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NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2012 4:07PM
You are certainly the man when it comes to grabbing these rather superb full throttle, adrenalin rushing images Steve. "May I be so bold as to ask, to you use a monopod/tripod?", as the weight of your lens would certainly begin to take its toll on my spindle like limbs.

Regards Nathan.

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EOS_fan 5 27 England
24 Sep 2012 4:31PM
Hi Nathan
Many thanks for your kind words and votes on this and many other photo's of mine, they're much appreciated Smile

I didn't use either a tripod or monopod for these shots, I had tried a monopod earlier in the day but I gave up with that as it seemed to be more of a hinderance than a help. Yes, the combination of a 60d body and the 400mm lens is quite heavy, but I soon got used to it and preferred the freedom of movement I had without the monopod.

Regards, Steve
Johno450 5 24 1 United Kingdom
27 Sep 2012 12:27AM
Nice shot Steve.

Yes I will go with you on the tripod/monopod debate.... I find a monopod a bit of a hinderance too trying to follow fast moving action subjects.... you just have to get used to the weight of the body/lens combo used.

John
EOS_fan 5 27 England
27 Sep 2012 5:12PM
Thanks John Smile

Steve

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