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Member Since 24 Jul 2010
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In Topic: Fendt Farmer 1D

Yesterday, 09:38 AM

Nice, Herman, I like the Cat! :)

In Topic: Fendt Farmer 1D

Yesterday, 09:38 AM

It would certainly beat Arts Mustang for ground clearance and traction in the snow :) :P :D :lol:



I change to Michelin ICE-X in the winter.  Bring on the competition, Peter! :lol:

In Topic: Umbrella Family

Yesterday, 09:37 AM

Hmmmmm, no idea.


The umbrella is casting too pink a color on the face for my taste.  I think you need a reflector below the image neutralizing the pink light from the top.


Otherwise, fine image.

In Topic: Nikon 800mm - Moon

Yesterday, 09:35 AM

Art, does this mean you'll be selling the vrrrmmm, vrrrmmm Mustang? LOL



You know, Herman, I considered selling off other things, like collections and things like that I have that have some value.  I just CANNOT justify this type of pricing.

The problem in TORONTO is no one appreciates good PHOTOGRAPHY much less willing to pay for it.  A selfie from an iPhone is now considered a standard, "professional-grade image" by most clowns.  I have barely made back gas money from attending the Race on the weekend.


I will post some images of the race.  You can judge as harshly as you like on the quality of the images, but believe it or not, most will no pay for their memories of participation in the Race!


Mind-blowing.  You have to get on a some lucrative assignment to make these purchases possible.

In Topic: Egret Z6 - 800mm

Yesterday, 09:32 AM

So.... how do you like the Z6?



Check out the FACEBOOK PlanetNikon Photographer.  I have a 12 page review, many of you have most likely already downloaded.  How do I like the Z6? LOVE IT!

It is a great camera.

It is a very well thought out system.

It performed well at the RACES!!!  

I am going to post a few motorcycle race pictures just to show you. 

The camera is very much like the D5, believe it or not.  Great images, very much comparable.  Shocking, however, is frame rate, focus attainability and how many really good sharp images I got from the camera.


It didn't matter if it was from my 200-400mm or the big bad boy 800mm.... the Z6 rocked it.