Planes.. Harvard & CT4 Plastic Parrot

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  1. Vladdo

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    I've been practicing a fair bit with my new sigma 150-600 sports and must say that I'm completely in love with this awesome lens. There was an update to the firmware that has improved OS mode 2 so it's a lot more forgiving when trying to get prop blur on planes. I can now get a reasonable keeper rate @ 1/320 & 1/250th..

    Roll on Avalon 2015..

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  2. Akh-Horus

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    Lovely work from you good Sir but I expect nothing less these days.:thumbup::thumbup:
     
  3. Havabigjuan

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    correct, nothing less from now on!!!!
     
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    Vladdo

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    Hahaha thanks guys :thumbup::thumbup:

    What I like to show are closeups.. when a plane goes into a loop and you're on the ground, you can't possibly see what they're experiencing.. so I like to expose that, highlight it.. rather than just a plane in level flight and has the same camera angle as everyone else.. but still remaining sharp and I always like to see the pilot, in some sharp or form..

    So yeah.. thoroughly enjoying the new sigma.. I can now get good keeper rates without sacrificing quality.
     
  5. Havabigjuan

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    yes, you WILL!
     

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