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Old Apr 2, 2018, 5:28 AM   #1
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Some photos from the Supercars support category Race 2 & 3 at the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix.
First time this round has counted for points in there championship at the Grand Prix. Some of the best racing you will ever see always close and lots of action and the V8's sound great.
Shots taken with E-M1 II & Panasonic 100-400 loving this combination.



1) 1/200 f6.3 ISO 320 300mm


2) 1/320 f7.1 ISO 500 400mm


3) 1/320 f7.1 ISO 400 400mm


4) 1/200 f6.3 ISO 250 300mm


5) 1/100 f6.3 ISO 200 300mm


6) 1/60 f6.3 ISO 125 300mm


7) 1/400 f6.3 ISO 4000 400mm


8) 1/320 f5.6 ISO 2500 250mm


9) 1/320 f5.7 ISO 2000 300mm


10) 1/200 f5.9 ISO 8000 350mm


11) 1/200 f11 ISO 12800 300mm


12) 1/80 f6.3 ISO 2000 300mm

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Old Apr 2, 2018, 4:45 PM   #2
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G'day TG

Best I can say now is ... WOW - what a beaut collection
I am most impressed with the sheer clarity of the ISO8000 image, and I have to agree with you re- the lens - it's providing you with some really superb images

Q-1 ... where are you shooting from - inside or outside the track? and
... what is the small 'thing' on the roof of each vehicle?
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Just curious, after attending one of the big Nascar races here in Texas, are you shooting these while wearing ear plugs? I can only imagine how this sounds from your vantage-point, which is fantastic.

Reminds me of the days I used to be able to go to the thoroughbred races here with my Olympus DSLR outfit. Boy, do I wish I could get my E-M1 Mark II in at the track with the 40-150mm f2.8 and 300mm f4.
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Old Apr 3, 2018, 9:39 PM   #4
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G'day TG

Best I can say now is ... WOW - what a beaut collection
I am most impressed with the sheer clarity of the ISO8000 image, and I have to agree with you re- the lens - it's providing you with some really superb images

Q-1 ... where are you shooting from - inside or outside the track? and
... what is the small 'thing' on the roof of each vehicle?
Phil
Thanks Phil,
Shooting from the outside through the wire mesh fence. The round thing on top of the roof I believe is a 360 deg. camera
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