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4-25-09 part III

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This shot ruined courtesy of an R42. :P

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Stans' flash just happened to go off as soon as I took this...leading to a sharp bonnet on the train, but everything else is slightly blurred

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Thanks fer lookin'!

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Nice shots man. I want your lens :P

 

Hehe, thanks Julio. Next time i'll fill the bag with all the goodies, you can try them out.

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you've done it again :D

 

Next time it better be with one of those fine young ladies at Marcy...:P

 

Very good quality! What kind of camera do you use?

 

These were with a Nikon D200 + Tamron 17-50 f/2.8. All aboveground shots were ISO 400 & f/8 (don't remember shutter speeds).

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Nice!

 

I have a question about lenses:

 

Is a 70-200 mm lens going to be of any use in NYCT railfanning?

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Nice!

 

I have a question about lenses:

 

Is a 70-200 mm lens going to be of any use in NYCT railfanning?

 

Only on outdoor stations. I use my 80-200 (the 70-200s grandfather :() from time to time. Like a UPS guy, that lens delivers.

 

Here's a sample from the D200 + 80-200:

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