Very nice pictures, especially with one of Marc Marquez elbow-scraping.
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Can I suggest that you try some HDR on this shot to improve the rather dark areas in the canyon. It could look much better then.
While your improving it you might like to put in a bit of foreground so the river is not clipped at the bottom of the frame. At the moment it looks like the water might leak out and get the viewers feet wet.
You're right, that is very strange. I didn't notice that before. How do you check it and/or get it fixed? Thanks.
I'm not sure if the 400 focuses slow, but it definitely does "slower" vs. the 300. I'm serious, as I've noticed this even before you asked.
I did realize of course that with the 300 the runners are closer to me when I fire the shutter, vs. the 400, which could matter.bdunbar79,
Is DOF (f/2.8 is pretty thin) more difficult to manage at longer focal lengths?
Agreed.I bought myself a Ready NAS, Which runs in X-Raid2 because both of my hdd´s were erased like if you get it new and don´t know why, I restored als my data transferred it to the Nas wher one Hdd mirrors the other
This tread is very old, but before anyone believes that using nas/raid for data safety: It does protect you from *hardware* failure, but it doesn't from *software* or *user* error. If you accidentally erase some folders of files (most common disaster cause) a raid setup won't protect you, only an independent backup will. So raid is for high availability, but not necessarily for data safety.