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  • Play it on the record player by Hikennys

    worn out
    • 22 Mar 2023 9:30AM
  • Workshop by RonDM

    A pretty standard setup for a jobbing lathe in a small workshop I still see many like this, It's a little filthy.
    • 27 Feb 2023 9:33AM
  • #8 by rickie

    You are talking 7 litre plus for Can Am the works McLarens used a specially cast 8.4 litre Chevy block. A superb car, great shot
    • 5 Oct 2022 7:54AM
  • Orange Motorsport by kelvin7

    • 4 Aug 2022 7:45AM
  • 447 by rickie

    That thing was rapid I had to watch the run several times on YouTube it was so fast. Electric power with a ground effect fan to suck it down to the track.
    • 3 Aug 2022 6:21AM
  • #27 by rickie

    Red 5 or ll Leone, fantastic period of F!.
    • 26 Jun 2022 8:57AM

    "How to be Idle", I had that book but couldn't be bothered to read it. 😎
    • 26 Jan 2022 9:56AM
  • SB-700 wont turn on

    I assume you have checked that some old batteries have not leaked and corroded one of the terminals in the flash unit. If not it is worth trying cleaning the contacts in ...
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  • Posted on: 8 Top Reasons To Use A Tripod When Taking Photos

    Never use a tripod for panning at a motor race. I have seen many try, give up and then hand hold. Cars travel to fast to be able to follow the action using a tripod. I have seen Tripods with long lenses on them being pointed at the end of a straight and the shot being taken at high shutter speed head on, no panning.
    • 7 Mar 2021 9:17AM
  • Posted on: Do We Really Need A Smart Battery? NiteCore Thinks Sony Mirrorless Camera Owners Do

    I see the only advantage of this battery is the ability to update its firmware after a firmware update from the camera manufactures reduces, its ability to be efficient, or work properly.
    • 22 Aug 2019 8:04AM
  • Posted on: Top 33 Best Telephoto Zoom Lenses 2020

    Nikon 200-500!
    • 16 Jan 2019 9:37AM
  • Posted on: Nikon AF-P NIKKOR 10-20mm f/4.5-5.6G DX VR Sample Photos & Hands-On

    More like 652, the first number probably refers to the area its to be sold in.
    • 22 Jun 2017 11:35AM
  • Posted on: Soligor 400mm f/6.3 T2 Lens Review

    It's really good to see reviews like this of cheap alternative lenses. There are many new lenses like this plus mirror lenses that could be tested and compared to newer designs, for the cost of a tele converter you have a prime lens. Not everyone has the money for top quality lenses.
    • 16 May 2017 3:11PM
  • Posted on: Tamron 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 Di II VC HLD Review

    Quote:Not sure why review websites keep ignoring the Tokina 11-20mm f2.8 that replaced the very popular 11-16mm some time ago. Actually, I can probably take a guess that it's due to Tokina's poor marketing and slow distribution.

    Regardless, surely it's one of the most fitting alternatives to this and a good point for a direct comparison review?

    I agree you can't even get one of the shelf at the larger retailers , allows seems to be order only.
    • 6 Mar 2017 1:24PM
  • Posted on: Tamron 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 Di II VC HLD Review

    I would have liked to see this lens tested on a higher resolution Nikon body, it would be imformative for existing lenses to be retested to compare with this lens. The testing results are now numerical 0-3500 LW/PH where previously they were classed as poor-excellent, excellent could have been 2500 LW/PH the new method is better but not comparable with previous results. Thanks for reviewing so quickly I am interested in a lens in this group.
    • 6 Mar 2017 8:53AM
  • Posted on: Nikon D5 High ISO Sample Images

    I understand these hi iso settings are usefull for surveillance work, think police or anti terrorism. Not all cameras will end up in the hands off people who shoot for the sake of a good photo, I believe nikon themselves actually mentioned this use when the camera was unveiled.
    • 31 Mar 2016 3:57PM
  • Posted on: Tamrac Announce Anvil Professional Backpacks

    I am always interested in new camerabags, unfortunately the Tamrac web site does not show very good pictures of how the bags look loaded with camera gear, just a generic photo of part of one bag interior with a body with lens , except the long tele bag, look at the Think Tank site to see how it should be done. Would I be interested in these bags Without decent photos I really don't know?
    • 29 Jun 2015 9:15PM
  • Posted on: Why Use A Support For Motorsport Photography?

    I find tripods the least useful accessory to take to a motor race, the only people who are able to use them successfully are the small number of professionals using a 600mm lens set up at the end of a long straight, and shooting approaching cars head on. Not a position accessible to amateurs who have catch fencing, marshals and professional photographers in there way. They are also not suitable for grandstands , you are also not panning in a flat curve the camera needs to move up or down as you pan., you need freedom of movement to pan smoothy.
    The monopod is however the best accessory you can take to a motor race, it simply supports the weight of your long lens without restricting movement, I use a ballhead on mine to support a 200-400 f4. when panning I set the ballhead loose holding the lens and camera body as if I was shooting without a support, this allows the camera and lens to rotate around me , I am not trying to rotate around a fixed point, when resting tighten the clamps. Buy a monopod which will give you the maximum height , allowing the foot to be on a lower step on the grandstand or lower down a embankment. Of the many thousands of photographers at motor races very very few try to use a tripod and these seem to end up shooting without it by the end of the day.
    • 26 Mar 2013 5:28PM
  • Posted on: Nikon 10.5mm f/2.8G ED DX Fisheye Nikkor Review

    "No silent wave motor means no AF on entry-level bodies"
    I'm pretty sure this does focus on all entry level bodies, its a "G" lens and has a internal focus motor, not the "D" variety which require a screwdriver drive from the camera body to focus.
    • 1 Feb 2012 7:43PM

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