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Jun 29, 2012 17:05 |  #16

Well GoPro must be a huge sponsor or something. They have been posting tons of photos on Facebook the last few days. I have no idea who lets them shoot from on top of the ramps and on the courses.


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Jun 29, 2012 17:15 |  #17

what if I don't have a media pass? Can I bring my dslr, and maybe a 70-200L?


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Jul 02, 2012 11:21 |  #18

Cozmocha wrote in post #14650301 (external link)
Well GoPro must be a huge sponsor or something. They have been posting tons of photos on Facebook the last few days. I have no idea who lets them shoot from on top of the ramps and on the courses.

Yes, GoPro was a huge sponsor. They provided some amazing camera angles and interesting footage that I don't think would have been possible otherwise. I love what they are doing with their GoPro arrays!

gratchie wrote in post #14650342 (external link)
what if I don't have a media pass? Can I bring my dslr, and maybe a 70-200L?

DSLR yes, 70-200 no


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Aug 23, 2012 01:22 |  #19

John Photography wrote in post #14571872 (external link)
has anyone shot the X Games here in LA? If so, can you fill me in on what type of glass i'll need to shoot the water delivery los angeles (external link) event with? i'm pretty much shooting the entire 4 days, so the more info i can get the better.

just curious to see where i'll be shooting it from. for instance, the big vert ramp. off the bat, i think i'll need at least a 300.

thanks in advance.

haven't shot it but its a blast to spectate. you'll definitely get some great shots!




  
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