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May 24, 2005 16:13 |  #1

I just got myself a 20D. I'm still learning about all it's functions but it is so much better than my 300D.

I think this is pretty good for my second day with the camera.

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May 24, 2005 18:27 |  #2

that is a sweet shot.love the motion blur,but what really struck me was the nice prop blur.


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May 24, 2005 21:21 |  #3

Marauder61 wrote:
I just got myself a 20D. I'm still learning about all it's functions but it is so much better than my 300D.

I think this is pretty good for my second day with the camera.

I'll say it's pretty good! I've been debating the same choice of upgrading to the 20D. Did you upgrade mainly for the AI servo? Did you keep the 300?(as a second body)

I wasn't able to make it up to Chino for the show, to much family stuff going on. Hope it was a good show!


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May 24, 2005 21:54 |  #4

That's a SWEET shot of that Bearcat. Who would of thought you could see so many classic WWII aircraft on a Canon forum? :D
BTW, Congrats on the 20D. ;)
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May 25, 2005 10:13 |  #5

Nice picture. Love the sense of speed.

I like the older F6F Hellcat over this one. The tail on this one seems so weird.

The Bearcat is one really fast plane though. It holds the record for the fastest piston engine prop plane.


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May 25, 2005 10:18 as a reply to  @ wolverinesr1's post |  #6

wolverinesr1 wrote:
that is a sweet shot.love the motion blur,but what really struck me was the nice prop blur.

Yeah, the prob blur really makes it nice!


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May 25, 2005 21:42 |  #7

Thanks for the really great shot of the Bearcat. Well done. Was this it at Chino this year?

Any more??

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