event. Try to anticipate the action and then shoot in the continuous mode. If you do it just right, you'll get a spectacular shots. Bad thing about it, if you get a few really good shots as a result of the continous shot mode it willmake you want to upgrade to the MarkII.
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