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A few photos from Friday.

Arbelino ex Turn 10, FP2

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Passini over Lukey Heights, FP2

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Alex Marquez into Lukey Heights, FP2

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Oliviera exits Siberia, Bagnaia trailing, FP2

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Pedrosa through Siberia, FP2

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Vinales
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Mike Jones, Smith, Petrucci through Siberia, FP2

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Bautista loses the front into Siberia, FP2

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Miller through Siberia, FP2

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Troy Bayliss leads Glenn Allerton through Siberia on the way to winning Superbike Race #1

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Those are sweet! Great camera work.

Cheers. Saturday & Sunday:

Oliviera through MG, FP3

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Petrucci through MG, FP3

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Smith loses the front through MG, FP3
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Marc Marquez through MG, FP3
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Dovizioso through MG, FP3
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Miller doubles Rins back after a breakdown, end of FP3
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Brad Binder into Southern Loop, Qualifying
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Iannone leads Rossi out of Southern Loop, FP4
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Miller leads Bautista into Turn 11, Morning warm up
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Iannone through Turn 11, morning warm up
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Podium - Vinales, Iannone, Dovizioso
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Equally great! Well done!

Aside from technique, you must have one nice bit of kit to get that kind of perfect exposure (and sharpness!) when you're using obviously super-fast shutter speeds and long focal lengths. I'm not jealous at all.... ;)
 

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Aside from technique, you must have one nice bit of kit to get that kind of perfect exposure (and sharpness!) when you're using obviously super-fast shutter speeds and long focal lengths.

Thanks. I'll skip the long version of the story. I'd been using a Panasonic Lumix digital (with a 12x zoom - 36-432 35mm equivalent) since late 2004 and came to the point when I needed to upgrade. I had been looking into Canon and Nikon FF, but I like to use the full zoom range of my camera when travelling and decided that carting around interchangeable lenses and constantly swapping between them would be a pita. I ended up buying the current version of my old camera - https://www.panasonic.com/au/consumer/lumix-cameras-video-cameras/lumix-digital-cameras/dmc-fz300.html



The photos above are all in the 500-600 range of the lens.
 
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