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Old Sep 16, 2012, 6:27 AM   #1
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Default Motor Racing V8 Supercars (Sandown 500) FZ150

Went to the V8 Supercars (Sandown 500) today and took some pics.
All shots were with MF, used the Tcon-17 for some & experimented with a ND8 filter for some slower shutter speed shots to see what results I coued get with the FZ150.






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Tcon-17



1/30 sec (ND8 filter)



1/40 sec (ND8 filter)



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1/10 sec (ND8 filter)

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Old Sep 16, 2012, 10:28 AM   #2
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Neat actionshots! Must have been a challenge getting a good pan at high zoom levels!
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Very nice work with the FZ150.

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G'day TG

Very much like the blurry-action ones > they show the movement much better than the frozen-motion 'regular' pics

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Great action shots, TG!!
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Neat actionshots! Must have been a challenge getting a good pan at high zoom levels!
Thanks, is a bit of a challenge especially the slower shutter speed shots.
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Wow great shots, love the Jim Beam (car) shot!! That's awesome. How do you get part of car in focus??
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Wow great shots, love the Jim Beam (car) shot!! That's awesome. How do you get part of car in focus??
Thanks, the back of the car is out of focus because of motion blur due to the slow shutter speed being used (Back of car moving up & down or to the side compared to the font of the car).
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Awesome series of shots! Amazing work!
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