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Old 12-02-2005, 11:05   #1 (permalink)
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Follow the link to see a shot of some pretty impressive panning. It's of a Hawk trainer taken from a hillside in Wales. It also shows what the AI Servo on the 20D is capable of - the detail captured is amazing. The shot was taken using a 20D with a Canon 300mm f2.8 IS L lens and 1.4 convertor.

There are other impressive images from the same guy on there too

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Fantastic camera those 20D's :wink: Its a very impressive capture for any level of camera. If you look through some of the other shots in his gallery, you will find the one of a hawk from RAF Valley banking hard, leaving vapour trails and heat haze streaming from its wing tips. This is a picture that I have seen before and always stuck in my mind as a great shot.
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Kinda puts mine to shame :lol:

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cool shots, stunning detail....really impressive stuff there
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Oh, you mean his dont you?
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Oh, you mean his dont you?
That made me smile :lol: Thanks I needed that.
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