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    Phillip Island MotoGP 2018

    A few photos from Friday.

    Arbelino ex Turn 10, FP2

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    Passini over Lukey Heights, FP2

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    Alex Marquez into Lukey Heights, FP2

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    Oliviera exits Siberia, Bagnaia trailing, FP2

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    Pedrosa through Siberia, FP2

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    Vinales
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    Mike Jones, Smith, Petrucci through Siberia, FP2

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    Bautista loses the front into Siberia, FP2

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    Miller through Siberia, FP2

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    Troy Bayliss leads Glenn Allerton through Siberia on the way to winning Superbike Race #1

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    Re: Phillip Island MotoGP 2018

    Those are sweet! Great camera work.
    Fiat vox!

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    Those are sweet! Great camera work.

    Cheers. Saturday & Sunday:

    Oliviera through MG, FP3

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    Petrucci through MG, FP3

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    Smith loses the front through MG, FP3
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    Marc Marquez through MG, FP3
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    Dovizioso through MG, FP3
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    Miller doubles Rins back after a breakdown, end of FP3
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    Brad Binder into Southern Loop, Qualifying
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    Iannone leads Rossi out of Southern Loop, FP4
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    Miller leads Bautista into Turn 11, Morning warm up
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    Iannone through Turn 11, morning warm up
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    Podium - Vinales, Iannone, Dovizioso
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    Re: Phillip Island MotoGP 2018

    Equally great! Well done!

    Aside from technique, you must have one nice bit of kit to get that kind of perfect exposure (and sharpness!) when you're using obviously super-fast shutter speeds and long focal lengths. I'm not jealous at all.... ;)
    Fiat vox!

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    Re: Phillip Island MotoGP 2018

    Aside from technique, you must have one nice bit of kit to get that kind of perfect exposure (and sharpness!) when you're using obviously super-fast shutter speeds and long focal lengths.

    Thanks. I'll skip the long version of the story. I'd been using a Panasonic Lumix digital (with a 12x zoom - 36-432 35mm equivalent) since late 2004 and came to the point when I needed to upgrade. I had been looking into Canon and Nikon FF, but I like to use the full zoom range of my camera when travelling and decided that carting around interchangeable lenses and constantly swapping between them would be a pita. I ended up buying the current version of my old camera - https://www.panasonic.com/au/consumer/lumix-cameras-video-cameras/lumix-digital-cameras/dmc-fz300.html



    The photos above are all in the 500-600 range of the lens.
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    Re: Phillip Island MotoGP 2018

    Really fantastic photographs!

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    WOW these are unreal. Proof its more about the photographer than the camera!

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    Nice work with that Lumix. Really enjoyed looking at your shots. Phillip Island is my favorite track.

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    That's really amazing!

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    Great pics! It takes some real guts to race those bikes. Their all champions to me.

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