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Anyone know when the D5 Mark III is due out?

I'm waiting for the Mark II price to drop...
 

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WHen I first saw the Moose foto I was thinking you keep living dangerously! :p Then I remember you have big, big lenses! Thanks for sharing.
 
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Thank you!

Hello Mathias!
It was 3-3.5 meters. As you already know, depth of field was anorexic.
 
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WHen I first saw the Moose foto I was thinking you keep living dangerously! :p Then I remember you have big, big lenses! Thanks for sharing.
Eric, I know we have not hung out in a while.
Sold my canoe.
But I still enjoy getting my freak on.
This was taken thirty days ago.







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I just found this marvelous thread...so a day late and a dollar short yet again. Lovely, crisp photos and very interesting subjects. Wonderful....more! more!
 
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Thank you very much for the wonderful and inspiring comments.
At the moment, I am doing the legwork to "break into a new field".
All of the kind words here have been extremely motivating.

Many thanks!
Clark:)
 

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WOW is all I can say....I love looking at GREAT photos and your whale shots were National Geographic quality in my humble opinion...heck they all were but the whale shots had me hearing the splash of the water and the seagull cries. :clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap:
 
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Next few rounds will be aviation related.
Props first.
Many ultra soft images, at this event, shooting 1/60-1/160sec. in order to acheive prop blur.
The frozen prop, was at 1/1600sec. I think. Pretend it is spinning.
Intentionally left dust in. Some chat about it a while back.







Sat most of the morning next to this fellow in the light blue shirt. His children treated him to this ride.




Had most of plane in image, but leveled, and ended clipping a bit of the prop.






My favorite pony.








Thank you for your time.:)
 

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A Mustang. A classic World War II plane. Those still around are worth fortunes. I would love to sit and fly in one of those. Great pics Clark.
 
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